MAGAZINE BLOG

CAEPLA Connects with Common Ground Alliance

Damage-prevention process is a key to safety

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Eyes in the Sky

Drones show promise for improved safety, cost savings and early detection of infrastructure issues

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CAEPLA BLOG

Hope residents get further details on TMX construction, Laidlaw worker camp

CAEPLA has been hard at work advocating for the resident landowners around Hope whose lives have been disrupted by the new Crown Corporation mismanagement of the Trans Mountain expansion project. Chief...

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CAEPLA BLOG

Carbon tax will cost farmers $235 million: PBO

The Carbon Tax is a very effective way to suppress energy development, including pipelines. Rail bottlenecks are an unintended consequence of fewer pipelines that winds up hurting farmers. But Carbon...

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CAEPLA BLOG

Controversial pipeline given green light by Minnesota regulators

Minnesota regulators approve final permit for Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 crude oil pipeline, but the start date is not specified.

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CAEPLA BLOG

America’s Biggest Oil Storage Hub Is Filling to the Brim Again

Will we see negative oil prices and a storage crisis again?

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CAEPLA BLOG

CER AND IAMC-TMX REACH MILESTONE IN JOINT MONITORING OF TRANS MOUNTAIN

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CAEPLA BLOG

Is the Canadian Energy Regulator Just An Agent of Government?

CER has become indistinguishable from the federal government and its TMX Crown corporation…

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CAEPLA BLOG

Alberta farmers file what may be first class-action lawsuit over unpaid oil leases

CALGARY — Two Alberta landowners have filed what a lawyer says could be the first class-action lawsuit against an energy company for not making its lease payments.

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CAEPLA BLOG

TMX: Lowering the Bar on Landowner Abuse

What do you expect when owner, operator and regulator are one and the same?

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