CEPA Tag

July 17, 2019

Canada’s energy industry: We help make memorable summers

In the depths of winter, most Canadians count the weeks and days 'til summer. And, we try to fit in as much summer fun as we can before September. No matter the season, it’s timely to remember how our energy resources are as integral to Canadian summers as they are year-round. Planning a road trip…
January 3, 2019

Shared Future: Answering the ‘how’ on the pipeline industry

Great questions continue to roll in from Canadians interested in learning more about pipeline infrastructure. Given how important this conversation is, we have put together our thoughts on some of the most common questions we receive in our second Shared Future blog post. We’re listening. This week it’s all about the ‘how.’   How will…
December 27, 2018

Energy connects us

What makes this time of year special are those magic moments we share with our friends and family. From keeping those holiday lights aglow to cooking up that perfect dinner to escaping the snow by jetting off on a tropical vacation, Canada’s energy resources help connect us to those time-honoured traditions. Whether you are sitting…
December 19, 2018

From East to West: walking the talk on emergency preparedness

We’ve written a lot about emergency preparedness on the blog this year and with good reason. It is one of the most important elements of emergency management. In 2017 alone, CEPA members held 542 emergency response exercises. To demonstrate it’s more than just talk, we sat down with the emergency management teams for two of…
December 12, 2018

Pipelines in 2018: a hot topic

From delays in pipeline project approvals to oil pricing impacts stemming from pipeline capacity constraints – to say pipelines have been in the news this year would be an understatement. And with those headlines, we are seeing more and more Canadians engaging in conversations about where our energy comes from, how it is transported, what…
December 5, 2018

How often are pipelines replaced?

You asked, we answered. This blog is part of a series that explores common questions Canadians have about pipelines and the oil and gas industry, answered by industry experts. Monitor + Inspect + Maintain. These are the three key elements needed to ensure Canada’s pipeline infrastructure can operate safely for a long time. How long…
November 28, 2018
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Shared Future: Your questions on fossil fuels

Canadians are having an important conversation about the future of energy in this country. As a result, they are asking us some big questions about pipelines and what role they will play. Given how important this conversation is, we have put together our thoughts on some of the most common questions we receive. This is…
November 21, 2018
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Pipeline industry catching the digital wave

The pace of technological change in our society seems to have gone into warp speed. This means a new set of skills is required for those looking for a career in the pipeline industry. The next generation of workers entering the industry may have something other than geology or engineering degrees – they may be…
November 14, 2018

Anatomy of a pipeline incident: responding to emergencies (part 2)

This is part of a blog post series about the performance of the pipeline industry as detailed in the 2018 Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report. You can read the full report at pr18.cepa.com. In last week’s post, we answered some of the common questions we get from Canadians about pipeline incidents, including what a significant…
November 7, 2018

Anatomy of a pipeline incident: answering your questions (part 1)

This is part of a blog post series about the performance of the pipeline industry as detailed in the 2018 Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report. You can read the full report at pr18.cepa.com Transmission pipeline incidents are rare. In 2017, there were three significant incidents on pipeline rights of way – two were the result…