The Specified Gas Reporting Regulation first came into effect in 2004, and requires facilities that emit 10,000 tonnes or more of specified gases to submit annual reports on their emissions. The Specified Gas Reporting Regulation is available
through the Alberta Queen’s Printer online catalogue.
The Specified Gas Reporting Standard details who is required to report specified gas emissions and how the information is collected. Facilities that are subject to reporting requirements under the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation must
follow the requirements set out in the Specified Gas Reporting Standard.
Facilities subject to the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation report their emissions through a Single Window Information Management (SWIM) system administered by Environment & Climate Change Canada.
Alberta Environment and Parks, Climate Change Office uses the reported information to inform policy development, analysis and for reporting purposes.
Documents for 30-day Comment
Prior to approval, all draft guidance documents are posted for a 30-day public review and comment period.
To comment on a document:
- Review each document
- Make your comments for each document using the comments form provided
- When you have finished making comments, save the comments form to your desktop
- Forward your completed comments form to:
Draft Quantification Methodologies for the Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation and the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation
Draft Specified Gas Reporting Standard
Specified Gas Reporting Mailing List
This automatic email system distributes information pertaining to the Specified Gas Reporting program to subscribers. This list and the department’s website are the primary sources of information and updates on mandatory greenhouse gas
For the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation Annual Reports and Data, see:
For more information, please contact:
- Tel: 780-427-5200 (for toll free access anywhere in Alberta, first dial 310-0000)
- Email: AEP.GHG@gov.ab.ca
Updated: Jan 8, 2018