November 2021, Vol. 248, No. 11

Editor's Notebook

CEPA Exiting After Nearly 3 Decades

By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief After 28 years of operation, the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) will cease to exist at the end of the year.  The decision by the Board of Directors to shut down its offices as of Dec. 31 comes as a tough blow for midstream companies, though all things considered the move was not especially surprising.  After all, founding member Enbridge left the association in 2019, while fellow founder TC Energy and a major backer, Pembina Pipeline, had given notice that this would be their last year of membership.     “They were leaders in terms of driving collaboration through the years,” CEPA President and CEO Chris Bloomer told

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