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The National Energy Board (NEB) long-term energy outlook shows Canadians will likely use less fossil fuels in the future, thanks to climate policy and technology. The report also explores additional scenarios for climate policy and new technologies to further impact Canadian energy consumption and production trends.
The National Energy Board (NEB), together with the Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), today released a new resource assessment for the Duvernay Shale in central Alberta that adds significant quantities of marketable light oil resources in the province as well as natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGLs).
The National Energy Board (NEB) has issued three Inspection Officer Orders to Westcoast Energy Inc., carrying on business as Spectra Energy Transmission for the company's failure to adhere to worker safety, pipe handling and environmental protection requirements during construction activity on the High Pine Expansion Project near Chetwynd, British Columbia.
The National Energy Board (NEB) will hold detailed route hearings in the coming months as part of its ongoing regulatory oversight of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. Detailed route hearings for various tracts of lands located in segments one and two (of seven) located in Alberta will begin this fall and additional hearings for the remaining segments will be announced as they are confirmed.
Canada is a late entrant to the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market and the next several years will be critical to the development of the Canadian LNG industry, according to a new report released by the energy information and analysis unit of the National Energy Board (NEB).
The National Energy Board (NEB) will hold a public hearing to review an application from Enbridge to replace a section of its Line 21 pipeline in the Northwest Territories. The hearing will begin the week of August 8 at the Fort Simpson Recreation Centre.
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