EDS - No Entry User Manual

EDS - No Entry User Manual
EDS - No Entry User Manual
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No Entry User Manual
Revision History
Version
Date
Author/Organization
Description
1.0
2012-11-27
Jon Pelster
First Draft
2.0
2013-06-27
Alex Crosland
Table correction for Disposition Number(s) – page
11
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Disclaimer
In this disclaimer provision:
“Crown” means Her Majesty the Queen in right of the Province of Alberta;
“Minister” means the Minister responsible of the Alberta Sustainable Resource Development;
“Their employees” means and includes each, any and every officer, employee, servant and agent of either
or both of the Crown and the Minister and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, and includes
employees of the Crown and the Minister employed in Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.
“EDS” means the Electronic Disposition System and all programs, hardware, documentation, functions
and services forming a part thereof or associate therewith.
The Crown, the Minister and their employees and the contractors and technical advisors of the aforesaid:
(a) Make no warranty or representation, whether expressed or implied, to any person with respect to
this material or documentation of EDS or as to the service, performance, quality, merchantability
or fitness of any part of the aforesaid for any purpose; and
(b) Shall not be liable for any action, damages or claims, whether occasioned by negligence or
otherwise, that any person, user, Subscriber or any employees of the aforesaid may hereafter
have, allege or become entitled to (including but not limited to any claim of third-party
contribution of indemnity, any economic or moral loss, or direct, immediate, special, indirect or
consequential damages which do, may, or are alleged to arise as a result of:
(i) The use of this material or documentation or EDS or any service connection therewith; or
(ii) Any error or omissions in data or any loss or partial loss of data or incomplete retrieval of
information, even if any or all of the Crown, the Minister or their employees were
advised of the possibility of such risk, action, claims or damages, including damages
sustained or actions brought by third parties and claims made against the Subscriber by
third parties.
The entire risk of loss relating to or associated with the quality and performance of EDS and any product
and results thereof shall be assumed by the Subscriber and by any other user of EDS.
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Table of Contents
1.0
EDS Overview .......................................................................... 5
1.1
Hours of Operation ........................................................................... 5
1.2
No Entry Use Restrictions ................................................................. 6
1.3
Upload Documents Requirements .................................................... 6
1.3.1
1.4
2.0
2.1
3.0
Documents .............................................................................................. 6
Relevant Links ................................................................................. 6
EDS Main Menu Page ................................................................ 7
Help .................................................................................................. 8
No Entry Module Screens ....................................................... 10
3.1
Disposition Maintenance Page ........................................................ 10
3.2
No Entry Front Page ........................................................................ 11
3.3
No Entry Associated Disposition Subpage ....................................... 12
3.3
No Entry Form................................................................................. 13
3.4
No Entry File Upload Page ............................................................... 15
3.5
No Entry Confirmation Page ............................................................ 16
3.6
No Entry Disclaimer Page ............................................................... 17
3.7
Successful No Entry Submission Screen .......................................... 18
4.0
System Support Contacts ....................................................... 18
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1.0
EDS Overview
EDS is an online service that allows clients to submit electronic transactions for surface dispositions
to ESRD. Presently EDS has six subsystems:
1. Public Land Disposition Applications & Amendments (EFR Submission)
This selection will enable you to submit applications or amendments for dispositions on public
lands for EZE, LOC, MSL, PLA, PIL, REA SML & VCE purposes.
2. Disposition Maintenance
This selection will enable you to submit Site Entry notifications, SML Annual Returns, to edit a
list of other allowed clients that manage your data and to submit No Entry Notifications.
3. Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions
This selection will enable you to submit application for Reclamation Certificate on Public Land.
4. Public Lands Disposition Enhanced Approval Process (EAP)
All applications for upstream oil and gas activities, (excluding in-situ oils sands production and
oil sands mines operations) for the disposition types MSL, LOC, PLA, and PIL must be
submitted through the "Public Land Disposition Enhanced Approval Process" menu item 4,
effective September 1st, 2010.
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

