edition - Winter 2016

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CAEPLA’s Commitment

Respect for property rights

 

Consultation Nation

Stakeholders sidelined by regulatory regime

 

Streamlining Damage Prevention

Standardized regulations make pipelines safer

 

Expropriation Unlimited

Taking on the expropriation leviathan

 

Do We Still Need the NEB?

Federal regulator lacks public trust

 

Business As Usual

New Manitoba government supports Bipole III  

 

A One-of-a-kind Inline Inspection Tool

Ultrasonic “smart pig” a safety innovation

 

Preventing Pipeline Corrosion

How operators employ inspection technology

 

First Nations and Property Rights

Landownership from a historical perspective

 

More Economics, Less Politics

Property rights and industry paralysis

 

Protecting the Environment Together

Sound science and respect for property rights

 

Walking a Fine Line on Safety

How government ruins safety culture

 

More Questions About Bipole III

Why have Manitoba’s PCs embraced boondoggle

 

Betrayed by PCs

Farmers react to bullying by Manitoba Hydro

 

What is Social Licence?

Examining an abused term

 

Alberta Tax Dollars Boost U.S. Energy

Meanwhile, politics paralyzes Canadian pipelines

 

Working Together

How pipeline landowners can work with companies

 

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