On 21 June 2017, Energy East and TransCanada filed comments on the NEB’s Draft Lists of Issues and Draft Factors and Draft Scope of the Factors for the Environmental Assessments, together with its reply to positions taken by others during the NEB comment process. View the document
On July 28, Energy East filed errata for volumes 1, 2, 10, 17 and 19 of the Consolidated Application. The errata included revisions to the Concentric evidence to reflect the March 2016 Golder Report (EMP employment and economy) and other information that was included in the December 2
Consolidated Application Supplemental Report No.1 Cover Letter Attachment 1 – Consolidated Application and Consolidated ESA Errata Volume 5, Appendix 5-2 – Results of Engineering Assessment Volume 6, Appendix 6-119 – Electrical Information for the Hardisty, Moosomin and Saint John Tan
In accordance with the Board’s letter dated 6 May 2015, please see below Energy East response to the Information Request No.3 from the Board regarding changes to the Energy East Application due to the upcoming amendments. View the document
In accordance with a National Energy Board letter dated 9 February 2014, please see below Energy East response to the Information Request No. 1 from the Board regarding the Energy East translation policy. View the document
The National Energy Board (NEB) has issued a Supplemental Application to Participate (ATP) notice for its hearing on the Energy East Project. Anyone who wishes to participate in the hearing must apply to do so during the three weeks period, starting 30 March 2016 and ending 20 April 2
Energy East is a 4,500-kilometre pipeline that will transport approximately 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to the refineries of Eastern Canada and a marine terminal in New Brunswick. There is an important choice before us all. That choice is about where we get the oil we need and how we choose to transport it. Energy East makes sense and this is why the majority of Canadians support the project.