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North American Logistics Review

EnSys Submits Report on Trans Mountain Configuration Options to NEB Reconsideration Hearing

The Canadian National Energy Board recently conducted a ‘reconsideration’ hearing on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.  This followed a ruling by the Canadian Court of Appeals.  In a report submitted to the NEB by Nature Canada, EnSys examined the impacts on Salish Sea tanker traffic of alternative configurations for the Trans Mountain project.  We […]

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EnSys Energy Cited in News on Trans Mountain Pipeline

Extensive work by EnSys Energy on Trans Mountain and other major Canadian pipeline projects was referenced in an article on the Canadian government’s purchase of Trans Mountain. EnSys president, Martin Tallett, pointed to how Canada is almost totally reliant on U.S. markets, given the failure of the Northern Gateway and Energy East projects and how […]

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North American Logistics Review – MARPOL Annex VI

MARPOL Annex VI – Potential for Significant Impacts on Crude (and Product) Flows In October 2016, the International Maritime Organization determined that the MARPOL Annex VI Global Sulfur Cap would come into force on January 1st 2020 – rather than be deferred to 2025.  The effect has been to thrust an often-overlooked corner of the […]

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North American Logistics Review – Energy East Canceled

TransCanada has canceled its plans for the Energy East Pipeline. The proposed 2,765-mile pipeline system would have transported up to 1.1 million bpd of crude oil from western Canada to eastern markets for exportation. The National Energy Board (NEB) had previously announced that environmental review of the pipeline would examine the effects of both upstream […]

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North America Logistics Review Report – September 2016 Overview Section

Monthly Overview According to the EIA, during September, U.S. crude inventories fell by 30.2 million barrels to 499.7 million barrels. Despite the large decrease, the EIA notes, “U.S. crude oil inventories are at historically high levels for this time of year.” During September, the U.S. oil and natural gas rig count increased by from 489 […]

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