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The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA). Canadian pipeline companies building a better energy future together. Suivez-nous en français à
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Learn how companies collaborate with first responders to ensure speedy action in the event of a spill:
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CEPA 20h
What can be made from one barrel of ? Check out this from showing the many everyday items produced using oil.
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Paving the way for market access for responsibly-produced Canadian products - read CEPA's statement on the approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion project:
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CEPA 21h
New blog post: How pipelines are prepared for deactivation
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CEPA Jun 19
Got questions about ? Check out our Q&A page for answers:
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CEPA Jun 18
The approval of Trans Mountain Expansion Project is the right decision for Canada. Read our full statement:
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CEPA Jun 18
Learn how operators engage with landowners and other stakeholders:
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CEPA Jun 18
It takes years to build a . Here's why:
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TC Energy Jun 17
It’s ! We value traditional knowledge and meaningful engagement with Indigenous groups. Read Gary’s story about representing his First Nations community in our Aboriginal Construction Participation Program.
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CEPA Jun 17
Learn how pipeline companies work to ensure integrity around water crossings:
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CEPA Jun 17
Learn how university research facilities are helping us move toward our goal of zero incidents:
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CEPA Jun 13
Think you can manage with oil and gas? Think again - here's a list of just a few of the everyday items made using petroleum products:
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CEPA Jun 13
Significant incidents on CEPA members’ pipelines have decreased 50% over past 5 years. Members do not compete on safety and are committed to continually improving their operations.
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CEPA Jun 13
Chris Bloomer speaking on the importance of continuous improvement beyond the midstream at .
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CEPA Jun 13
A company delivering sustainable energy choices? It's more common than you might think - here's an example:
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ChrisVarcoe Jun 13
Varcoe: Oilpatch warns new pipelines won't be built as fed gov turfs more than half of Bill C-69 amendments. “It's hard to see that anybody is going to step forward… & propose major new projects,” says Chris Bloomer of Energy Pipeline Assoc.
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CEPA Jun 12
Changes to Bill C-69 will limit future major pipeline development. Read our full statement.
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CEPA Jun 12
New blog post: Research driving continuous improvements in pipeline safety in Canada
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CEPA Jun 12
How are monitored for potential leaks? Learn about the technologies that monitor 24/7, even in remote areas:
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CEPA Jun 11
"How can we address climate change when we approve ?" Watch these short videos as Canadians discuss our shared energy future:
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