In late December 2004, the Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection provided West Coast Environmental Law (West Coast) with its Code of Practice Intentions Paper [Code of Practice for the Discharge of Produced Water from Coalbed Gas Operations] for comment.
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British Columbia is in the initial phase of coal bed methane (CBM) exploration and production. CBM production requires an operator to dewater coal seam aquifers to release the methane gas for capture.
The BC Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection has released a “Code of Practice Intentions Paper” – a summary of its proposed Code of Practice for the Discharge of Produced Water from Coalbed Gas Operations.