Disposition Spatial Processing Tool

The department has retired the township mylar maps used for outlining dispositions on provincial crown land and has implemented a new digital information version of maps.

The department requires a spatial version of the surface activities as they come in for processing. The spatial version of the surface activities will be shared with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER).

Disposition Spatial Processing Tool (DSPT)

The official launch of DSPT is October 31, 2013 to view the Provisional Layer, Digital Integrated Dispositions (DIDs) and other background data layers by the public.

  • The plan package is submitted as part of an application or amendment to Electronic Disposition System (EDS) will be loaded into the Provisional Layer real-time
  • The public will be able to view the dispositions using DIDs and the provisional layer using the new DSPT
  • The spatial layers will also be used by the Lands Disposition Branch for conducting the Technical Review of Submissions

The public will be able to navigate to an area of interest and create, view and print PDF maps.

  • An activity can be located by selecting the ATS Search button and entering one of the lands where the activity is located. You may have to zoom out to see the whole activity.

The official launch of DSPT is October 31, 2013 and we welcome your feedback at EDS.Support@gov.ab.ca.

Help Desk support hours are between 8:15 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. The application may not be available during normal maintenance windows:

  • Daily: 4:00-4:05 am
  • Sundays: 9pm to 4:05am

For further details regarding DSPT, see:

 

Page Information

Updated: Nov 14, 2016