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Newfoundland Regulation 2000


NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 94/00

NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 94/00

Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro-Abitibi Consolidated Inc.
Exemption Order

under the
Electrical Power Control Act, 1994
and the
Public Utilities Act
(O.C. 2000-490 &
O.C. 2000-492)

(Filed October 31, 2000)

Under the authority of section 5.2 of the Electrical Power Control Act, 1994 and section 4.1 of the Public Utilities Act, the Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the following Order.

Dated at St. John’s, October 19, 2000.

John R. Cummings, Q.C.
Clerk of the Executive Council

ORDER

Analysis


        1.   Short title

        2.   Definition

        3.   Exemption


Short title

        1. This regulation may be cited as the Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro-Abitibi Consolidated Inc. Exemption Order.

Definition

        2. In this order, "Abitibi partner" includes any partner, co-venturer or ownership participant with Abitibi-Consolidated Inc.

Exemption

        3. (1) Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro is exempt from the application of the Electrical Power Control Act, 1994 and the Public Utilities Act for all aspects of its activities pertaining to the purchase from Abitibi-Consolidated Inc. or any partnership, joint venture or unincorporated co-ownership entity formed by Abitibi and any Abitibi partner of electrical power and energy from a 27 megawatt project at Grand Falls and a 4 megawatt upgrading at Bishop’s Falls.

             (2)  The activities referred to in subsection (1) include

             (a)  planning and engineering new electrical power and energy generation and supply;

             (b)  negotiating and executing all contracts necessary or incidental to any activity described in this exemption; and

             (c)  acquiring and paying from its operating account, to be recovered through its rates, all amounts to be paid for the supply of this electrical power and energy under those contracts.