Enregistrement - Lobbyistes salariés d'organisations
association canadienne de pipelines d'energie / Canadian Energy Pipeline Association / Chris Bloomer, President & CEO
Version 31 de 32 (2019-09-30 à 2019-10-29)
Renseignements sur le lobbying
- Affaires autochtones
- Commerce intérieur
- Commerce international
- Développement économique
- Développement international
- Développement régional
- Emploi et formation
- Impôts et finances
- Justice et application des lois
- Petites entreprises
- Propriété intellectuelle
- Questions constitutionnelles
- Questions touchant les consommateurs
- Recherche et développement
- Relations internationales
- Sciences et technologies
Détails sur l'objet
Politique ou Programme
- Aboriginal Consultation and Accommodation - Discussion surrounding aboriginal consultation and accommodation matters pertaining to the Crown’s duty to consult and corresponding uncertainty and impacts for industry and Canada’s aboriginal population, including issues related to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC).
- Aboriginal Treaty Rights – discussion surrounding aboriginal and metis policy regarding education and training, crown consultation, capacity building and accommodation, including consultation on the Federal Comprehensive Land Clams Policy.
- Climate Change - provide input in the development of climate change policy with respect to greenhouse gas emission (GHG) targets and interrelationship of sector specific GHG targets and reporting including the Clean Fuel Standard.
- Cost Recovery - provide input towards the implementation of cost recovery levies
- Major Project Management Office (MPMO) - discussion in respect to MPMO and MPMO West implementation and timely decision-making for linear infrastructure projects of national significance, ensuring habitat protection (particularly, but not exclusive to, fish and waterways), aboriginal consultation, stakeholder consultation and participant funding and Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency triggers are managed in a timely and responsible fashion.
- Participate in discussions related to the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to ensure cross-border energy transmission implications are taken into account including participation in the Energy Consultation Group.
- Pipeline Safety and Integrity - promotion of a more robust policy of strengthening and enforcement with respect to damage prevention regulations (DPRs).
- Regulatory Efficiency and Effectiveness – promotion of an effective environmental assessment regime to enhance and streamline the assessment of pipeline projects. The objective is to obtain the timely review and issuance of federal regulatory approval permits and authorizations in a coordinated manner across jurisdictions.
Proposition législative, Projet de loi ou résolution
- Comments provided on proposed mandatory reporting standards in the extractive sector as developed under the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act.
- Emergency Preparedness Act - discussion in respect to ensuring delivery of energy resources in the event of a national emergency
- Federal Pre-Budget Consultations - recommendations for consideration provided to House of Commons Finance Committee.
- Fisheries Act - participate in discussions and consultations to review the Act in respect to ensuring that large linear infrastructure projects, of national importance and significance are completed in a timely fashion while respecting fish habitat
- Migratory Birds Convention Act - discussions to ensure best managment practices related to pipeline projects relative to the act
- Participate in discussions and consultations regarding the implementation of regulations associated with the Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act, amendments to the Navigation Protection Act and to such other Acts as required under the Former Bill C-69.
- Pipeline Safety Act - discussions surrounding implementation of the Act
- Provide input toward legislative proposals relating to the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act.
- Species at Risk Act (SARA) - Discussion regarding SARA in respect to ensuring that large linear infrastructure projects, of national importance and significance, are completed in a timely fashion while respecting the natural habitat of Canadian species at risk.
- Transportation Act - provide input toward the review of the Act from the perspective of critical energy transportation infrastructure.
- Comments and discussions surrounding proposed Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMP) Regulations under the Canadian Energy Regulator (CER).
- Comments on proposed Amendments to Regulations for Pipeline Damage Prevention.
- Comments provided on the reporting requirements for unauthorized third party activity revisions to the Transportation Safety Board Regulations.
- Input provided to Base Level Industrial Emission Requirments (BLIERS) regulations towards single regulation under Multi-Sector Air Polution Regulations (MSAPR).
- Participate in discussions related to GHG reduction regulations including proposed Methane Reduction Regulations and the Regulatory Framework on Carbon Pollution Pricing.
