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Canada’s Renewable Power Landscape 2016 – Energy Market Analysis
About the NEB
The NEB is an independent federal regulator whose purpose is to promote safety and security, environmental protection, and economic efficiency in the Canadian public interest within the mandate set by Parliament for the regulation of pipelines, energy development, and trade.
The Board’s main responsibilities include regulating:
- the construction, operation, and abandonment of pipelines that cross international borders or provincial/territorial boundaries;
- associated pipeline tolls and tariffs;
- the construction and operation of international power lines and designated interprovincial power lines;
- imports of natural gas and exports of crude oil, natural gas, oil, natural gas liquids, refined petroleum products, and electricity; and
- oil and gas exploration and production activities in specified northern and offshore areas
About this Report
The Board monitors energy markets and assesses Canadian energy requirements and trends to support its regulatory responsibilities. This report, Canada’s Renewable Power Landscape 2016, is one of a series of publications on energy supply, demand, and infrastructure that the NEB publishes regularly as part of its ongoing market monitoring.
See “Data issues” section for data sources and details.
Contributors to this report include: Natalia Lis (project manager), Colette Craig, Ingrid Ektvedt, Michael Nadew, Ken Newel, Sara Tsang, and Cassandra Wilde.
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