The Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors criticised the B.C. Government for its decision to take legal action against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Trans Mountain will review the B.C Government’s 10 August comments and will continue to work through any concerns or issues raised.
The Pacific Salmon Foundation is set to conduct a third party assessment of the Trans Mountain pipeline construction across sensitive salmon-bearing watercourses.
The National Energy Board of Canada is set to be modernised to ensure that the country’s resources are developed responsibly.
The National Energy Board has welcomed an online tool that provides information on the pipelines it regulates.
While western Canada may see a supply increase of nearly 1 million bbls of crude by 2020 due to current pipeline projects, this could put pressure on its already constrained pipeline system.
TransCanada Corp. has filed a variance application with the National Energy Board to proceed with construction of the North Montney mainline project.
The Government of Canada has recently approved the Towerbirch pipeline expansion project, subject to 24 mandatory conditions.