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Following the passage of Bill 37, exciting changes are coming, including a new name and expanded mandate! In addition to our current responsibilities with respect to oil, gas and geothermal development, we will soon become the single-window regulator for the production of hydrogen, ammonia and methanol; have an expanded role in carbon capture and storage, and we will be known as the BC Energy Regulator. For more info:

KERMIT manages the operational lifecycle of pipelines and facilities including operational compliance and decommissioning. KERMIT also enables industry users to look up legacy applications, find permits, submit notices and submit incidents.

KERMIT gives you access to the following information:

  • Well Data
  • Post Permit Actions
  • Compliance and Enforcement
  • Projects and Sites



KERMIT User Guide

This document guides users through the KERMIT submission preparation; the Commission’s electronic notices submitted through KERMIT, and is a quick reference guide to highlight the steps required when completing information in KERMIT.


Pipeline Invoice Reconciliation

Users with the required permissions can access the new portal via the ‘Project & Sites’ tab within KERMIT. The new heading ‘Annual Pipeline Invoicing’ now appears on the screen, along with a ‘Reconcile Invoices’ link.


Company Administrator Guide

This document will guide you through the roles and responsibilities of a Company Administrator in KERMIT.


Fracture Fluid Disclosure Manual

The Province of British Columbia has committed to the disclosure of hydraulic fracture fluid ingredients and this manual will take you through the step-by-step process to successfully upload your data.

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