Lobbying Activity Report

1123-20340

Organization: ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp.
Associated registration: 8003-1123-28
Lobbying Activity date: 2022-07-29
Arranged a meeting: No
Posted date: 2022-08-15

In-house lobbyists who participated in the lobbying activity: Kimberly Iverson Footnote1
Rickie-Lee Doyle Footnote1
Senior Public Office Holders who were lobbied in this activity: Sean Curry, Vice President of Authorizations
Oil and Gas Commission

Patrick Smook, Executive Director
Oil and Gas Commission
 
Subject Matter of the Lobbying Activity
Specific Topics of Lobbying Communications Intended Outcomes Associated Subject Matters
Seeking to arrange meetings with the B.C. government regarding Indigenous policy development to advocate for clarity, consistency and enhanced quality for Indigenous consultation and engagement and the implementation of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA). To engage in discussions with government regarding Environmental Assessment (EA) revitalization and Regional Assessment (RA) regulations to clarify the intent and to advocate for a fair, effective and efficient EA process and regulations that are consistent, timely, clear and predicable.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
  • Awarding, amendment or termination of any contract, grant or financial benefit by or on behalf of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Energy, Environment, Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
Seeking to arrange meetings with the B.C. government to advocate for fair, transparent, coordinated and cost-effective policy development that provides greater efficiency, predictability and certainty for resource development. Collaborate with industry partners and other stakeholders to support the development of pragmatic evidence-based policy in order to protect and enable access to resources. The focus of this specific advocacy will be around cumulative effects under the Regional Strategic Environmental Assessment (RSEA), Fort St. John Land Use Planning and Regional Assessment Policy Development, Species at Risk, Wildlife Habitat Management.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Energy, Environment, Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
 
Senior officer who filed this Lobbying Activity Report: Bijan Agarwal
 
The above name is that of the most senior paid officer who is responsible for filing a Lobbying Activity Report for the organization (the Designated Filer), whether that person participated in this lobbying activity or not.
 
  1. Footnote1  Indicates new information that was added through a Lobbying Activity Report.

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