MAGAZINE BLOG

Pipeline Construction Monitor Update

Another season verifying quality construction and soil handling.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Another Quiet Revolution?

The Canadian Government’s hidden plan to open your property up to First Nations occupation under the guise of ‘energy regulation.’

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Tackling Waste Gas From A Free Market Perspective

Are landowners aware of this viable alternative to flaring?

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CAEPLA BLOG

Trans Mountain expansion workforce tops 5,600, critics question project timeline

"We’ve been saying over and over again all year, this company is delayed,” McCartney said, which is a financial risk to Canadians since taxpayers are ultimately backstopping what is now...

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Expropriation: Are Holdouts Really a Problem?

Owners have a right to gain economically from projects proposed for their land.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Alberta's oilpatch gets a rare gift — a U.S-backed $22-billion export line to tidewater via Alaska

Could a pipeline follow through this corridor too?

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Recon$iliation Nation

Ottawa’s Aboriginal agenda is a stealth assault on your property rights.

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CAEPLA BLOG

TC Energy CEO Russ Girling retiring with Keystone XL pipeline still unfinished

CAEPLA wishes Russ Girling all the best in his future endeavours and looks forward to getting to know his his successor, Francois Poirier.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

The Nimble Market Response To Oil Storage Fears

Government legislation licenses bad corporate behaviour.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Asked to allow archaeologists and local First Nations onto your land? Just say NO.

Your land was expropriated, or you signed an easement agreement — either way, the pipeline company took all the rights it needed for its project.

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