Terms & Conditions of Service

Culvert A structure made from pipe, concrete or other material(s) and is installed to allow water to flow under a road, railroad, trail, or similar obstruction, from one side to the other. Considerations: • Appropriate offsets should be considered to reduce future impacts on Culvert cleaning and maintenance. • Culverts within 1.5 metres of natural gas pipeline may be damaged, or have to be removed, at the owner’s expense, if access is required to maintain the natural gas facilities. Allowed under the following conditions: 1) Culverts with outlets located at a minimum offset of 1.5 metres (5 feet) from the SaskEnergy Pipeline. 2) Culverts with outlets located within 1.5 metres (5 feet) of a SaskEnergy Pipeline, if a permanent and effective erosion control system or structure is used and maintained, (e.g. concrete, rock , protective matting). 3) Culverts that cross at an angle greater than 45 degrees and maintain a minimum separation of 0.3 metres (1 foot) vertically between the SaskEnergy Pipeline and the Culvert. 4) Culverts parallel to a SaskEnergy Pipeline with an offset greater than 0.6 metres (2 feet) between the SaskEnergy Pipeline and the Culvert. 5) Hand Digging, or Hydro-Vac excavation, to any depth where depth of cover over the Pipeline and Pipeline Right of Way is maintained, or restored.

Prohibited: 1) Any Culvert that is not expressly allowed above is prohibited.

All distances are relative to the Pipeline and not the line locate markers (e.g. flag, stake or paint) and are deemed accurate if placed within one metre horizontal distance from the Pipeline. Visit www.saskenergy.com/planningadigproject

SaskEnergy Terms and Conditions of Service – Appendix F

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