Facilities we regulate
Facilities like pipelines and power lines transport energy across the country to heat our homes, power our businesses, and to move us from place to place. The Canada Energy Regulator ensures the safe and efficient delivery of this energy, and the protection of the environments these facilities traverse. Explore the data sets and reports we routinely collect and publish on these facilities. Using tools like pipeline maps and interactive charts we make complex data user-friendly and accessible for Canadians.
Our pipeline information
Explore detailed overviews of our regulated pipelines with: key statistics, regulatory developments, reported throughputs, safety and operations, tolls and financial data.
Discover the vast network of pipelines in Canada that transport energy commodities to domestic and export customers. Any pipeline that crosses a provincial or international border falls under the federal regulation of the CER.
Read the report that provides an overview about the economic functioning of major pipelines regulated by the CER.
View the list of companies regulated by the CER that own and/or operate interprovincial or international pipelines.
International power lines
Explore Canada's international power lines with an interactive map and learn about the CER's role in their regulation.
Check out safety and condition compliance data
Companies must report events, such as incidents and unauthorized activities, to the CER in accordance with the CER Event Reporting Guidelines. Knowing what happened, and why, helps us find ways to prevent them from happening again.
When companies do not meet requirements, we have the authority to take action to bring the company back into compliance so they are operating safely. We have a number of enforcement tools available.
Commodity Tracking System
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