273. The Government may revoke on any part of the territory it determines the right to explore for, the right to establish and the right to operate, in an area containing mineral substances forming part of the private domain, an underground reservoir for the storage of petroleum, natural gas or other hydrocarbons.
Where rights have been revoked, the Government may, subject to the conditions it determines, grant the right to explore for, the right to establish and the right to operate an underground reservoir. Such rights are immovable real rights and the Government may render any provision of this Act applicable to them.
1987, c. 64, s. 273; 1988, c. 9, s. 48.