Energy Pipeline Projects
Developing Canada’s natural resources and getting them to new markets creates jobs, spurs innovation and ensures we receive full value for our energy products. Our vision is to use the coming decades to meet rising global demand for oil and gas while funding the next generation of renewable energy.
Learn More About the Government’s Project Decisions
The Government has approved the project, subject to 36 binding conditions that will help ensure the project operates safely.
The Government has determined that the project is not in the public interest, given that it would result in crude oil tankers off the coast of the Great Bear Rainforest.
The Government has approved the project, subject to 37 binding conditions to ensure the pipeline is built and operated in a way that is safe for Canadians and the environment.
Trans Mountain Corporation proposed to construct and operate a pipeline from Edmonton, Alberta to Burnaby, British Columbia.
The Government has approved the project, subject to 24 binding conditions that will help ensure the project operates safely.
TransCanada Pipelines Ltd. proposed to construct and operate a pipeline to transport crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta to Saint John, New Brunswick.
- Response from the Minister of Natural Resources on oil pipeline and rail capacity out of Western Canada (PDF, 68KB)
- Optimizing Oil Pipeline and Rail Capacity out of Western Canada (NEB)
- Pipelines are a safe, efficient and reliable way to move Canadian energy to consumers. Let’s look at the facts.
- Visit the Major Projects Management Office for information on resource projects and processes.
- Oceans Protection Plan: most significant investment ever to protect our oceans and coastlines.
- Backgrounder: Tanker Moratorium on British Columbia’s North Coast
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