Any disposition applications that are outside of the scope of the "Public Land Disposition
Enhanced Approval" menu item 4 must be submitted through the "Public Land Disposition
Application & Amendments" menu item 1, or "Disposition Maintenance" menu item 2, as
appropriate.
Any disposition application submissions that are in scope of the "Public Land Disposition
Enhanced Approval" menu item 4, and submitted through any other selections will be rejected.
Any disposition applications submitted through the "Public Land Disposition Enhanced Approval"
menu item 4 that are outside of the defined scope will be rejected.
5. First Nations Consultation Submissions
This selection will enable you to submit requests and updates for a First Nation Consultation
Assessment
6. Application/Amendment Status Check Request
This selection will enable you to send a request for the status of application/amendment. This
must be used to request a status of an application processed by the Industrial, Oil and Gas
Applications Unit.
For details about each of the subsystems please review the individual User Manual.
Applications and self reporting that are accepted by EDS are uploading into the Geographic Land
Information Management Planning System (GLIMPS) and EDS will email the client a copy of the
transaction. EDS will also notify the appropriate business area that transaction has been submitted for
processing.
EDS will allow clients to submit applications and amendments during extended hours. It will also provide
validation of selected data fields at the client workstation thereby assisting the client to minimize the
opportunity for errors on the submission.
1.1
Hours of Operation
EDS Support help desk is available Monday to Friday 8:15 am to 4:30 pm except statutory
holidays. The system is available from 6:30 am to 10:00 pm everyday.
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1.2
No Entry Use Restrictions
 Allowable disposition types for No Entry submissions are MSL, LOC, PIL, PLA,
EZE, VCE and REA
 One No Entry for each disposition only.
 Clients and stakeholders involved must be active and registered in LSAS
1.3
Upload Documents Requirements
1.3.1 Documents
All documents submitted to the department other than the plan submission package must be in a
portable document format (.PDF). Documents that require imaging must be scanned to the
following standard and converted into a .PDF format for submission.
Black & white
300 dpi
Colour
150 dpi
File names must not contain spaces. Use of special characters such as *, -, (, ), @, % or $ are not
allowed.
1.4
Relevant Links
EXTERN ADS User Name & Password Maintenance:
https://extern.wln.gov.ab.ca/help/User_Name_Maint.asp?a=SA
The link above is where to activate Securexnet accounts and change/reset Securexnet passwords.
SecureXNET EDS https://securexnet.env.gov.ab.ca/eds_login.html
The link above is where to access EDS through Securexnet.
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2.0
EDS Main Menu Page
After successfully signing on, Industry Clients will be presented with a menu that offers six service
options. The service options are:

Public Land Disposition Applications & Amendments
o
o
o
o
o
o

Create applications
Amend dispositions
Amend two associated dispositions
Amend One of two associated dispositions
Amend an existing disposition and create a new associated disposition
Plan package submission for paper applications and amendments
Disposition Maintenance
o Site Entry Submissions
o SML Annual Return
o Allowed Client Edit
o No Entry Submissions
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
Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions
o
Submit an application for a reclamation certificate

Public Lands Disposition Enhanced Approval

o Create applications
o Create two associated dispositions
o Amend dispositions
o Amend two associated dispositions
o Submit final plan dispositions
o Submit two associated final plan dispositions
First Nations Consultation Submissions
o Create a request for First Nation Assessment
o Respond to a Pre-Consultation Assessment
o View completed assessments
o Cancel a FNC site
o Cancel a FNC case
Application/Amendment Status Check Request

