Read the latest media statements from our president & CEO

Changes reaffirm commitment to safety and stakeholder engagement Calgary, AB. <January 17, 2010> The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Philippe Reicher as Vice President, Communications & Stakeholder Relations and the promotion of Ziad Saad to Vice President, Safety & Sustainability. Both individuals will be joining CEPA’s executive team starting…
Calgary, Alberta – The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) applauds the federal government’s decision to eliminate red tape in pipeline projects which are federally regulated, and replace them with simpler processes that offer improved environmental protection. The 2010 Speech from the Throne indicated that the government plans to "untangle the daunting maze of regulations that needlessly…
83 per cent of landowners have a favourable opinion of energy pipeline companies Calgary, AB. - <May 27, 2009> - Alberta landowners with pipeline crossings on their land reveal positive relations with the Canadian pipeline industry. Contrary to allegations from a small minority of disgruntled landowners and community activists, a recent study indicates that 83…
Regulatory and Policy Development Experience Critical to Advancing Member Interests After conducting a national search, Murray Birch, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA), and President & CEO of Alliance Pipeline, is pleased to announce the appointment of Brenda Kenny, P.Eng, PhD as CEPA President. "Brenda's almost twenty years…