The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) has released its long-term energy outlook on how Canadian energy consumption and production trends are set to change.
Officials gathered in Acheson, Alberta for an event to mark the start of pipeline construction for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.
The companies have received a ‘no-action letter’ from the Canadian Competition Bureau confirming that the Commissioner of Competition does not intend to challenge the proposed acquisition.
The plan, released last week, committed to expanding exports and growing the natural resource economy.
The public and Indigenous peoples have been asked to provide feedback on the Gazoduq Project, a pipeline project in Canada.
The system consists of new crude oil and condensate pipelines located in the Marten Hills region of north central Alberta.
The company has re-affirmed its plan to proceed with contracting of the system through an expected filing of a regulatory application seeking approval of firm service.
The BC Environmental Certificate for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project has been ruled valid and it remains in place.
The open season is the first stage of Enbridge determining whether there is sufficient commercial interest for its offering to provide priority access on the Mainline for terms of 8 - 20 years.