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Interactive Pipeline Map
Canada’s vast network of pipelines transport millions of litres of oil and gas under our feet every day. In 2016, pipelines regulated by the NEB safely moved over a billion barrels of liquid products alone.
This map shows the location of these pipelines. It also shows all reportable incidents which can be broken down by company, incident type, year and scale.
Using this interactive tool, Canadians can now easily see where pipelines are located and find important related safety information.
The map may not be available on all mobile devices.
NEB Interactive Pipeline Map - User Guide
Please note: The incident data shown represents a single point in time. As investigations are completed for open incidents, or as new information becomes available, the incident record is updated and may change certain aspects of the incident record including whether the incident remains reportable under the applicable regulations. Accordingly, the incident data shown is subject to change. The pipeline data shown represents the majority of federally regulated pipelines (approximately 90% of operating pipelines as of March 2017). The map will be updated to show additional pipelines as more digital location data becomes available from the third-party supplier. If you have questions about a specific pipeline that is not represented on the map, please contact the NEB at: PipelineMap@cer-rec.gc.ca.
This application displays incident data from 2008 – present for incidents reported under the Onshore Pipeline Regulations and the Processing Plant Regulations related to pipelines under federal jurisdiction and does not include incident data related to pipelines under provincial or territorial jurisdiction.
The incidents are overlaid on a map of federally regulated pipelines. The number and location of pipelines displayed is based on data from a third-party supplier, and does not include pipelines under provincial or territorial jurisdiction.
The Board endeavors to provide the best information possible; however, the information contained in this map is based on information that is provided to the Board by outside parties and may not be accurate. The Board makes no representations, warranties, or guarantees, express or implied, that the data contained in this map may be relied upon for any use whatsoever. The Board accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies, errors, or omissions in the data and any loss, damage or costs incurred as a result of using or relying on the map data in any way. The pipeline data contained in this map is subject to licensing terms and may not be reproduced, published, distributed or transferred in whole or in part.
Incident locations and pipeline locations are approximate; see FAQ for more information.
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