- Pipeline Tariff Regulation - discussion in respect to assessing and allocating pipeline tolls including exemptions from filing requirements in the Toll Information Regulations.
- Pipeline development capital requirements - Discussion surrounding fiscal competitiveness as it relates to pipeline development in Canada including designated company cost recovery regulatory proposals.
- Provide input towards the Canadian Energy Regulator (CER) online event reporting guidelines.
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations - comments on proposed ammendments
Techniques de communication
- Communication écrite
- Communication orale
- Appel au grand public
- Administration portuaire Vancouver Fraser (Port Metro Vancouver)
- Affaires mondiales Canada (AMC)
- Agence canadienne de développement économique du Nord (CanNor)
- Agence d'évaluation d'impact du Canada (AEIC)
- Agence de promotion économique du Canada atlantique (APECA)
- Agence des services frontaliers du Canada (ASFC)
- Agence du revenu du Canada (ARC)
- Banque du Canada
- Bureau de la sécurité des transports du Canada (BST)
- Bureau du Conseil privé (BCP)
- Bureau du vérificateur général du Canada (BVG)
- Cabinet du Premier ministre (CPM)
- Chambre des communes
- Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire (CCSN)
- Conseil canadien des normes (CCN)
- Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie (CRSNG)
- Conseil national de recherches (CNRC)
- Défense nationale (MDN)
- Diversification de l'économie de l'Ouest Canada (DEO)
- Emploi et Développement social Canada (EDSC)
- Environnement et Changement climatique Canada (ECCC)
- Exportation et développement Canada (EDC)
- Finances Canada (FIN)
- Fondation canadienne pour l'innovation
- Gendarmerie royale du Canada (GRC)
- Infrastructure Canada (INFC)
- Innovation, Sciences et Développement économique Canada (ISDE)
- Office national des transports (ONT)
- Pêches et Océans Canada (MPO)
- Régie de l’énergie du Canada (REC)
- Relations Couronne-Autochtones et Affaires du Nord Canada (RCAANC)
- Ressources naturelles Canada (RNCan)
- Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor du Canada (SCT)
- Sécurité publique Canada (SP)
- Sénat du Canada
- Statistique Canada (StatCan)
- Transports Canada (TC)
- Tribunal canadien du commerce extérieur (TCCE)
Détails sur l'organisation
Description des activités de l'organisation
The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) represents the views of its member companies by: working with governments and other stakeholders in the formulation of policy and regulation, promoting best practice sharing, and conducting research to support appropriate policy formulation, all with the intent of ensuring that Canadians benefit from an energy transportation infrastructure system that is operated safely and is financially sound and environmentally sustainable.
Nom et poste de l'agent responsable pendant la période de cet enregistrement
Chris Bloomer, President & CEO
Membres ou types de membres de l'organisation.Full Members are those whose primary business is the transportation by pipeline of hydrocarbon substances. The Integrity First Partners of the Corporation are those corporations, associations, partnerships or other organizations that are not Full Members whose business interests include the transportation by pipeline of hydrocarbon substances or any other substance approved by the Board of Directors and who are participants in the Integrity First Program.
Financement publicAucun financement public n'a été reçu au cours du dernier exercice financier complet.
Coordonnées de l'organisation
#202, 505 - 3rd Street SW
Calgary, AB T2P 3E6
Numéro de téléphone :
Détails sur les lobbyistes
Lobbyistes employés par l'organisation
- Rob Beamish, Executive Director, CEPA Foundation | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Alisha Bhura, Regulatory Advisor | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Chris Bloomer, President and CEO | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Jim Campbell, Vice President, Business Environment | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Ben Coleman, Manager, Government and Stakeholder Relations | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Cyril Elbers, Director, Communications | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Kai Horsfield, Senior Policy Advisor | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Jordan Inkster, Integrity First Coordinator | Aucune charge publique occupée
- Patrick Smyth, Vice President, Safety and Engineering | Charges publiques occupées
- Jim Yaremko, Director, Safety and Engineering | Aucune charge publique occupée