National Energy Board – 2017–18 Departmental Results Report – Supplementary information

Corporate information

Organizational profile

Appropriate minister: Amarjeet Sohi

Institutional head: C. Peter Watson, P.Eng., FCAE

Ministerial portfolio: Natural Resources

Enabling instrument[s]: National Energy Board Act (NEB Act)

Year of incorporation / commencement: 1959

Other:

Headquarters

Calgary, Alberta

Regional Offices

Montréal, Québec}
Vancouver, British Columbia
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Reporting framework

The NEB’s Departmental Results Framework and Program Inventory of record for 2017–18 are shown below.

Departmental Results Framework and Program Inventory

Graphic description
Reporting framework
Departmental Results Framework Core Responsibility 1:
Energy Adjudication
Core Responsibility 2:
Safety and Environment Oversight
Core Responsibility 3:
Energy Information
Core Responsibility 4:
Engagement
Internal Services
Departmental Result: Energy Adjudication processes are fair. Indicator: Percentage of adjudication decisions overturned on judicial appeal related to procedural fairness. Departmental Result: Harm to people or the environment, throughout the lifecycle of energy-related activities, is prevented. Indicator: Number of incidents related to National Energy Board-regulated infrastructure that harm people or the environment. Departmental Result: Canadians access and use energy information for knowledge, research or decision-making. Indicator: Number of times the energy information is accessed. Departmental Result: Stakeholders and Indigenous Peoples share their perspectives and provide feedback regarding the National Energy Board mandate and role. Indicator: Number of participants in National Energy Board engagement programs.
Departmental Result: Energy Adjudication processes are timely. Indicator: Percentage of adjudication decisions and recommen- dations that are made within legislated time limits and service standards. Indicator: Percentage change of specific incident types on National Energy Board-regulated infrastructure. Indicator: Percentage of surveyed web users who agree that energy information is useful for knowledge, research or decision-making. Departmental Result: National Energy Board engagement activities with stakeholders and Indigenous Peoples are meaningful. Indicator: Percentage of surveyed stakeholders who engaged with the National Energy Board who indicate that the engagement was meaningful.
Departmental Result: Energy Adjudication processes are transparent. Indicator: Percentage of surveyed participants who indicate that adjudication processes are transparent. Indicator: Percentage change of near misses on National Energy Board-regulated infrastructure. Departmental Result: Canadians have access to community-specific National Energy Board-regulated infrastructure information. Indicator: Increased information specific to National Energy Board-regulated infrastructure in communities. Indicator: Percentage of surveyed Indigenous Peoples who engaged with the National Energy Board who indicate that the gagement was meaningful.
Departmental Result: Energy Adjudication processes are accessible. Indicator: Percentage of surveyed participant funding recipients who agree that participant funding enabled their participation in an adjudication process. Departmental Result: Canadians have opportunities to collaborate and provide feedback on National Energy oard information products. Indicator: Number of opportunities that Canadians have to collaborate and provide feedback on energy information products.
Program Inventory Program: Infrastructure, Tolls and Export Applications Program: Company Performance Program: Energy System Information Program: Stakeholder Engagement  
Program: Participant Funding Program: Management System and Industry Performance Program: Pipeline Information Program: Indigenous Engagement
Program: Emergency Management
Program: Regulatory Framework
Concordance between the Departmental Results Framework and the Program Inventory, 2017–18, and the Program Alignment Architecture, 2016–17
2017–18
Core Responsibilities
and Program Inventory

2016–17
Lowest-level program of
the Program Alignment Architecture

Percentage of lowest-level
Program Alignment Architecture program (dollars)
corresponding to the Program in the Program Inventory

Core Responsibility 1: Energy Adjudication

1.1 Infrastructure, Tolls and Export Applications

1.1.1 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Implementation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement

44%

1.2 Participant Funding

1.1.2 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Implementation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement

12%

Core Responsibility 2: Safety and Environment Oversight

2.1 Company Performance

1.1.2 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Implementation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement

29%

2.2 Management System and Industry Performance

1.1.2 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Implementation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement

7%

2.3 Emergency Management

1.1.2 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Implementation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement

3%

Program 2.4 Regulatory Framework

1.1.1 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Development

100%

Core Responsibility 3: Energy Information

Program 3.1: Energy System Information

1.2 Program: Energy Information

82%

Program 3.2: Pipeline Information

1.2 Program: Energy Information

18%

Core Responsibility 4: Engagement

Program 4.1:
Stakeholder Engagement

1.1.2 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Implementation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement

3%

Program 4.2:
Indigenous Engagement

1.1.2 Sub-Program: Energy Regulation Implementation, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement

2%

Internal Services

Internal Services

100%

Supporting information on the Program Inventory

Financial, human resources and performance information for the NEB’s Program Inventory is available in the GC InfoBase.

Supplementary information tables

The following supplementary information tables are available on the National Energy Board’s website:

Federal tax expenditures

The tax system can be used to achieve public policy objectives through the application of special measures such as low tax rates, exemptions, deductions, deferrals and credits. The Department of Finance Canada publishes cost estimates and projections for these measures each year in the Report on Federal Tax Expenditures. This report also provides detailed background information on tax expenditures, including descriptions, objectives, historical information and references to related federal spending programs. The tax measures presented in this report are the responsibility of the Minister of Finance.

Organizational contact information

Organizational contact information
Headquarters
Calgary
Suite 210, 517 Tenth Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta
T2R 0A8
Office: 403-292-4800
Toll free: 1-800-899-1265
Regional
Montréal
505 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West,
Suite 230, Montréal Québec
H3A 3C2
Office: 514-283-3114
Cell: 514-240-0469
Regional
Vancouver
800 Burrard Street
Room 219,
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6Z 0B9
Office: 604-666-3975
Cell: 604-360-5094
Regional
Yellowknife
5101 50th Avenue
Suite 115, P.O. Box 2213
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
X1A 2P7
Office: 867-766-8408
Fax: 867-766-8410
Fax: 403-292-5503
Toll free: 1-877-288-8803
Website
Email: info@cer-rec.gc.ca
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