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Extension Project Agreement. In this Deed, except to the extent a term is defined in clause 1.2 or otherwise expressed to the contrary, capitalised terms have the meaning given in the Extension Project Agreement.
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Extension Project Agreement. Subject to clause 1.1, words or expressions which are not defined in this Deed or the Extension Infrastructure Sub-Lease but which are defined in the Extension Project Agreement have the meaning given in the Extension Project Agreement.

Related to Extension Project Agreement

  • Project Agreement The Parties hereto have signed the Project Agreement, in counterpart, on the dates indicated below. Original Signed by_ _2010-02-10 Xxxxxx Xxxxx Date Deputy Minister Natural Resources Canada Original Signed by_ _2010-02-15 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx Date President Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Original Signed by_ _2010-02-15 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Date Deputy Minister Fisheries and Oceans Canada Original Signed by_ _2010-02-15 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx Date Deputy Minister Transport Canada Original Signed by_ _2010-02-12 Xxxx Xxxxxx Date Deputy Minister Environment Canada Original Signed by_ _2010-02-16 Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Date Deputy Minister Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Annexes Annex I Xxxxx Chart: Target Timelines for the Federal Review of the Project Xxxxx XX Key Milestones and Service Standards for the Environmental Assessment and Aboriginal Engagement and Consultation Xxxxx XXX Aboriginal Engagement and Consultation Approach Roles and Responsibilities Annex IV Fisheries and Oceans Canada: Roles, Responsibilities, Key Milestones and Service Standards Annex V Transport Canada: Roles, Responsibilities, Key Milestones and Service Standards Annex VI Environment Canada: Roles, Responsibilities, Key Milestones and Service Standards Xxxxx XXX Other Departments and Agencies: Roles and Responsibilities Annex I Xxxxx Chart: Target Timelines for the Federal Review of the Project Xxxxx XX Key Milestones and Service Standards for the Environmental Assessment and Aboriginal Engagement and Consultation Description/Activity Lead Support As Needed Service Standard/ Completion Date Post the Notice of Commencement (NoC) on the CEARIS TC RAs, CEA Agency Completed - May 21, 2009 Post the revised NoC on the CEARIS TC RAs, CEA Agency Completed – December 18, 2009 Notify Aboriginal groups that a federal EA is required CEA Agency Completed – June 2, 2009 Announce availability of Aboriginal participant funding (Phase 1) CEA Agency Completed - December 9, 2009 Aboriginal engagement on the proposed scope CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Completed - December 9, 2009 Award Aboriginal participant funding (Phase 1) CEA Agency Completed – April 27, 2010 Post the revised NoC on the CEARIS CEA Agency Completed – July 19, 2010 Post notice of Public comment period CEA Agency Completed – July 19, 2010 Public Comment Period on EA and conduct of the comprehensive study CEA Agency 30 days from the receipt of additional information from the Proponent Tracking/tabulating of public comments CEA Agency 2 weeks after the public comment period Announce availability of regular and Aboriginal participant funding under the Aboriginal Funding Envelope (Phase II) CEA Agency Within a week after posting Funding Review Committee AFE Phase I decision statement Award regular and Aboriginal participant funding (Phase II) CEA Agency No later than the submission of an acceptable draft EIS Provide the EIS Guidelines (Terms-of-Reference) to the Proponent CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 8 weeks from the end of the Public Comment Period Submit the draft EIS Proponent To be determined by the Proponent Submit Applications for Federal permits and regulatory approvals Proponent No later than the time of the submission of the EIS Federal review of the draft EIS CEA RAs, Expert Within 8 weeks from Description/Activity Lead Support As Needed Service Standard/ Completion Date Agency FAs submission of the draft EIS Notify public and Aboriginal groups of comment period on the draft EIS CEA Agency Within 2 weeks from submission of the draft EIS Public comment period on the Draft EIS CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs 6 weeks, following notification of the comment period Aboriginal engagement on the draft EIS CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs 6 weeks, following notification of the comment period Provide comments to the Proponent on the draft EIS CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 1 week of closure of public comment period Submit the revised EIS Proponent To be determined by the Proponent Federal review of the revised EIS CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 4 weeks from submission of the draft EIS Provide comments to the Proponent on the revised EIS CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 1 week from completion of the fedeal review of the revised EIS Submit final changes to the revised EIS Proponent To be determined by the Proponent Prepare draft Comprehensive Study Report (CSR) and circulate for federal review CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 6 weeks of the receipt of the final EIS Review and provide comments on the revised CSR to the CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 3 weeks from the circulation of the draft CSR Aboriginal engagement on the revised CSR CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Concurrent with federal review of the draft CSR Prepare the revised CSR and circulate for federal review CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 2 weeks from the submission of comments on the draft CSR Provide federal comments on revised CSR RAs, expert FAs Within 3 weeks of receipt of the revised CSR Finalise the CSR CEA Agency Within 2 weeks of receipt of comments on the revised CSR Translate the final CSR CEA Agency Within 8 weeks from the review of the final CSR Submit the final CSR to the Minister of the Environment CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Within 1 week from receiving the translated final CSR Post the final CSR for public CEA Within 2 weeks from Description/Activity Lead Support As Needed Service Standard/ Completion Date and Aboriginal comment on the CEARIS Agency receiving the translated final CSR Aboriginal engagement and consultation on the final CSR CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs 2 weeks prior to the posting of the final CSR on the CEARIS Public comment period on the final CSR CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs 4 weeks, starting from the posting of the final CSR Post the Notice of the Minister of the Environment's EA Decision Statement on the CEARIS CEA Agency Within 10 weeks from the close of the comment period on the final CSR Post the analysis of public and Aboriginal comments on the final CSR on the CEARIS CEA Agency RAs, expert FAs Concurrent with the posting of the Notice of the Minister of the Environment's EA Decision Statement Post the course of action decisions on the CEARIS RAs CEA Agency Within 3 weeks from the Minister's EA Decision Xxxxx XXX Aboriginal Engagement and Consultation Approach and Roles and Responsibilities

  • Project Agreements Provided that where the company commences work on a project where a site agreement exists to which the company is contractually obligated or where a site agreement exists between the union and the client or their agent that provides for higher rates of pay and conditions, the conditions contained in any such site agreement will take precedence over this Agreement for the duration of the project.

