CEPA 2021 Pipeline Performance Report Outlines Commitment To A Sustainable Energy Future

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CEPA 2021 Pipeline Performance Report Outlines Commitment To A Sustainable Energy Future

Thu, 09/30/2021 - 09:31
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The logo of the CEPA (copyright by CEPA)

The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA), on Tuesday, Sept. 28, released a pipeline transmission performance report revealing its members' commitment to environmental safety and operations safety in delivering a safe energy Canada and the entire world need.

"Canadian natural gas and oil continue to play a critical role in the energy mix now and as the world transitions to a low-carbon energy future. The 2021 performance report highlights CEPA members' innovation and continuous improvement in creating a sustainable energy future for Canada," said Chris Bloomer, President, and  CEO of CEPA.

Bloomer's statements were echoed by Dean Liollio, Board Chair of CEPA and President of Plains Midstream Canada. According to Liollio, their member support and partnerships are critical for the government and industry's success in reaching environmental and economic goals.

"CEPA members are proud to showcase to Canadians what we are doing to enhance safety, protect the environment and reduce greenhouse gas emissions," added Liollio.

The 2021 CEPA report highlights critical activities, including using the best emission reduction technology, the amount of natural gas and crude oil safely delivered, and the number of integrity digs conducted to examine pipeline defects and carry out repairs.

The report also highlighted 1.2 billion invested in monitoring and maintenance of pipeline systems and $10.6 million in technology focused on improving pipeline inspection, leak detections, reducing corrosion, and damage prevention.

Some 1.1 billion were paid to the government for income, motor fuel, property, and carbon taxes.

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