Read the latest media statements from our president & CEO

The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) is pleased with the National Energy Board’s (NEB’s) order declaring that Trans Mountain is not required to comply with two sections of the City of Burnaby’s bylaws. This decision is within the NEB’s jurisdiction and is a positive and necessary step in advancing this critical energy infrastructure project for…
The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) is pleased with the Nebraska Public Service Commission’s decision to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. This is a long-awaited step forward for this critical project, which will offer significant economic benefits for Canada.
CEPA is extremely disappointed that the Energy East Pipeline and Eastern Mainline Project will not be moving forward. TransCanada was forced to make the difficult decision to abandon its project, following years of hard work and millions of dollars in investment. The loss of this major project means the loss of thousands of jobs and…
“CEPA does not support the NEB Energy East Panel’s decision to consider upstream and downstream greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of TransCanada’s Energy East and Eastern Mainline Project. CEPA firmly believes that broad public policy issues, such as climate change, should be addressed at the political level, and not through pipeline project reviews. While it is…
Modernizing the energy board is among the recommendations the Senate Committee on Transport and Communications has made in its interim report called <em>Pipelines for Oil: Protecting our economy, respecting our environment</em>. The committee is formulating a strategy to facilitate the transport of crude oil to Canada’s east and west coasts to reduce Canada’s dependence on…