With billions of yet-untapped barrels of oil under its waters, a growing Newfoundland and Labrador oil and gas industry would create new jobs, growth.
From CEPA’s 2018 Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report: Safety and environment: $1.6 billion – dollars invested by CEPA members in pipeline maintenance and monitoring 2,557 – integrity digs completed to examine pipelines 3 – number of significant incidents in 2017 (two liquids pipelines, one natural gas pipeline) 36,882 – kilometres of in-line inspection runs on […]
By any measure, a competitive oil and natural gas industry is vital to jobs and prosperity for all Albertans.
The International Energy Agency’s annual forecast says global energy demand to increase as world grows, reduces poverty.
Low prices for Canadian oil caused by pipeline delays and regulatory uncertainty are impacting quality of life for Canadians.
The oil and natural gas industry is a major economic contributor in Newfoundland and Labrador, and has the potential to get much bigger.
A growing economy and a shift to natural gas from coal to reduce smog and GHGs is driving skyrocketing demand in the world’s most populous nation.
Safety is a vital priority for pipeline companies and the numbers show it.