When it comes to pipelines and the pipeline industry, we love to chat and we encourage you to join the conversation. If you have a burning question that must be answered or you’re frustrated and have to get something off your chest, we want to hear about it. It’s important to keep the lines of communication open and honest, but, just remember, your comments must always show respect and civility for other people and other organizations.
We have a few rules that we need to mention. For starters, when you post your comments on the social web, we ask you to be guided by the code of civil discourse. Quite simply put, please be polite. We know most of you already adhere to such a code, and we appreciate that very much. In return, we’ll be truthful in our responses, provide factual information, and answer your questions in a timely manner.
Another thing you need to know is that the majority of CEPA’s member companies are Canada’s transmission pipeline companies, so we can’t speak for other pipeline companies or what’s happening in other countries. And, we can’t speak on behalf of any individual member company or pipeline project. We leave it to them to tell their story.
And lastly, because it’s important, we need to let you know that CEPA will not tolerate spam, foul language, intimidation, threats, harassment, personal attacks, racism, libel, slander or anything else we perceive to be demeaning or damaging. This includes people flooding our pages or sites with rapid-fire posts, shouting, or denial of service attacks. We reserve the right to delete such posts at our sole discretion. Repeat offenders will be blocked from the page in addition to having their comments deleted.
So, if you can abide by these rules, then we’d love to hear what’s on your mind. At CEPA, we welcome open, honest and productive conversations with our stakeholders and interested parties.
Let the conversation begin…