A number of Canadian midstream companies have announced downward revisions to their 2020 CAPEX plans in response to the plunge in global oil prices and trajectory of COVID-19.
At 1947 km in length, the Keystone XL Pipeline Project will be capable of safely delivering 830 000 bpd of crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta to Steele City, Nebraska.
TC Energy’s subsidiary NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd has signed a letter of intent to purchase the Pioneer Pipeline.
Sandy Lapointe has been designated to act as Chief Executive Officer of the Canada Energy Regulator.
Enbridge has responded to the Transportation Safety Board’s investigation findings on the 2018 natural gas pipeline incident.
Trans Mountain has signed a Community Benefit Agreement as part of its efforts to offset the construction impacts of the pipeline project.
Safety Advisory SA 2020-01 has been issued to all of the CER’s regulated companies regarding high strength steel pipes and the connecting welds.
The project includes approximately 344 km of natural gas pipeline in eight loops and three compressor station unit additions.