  • Extension; Waiver At any time prior to the Effective Time, the parties hereto, by action taken or authorized by their respective Board of Directors, may, to the extent legally allowed, (a) extend the time for the performance of any of the obligations or other acts of the other parties hereto, (b) waive any inaccuracies in the representations and warranties contained herein or in any document delivered pursuant hereto and (c) waive compliance with any of the agreements or conditions contained herein. Any agreement on the part of a party hereto to any such extension or waiver shall be valid only if set forth in a written instrument signed on behalf of such party.

  • Interim Extension Amendment a. Prior to or on the expiration date of this Contract, the Parties agree that this Contract can be extended as provided under this Section.

  • Project contract 1. For each approved project a project contract shall be concluded between the Programme Operator and the Project Promoter.

  • Project Documents In addition to any other pertinent and necessary Project documents, the following documents shall be used in the development of the Project:

  • Development Agreement As soon as reasonably practicable following the ISO’s selection of a transmission Generator Deactivation Solution, the ISO shall tender to the Developer that proposed the selected transmission Generator Deactivation Solution a draft Development Agreement, with draft appendices completed by the ISO to the extent practicable, for review and completion by the Developer. The draft Development Agreement shall be in the form of the ISO’s Commission-approved Development Agreement for its reliability planning process, which is in Appendix C in Section 31.7 of Attachment Y of the ISO OATT, as amended by the ISO to reflect the Generator Deactivation Process. The ISO and the Developer shall finalize the Development Agreement and appendices as soon as reasonably practicable after the ISO’s tendering of the draft Development Agreement. For purposes of finalizing the Development Agreement, the ISO and Developer shall develop the description and dates for the milestones necessary to develop and construct the selected project by the required in-service date identified in the Generator Deactivation Assessment, including the milestones for obtaining all necessary authorizations. Any milestone that requires action by a Connecting Transmission Owner or Affected System Operator identified pursuant to Attachment P of the ISO OATT to complete must be included as an Advisory Milestone, as that term is defined in the Development Agreement. If the ISO or the Developer determines that negotiations are at an impasse, the ISO may file the Development Agreement in unexecuted form with the Commission on its own, or following the Developer’s request in writing that the agreement be filed unexecuted. If the Development Agreement is executed by both parties, the ISO shall file the agreement with the Commission for its acceptance within ten (10) Business Days after the execution of the Development Agreement by both parties. If the Developer requests that the Development Agreement be filed unexecuted, the ISO shall file the agreement at the Commission within ten (10) Business Days of receipt of the request from the Developer. The ISO will draft, to the extent practicable, the portions of the Development Agreement and appendices that are in dispute and will provide an explanation to the Commission of any matters as to which the parties disagree. The Developer will provide in a separate filing any comments that it has on the unexecuted agreement, including any alternative positions it may have with respect to the disputed provisions. Upon the ISO’s and the Developer’s execution of the Development Agreement or the ISO’s filing of an unexecuted Development Agreement with the Commission, the ISO and the Developer shall perform their respective obligations in accordance with the terms of the Development Agreement that are not in dispute, subject to modification by the Commission. The Connecting Transmission Owner(s) and Affected System Operator(s) that are identified in Attachment P of the ISO OATT in connection with the selected transmission Generator Deactivation Solution shall act in good faith in timely performing their obligations that are required for the Developer to satisfy its obligations under the Development Agreement.

  • Project Documentation All documentation provided to the City other than Project drawings shall be furnished on a Microsoft compatible compact disc.

  • Amendment; Extension; Waiver At any time prior to the Merger Effective Time, the Parties may, to the extent permitted under applicable Law and except as otherwise set forth herein, (a) amend any provision of this Agreement, (b) extend the time for the performance of any of the obligations or other acts of the other Parties, (c) waive any inaccuracies in the representations and warranties of the other Party contained in this Agreement or in any document delivered pursuant to this Agreement or (d) waive compliance with any of the agreements or conditions contained in this Agreement. Any such amendment of this Agreement shall be valid only if specifically set forth in an instrument in writing signed on behalf of all Parties. Any such grant by a Party of an extension or waiver in respect of any provision of this Agreement shall be valid only if specifically set forth in an instrument in writing by such Party. The failure of any Party to this Agreement to assert any of its rights under this Agreement or otherwise shall not constitute a waiver of those rights. The rights and remedies herein provided shall be cumulative and not exclusive of any rights or remedies provided by Law, except to the extent expressly provided otherwise in Section 9.3 (Fees and Expenses).

  • Construction Contract Documents The Construction Contract Documents shall consist of the plans and specifications prepared by the Engineer, and any addenda and change orders thereto, and the Owner-Contractor Agreement, all of which shall be compatible and consistent with this Agreement.