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Join a proven program that reduces risk by enabling sharing and collaboration on priority areas to improve operational performance. Our programs have gotten better thanks to self-assessment and third-party verification. Integrity First Member Integrity First enables Canada’s transmission pipeline operators to collaborate and share their knowledge to increase safety and reduce environmental impact. Integrity First…
“Our duty to move energy safely comes with the understanding that we must continuously earn the public’s trust. One of the ways we achieve this is by demonstrating collective leadership and vision as an industry to reach our goal of zero incidents.” - Chris Bloomer, president & CEO, CEPA Chris Bloomer President & CEO With…
Calgary, June 26, 2013 – A new report by the US National Academy of Sciences (NAS) concludes that diluted bitumen is not more corrosive than conventional crude. Brenda Kenny, President and CEO, of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA), is pleased with the results of the report, which adds to the growing body of evidence…
There is no doubt that public persuasion and influence are powerful tools. But with that knowledge, comes responsibility. Fact-based evidence and scientific studies are the way in which our association chooses to engage Canadians about pipeline matters. However, there are others that prefer to create myths about our industry's safety performance. It seems the intent,…
News Releases / Read the latest media statements from our president & CEO Calgary, February 25, 2013 –  A new report (PDF) by Penspen Integrity, a division of the UK-based Penspen Limited, reveals diluted bitumen is not more corrosive than conventional crude (PDF). Brenda Kenny, President and CEO, of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA),…