Note: The status check does not send e-mail notification to the user processing the
request.
o
Allows user to send a status request for an application/amendment that has been
processed by the Industrial, Oil and Gas Applications Unit
2.1 Help
The three Help functions, located at the top of the page, are “Contact Us”, “EDS Website” and
“Help”. By selecting ‘Contact Us’ will generate an email to [email protected] where
you can indicate any questions or comments.
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Selection ‘EDS Website’ will forward you to the EDS website where you can browse
information available.
Clicking ‘Help’ will take you to the online EDS manual.
The Online Help will show a number of topics are displayed.
To print any topic right click your mouse and select ‘print’.
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No Entry Module Screens
A site is considered undisturbed and thus the term “no entry” applies, when the maximum level of
disturbance is surveying and no further site prep has been completed. For example, in the case of a
wellsite, if the lease is prepared but not drilled this disposition has been entered and must go through the
Reclamation Certificate process.
3.1
Disposition Maintenance Page
The No Entry module can be found under the EDS Main Menu option # 2, Disposition Maintenance. You
must obtain an EDS account and be granted the proper permission in order to access this module.
Should you require an account, go to srd.alberta.ca and search for the “EDS, LAT & PCS User ID Request
Form” and send the completed copy to [email protected]
To submit a No Entry notification:
NOTE: Allowable disposition types for No Entry submissions are MSL, LOC, PIL, PLA, EZE,
VCE and REA
1. Select option # 2, Disposition Maintenance, from the EDS Main Menu.
2. Select option # 4, No Entry Submissions, from the Disposition Maintenance menu.
The screen is displayed below.
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3.2
No Entry Front Page
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Applicant ClientID:
M
A valid ClientID must be entered
Disposition Number(s)
M
A valid disposition number must be entered reflecting the
current Client ID. A maximum of seven associated
dispositions can be applied for per transaction.
Unassociated dispositions require separate transactions per
activity.
Cancel
BUTTON
Clicking this button will cancel the service and return to
Disposition Maintenance menu
Next
BUTTON
Clicking this button will trigger a validation THAT THE
DISPOSITION NUMBER(S) AND CLIENTID NUMBER
AGREE
Legend:
M: Mandatory field
O: Optional field
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3.3
No Entry Associated Disposition Subpage
If your disposition is associated and you are applying for No Entry for only one of the two
dispositions, the No Entry Associated Disposition subpage will prompt you to enter in a reason for
not applying for No Entry for the associated disposition. If this does not apply, EDS will skip this
page and bring you to the No Entry form.
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties Remarks
Slot
DISPLAY The slot refers to the row number of the associated
dispositions
Activity
DISPLAY This is the activity for which you are applying for No Entry
Associated
DISPLAY This is the disposition associated with the disposition for
which a No Entry is being applied for
Reason for Lack of No
Entry for Associated
Disposition
M
Text field where user must input the reason they are not
applying for a No Entry on the associated disposition. The
maximum amount of characters for this field is 500.
Back
BUTTON
Clicking this button will show the previous page for
corrections
Cancel
BUTTON
Clicking this button will cancel the service and return to
Disposition Maintenance menu
BUTTON
Clicking this button will trigger a validation THAT TEXT
HAS BEEN ENTERED IN THE REASON FOR LACK
OF NO ENTRY FOR ASSOCIATED DISPOSITION field
Next
Legend:
M: Mandatory field
O: Optional field
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No Entry Form
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Contact
DISPLAY
This is the name of the contact person applying for the No Entry
Company
DISPLAY
This is the name of the company applying for the No Entry
Address
DISPLAY
This is the street address of the Contact company.
City
DISPLAY
This is the city associated with the address of the Contact
company.
Province
DISPLAY
This is the province associated with the address of the Contact
company.
Postal Code
DISPLAY
This is the postal code associated with the address of the
Contact company
Country
DISPLAY
This is the country associated with the address of the Contact
company
Email Address
M
This is the email address of the contact person applying for the
No Entry
Phone Number
M
This is the phone number of the contact person applying for the
No Entry
Contact Details
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Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Fax Number
O
This is the fax number of the contact person applying for the No
Entry
Applicant
DISPLAY
This is the Disposition holder
ClientID
DISPLAY
This is the Client ID of the Applicant
Address
DISPLAY
This is the street address of the Applicant
City
DISPLAY
This is the city associated with the address of the Applicant
Province/State
DISPLAY
This is the province or state associated with the address of the
Applicant
Postal/Zip
DISPLAY
This is the postal or zip code associated with the address of the
Applicant
Country
DISPLAY
This is the country associated with the address of the Applicant
Qtr
M
Quarter section that constitutes an ATS land parcel for which
the No Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you are
entering in lands in the Plan/Block/Lot section. Only one key
land is required.
Sec
M
Section that constitutes an ATS land parcel for which the No
Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you are entering in
lands in the Plan/Block/Lot section. Only one key land is
required.
Twp
M
Township that constitutes an ATS land parcel for which the No
Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you are entering in
lands in the Plan/Block/Lot section. Only one key land is
required.
Rge
M
Range that constitutes an ATS land parcel for which the No
Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you are entering in
lands in the Plan/Block/Lot section. Only one key land is
required.
Mer
M
Meridian that constitutes an ATS land parcel for which the No
Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you are entering in
lands in the Plan/Block/Lot section. Only one key land is
required.
Plan
M
Name of subdivision plan that constitutes a PBL land parcel for
which the No Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you
are entering in lands in the ATS section. Only one key land is
required.
Block
M
Name of block that constitutes a PBL land parcel for which the
No Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you are entering
in lands in the ATS section. Only one key land is required.
Lot
M
Lot number that constitutes a PBL land parcel for which the No
Entry application applies. Not mandatory if you are entering in
lands in the ATS section. Only one key land is required.
Parcel
M
Parcel that constitutes a PBL land parcel for which the No Entry
application applies. Not mandatory if you are entering in lands
Applicant Details
Key Land
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Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
in the ATS section. Only one key land is required.
Date of Site Visit
M
This is the date that the disposition site was inspected. The date
cannot be in the future and must be at most six months prior to
the date of application for No Entry
Remarks
O
Free format text for any additional comments to be made. The
maximum amount of characters for this field is 500.
Cancel
BUTTON
Clicking this button will cancel the service and returns to the
Disposition Maintenance menu.
Back
BUTTON
Clicking this button triggers a return to the previous screen.
Next
BUTTON
Clicking this button will trigger a validation of the No Entry
form. If valid, the No Entry File Upload page will be displayed.
If not valid, an error screen will be displayed.
Legend:
M: Mandatory field
O: Optional field
3.4
No Entry File Upload Page
The following attachments are required as part of your application:
Crown plat – Ensure the disposition number on the crown plat and on the No Entry request form
match. Ensure no holdings are left dead ending with the pending cancellation of the wellsite or
roadway.
Aerial Imagery OR Site Visit Photos – The aerial imagery of site photos must be taken AFTER the
signed date of the Letter of Authority and within six months of this request. Also, the date and site
location must be marked on the photo.
Note: No Entry Plan is not a required part of the application.
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The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Row Number
DISPLAY
This refers to the row number of the uploaded files
Browse
BUTTON
Clicking this button will invoke a dialogue to locate and select
the required file.
Document Type
DROP
DOWN
LIST
Allows you to choose what kind of document type to upload.
User can chose between Photos, TWP Plat or No Entry Plan.
Only Photos and TWP Plat are mandatory.
Add Row
BUTTON
Clicking this button will add extra rows in the case that you
have more photos, TWP plats or No Entry plans need to be
uploaded
Cancel
BUTTON
Clicking this button will cancel the service and returns to the
Disposition Maintenance menu.
Back
BUTTON
Clicking this button triggers a return to the previous screen.
Next
BUTTON
Clicking this button will trigger a validation of the uploaded
pdfs. In the event that errors are detected, a screen listing all
errors will be presented. If no errors are detected, the
confirmation screen will be displayed
3.5
No Entry Confirmation Page
This is an opportunity to confirm the information you provided. Select the “Back” button to correct
any information. Pressing “Cancel” will cancel the submission and route the applicant back to the
Disposition Maintenance menu. Pressing the “Next” button will will take you to the disclaimer page.
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Cancel
BUTTON
Clicking this button will cancel the service and returns to the
Disposition Maintenance menu.
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Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Back
BUTTON
Clicking this button triggers a return to the previous screen.
Next
BUTTON
Clicking this button take you to the Disclaimer page
3.6
No Entry Disclaimer Page
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Back
BUTTON
Clicking this button triggers a return to the previous screen.
I Agree
BUTTON
Clicking this button means you agree to the terms as set out in
the disclaimer and will submit your No Entry application.
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Successful No Entry Submission Screen
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Remarks
Done
BUTTON
Clicking this button triggers a return to the Disposition
Maintenance menu
When the submission is successful, the EDS will:
 Send an email message to the applicant which includes a pdf of the form you filled out
(see Appendix A and B)
Should you fail to receive an email after successful submission of No Entry the applicant can contact
the Business Operations Unit at 780.427.3570 or via email at [email protected]
4.0
System Support Contacts
If there are any problems with the SecureXNET login contact the GoA help at (780) 427-3570 and
follow the prompts.
EDS Support Team
Phone enquiries regarding login accounts/passwords or system problems should be directed to:
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Email: [email protected]
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Phone: (780) 427-3570
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Appendix - A - Confirmation Email
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Appendix - B - No Entry Application Form
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