Executives from the biggest oilsands companies in Canada say concerns about getting their products to market are starting to ease in the wake of the regulatory approval of Enbridge Inc.’s $9-billion Line 3 pipeline replacement project. Read more about it here.
CAPP’s Canada’s Energy Citizens organization has written on how the Energy East Pipeline would benefit all of Canada. You can read the article here.
As has been proven time and time again, we have the power to be heard and affect change at the highest decision-making levels. If you believe that Energy East remains a powerful and positive force for economic prosperity, click this link to send a letter to your MP at asking them to support this important pipeline project and the prosperity for middle-class Canadians it will bring.
The National Energy Board wants your input on the design of the Energy East Pipeline hearing process and expanded engagement activities. Complete a short survey on the NEB Energy East web page here. A team of four Board Members, who are independent from the Hearing Panel, will gather the comments into a report.
The fight to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline will move from Washington D.C. to Nebraska after U.S. President Donald Trump approved the controversial and long-delayed project on Friday. Read more about it here.
Alberta may receive federal aid to help clean up the rising number of oil wells whose owners have gone bankrupt. Read more here.