Priorities driven by CEPA Integrity First in 2014

Report
Managing Safety and the
Environment
PATRICK SMYTH, VP SAFETY & ENGINEERING
28 OCTOBER 2014
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Who is CEPA?
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Vision: safe, socially and environmentally sustainable
energy pipeline industry for Canadians.
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Mission: continually enhance the operating excellence,
business environment and recognized responsibility of
the Canadian energy transmission pipeline industry
through leadership and credible engagement between
member companies, governments, the public and
stakeholders.
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CEPA Members
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Liquids
Pipelines
Canadian Crude Oil Facts*
 Production: 3.2 million barrels/day
 Exports: 2.3 million barrels/day
 Value of Exports: $73.0 billion
*2012
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CEPA member pipelines
proposed pipelines
non-member pipelines
sedimentary basin
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Natural Gas
Pipelines
Canadian Natural Gas Facts*
 Production: 13.9 billion cubic
feet/day
 Exports: 8.4 billion cubic feet/day
 Value of Exports: $8.7 billion
*2012
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CEPA member pipelines
non-member pipelines
existing LNG Terminal
sedimentary
basin
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British Columbia Pipelines
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Regulatory oversight
Regulations
• Promote safety, environmental protection and economic efficiency
• Designed to protect against the potential negative impacts of energy
development but enable benefits of energy supply, security and
economic development.
Federal regulators
• Responsible for pipelines that cross provincial or national borders
• The National Energy Board regulates the construction and operation,
tolls and tariffs of interprovincial and international pipelines.
Provincial regulators
• Most provinces and territories have energy regulatory bodies with
specific mandates and responsibilities for their jurisdiction.
• Both federal and provincial regulators work with numerous provincial
and federal agencies.
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Industry focus is pipeline safety
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Through every stage
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Trust — a critical cornerstone
=
CREDIBILITY + RELIABILITY + INTIMACY
SELF INTEREST
CREDIBILITY = Technical competence/expertise
RELIABILITY = Perceptions of dependability, consistency and
predictability
INTIMACY = Closeness & depth of the relationship/mutual
understanding
SELF-INTEREST = Perceived or real: focus on personal
gain/power/glory
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Performance
We are committed to advancing a safety culture throughout
our industry based on a strong foundation of leadership and
continual improvement leading to zero incidents.
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CEPA Integrity First
“How can I trust the pipeline companies are working in Canadians’
best interests?
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Principles and priorities
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Getting to zero incidents
Accountability, performance and execution
Leadership & Governance
CEPA Integrity First®
Management Systems &
Operating Practices
Safety Culture
Priorities driven by
CEPA Integrity First
in 2014:
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Pipeline Integrity
Emergency Management
Control Room Management
Continual improvement
leading to zero incidents
Technology & Innovation
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Current progress
Guidance documents and
practices completed/underway:
◦ Pipeline Integrity
◦ Emergency Management
◦ Control Room Management
(piloted)
◦ Land Agent Code of Conduct
◦ Pipeline Watercourse
Management
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Conclusions
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Strong regulatory oversight of pipelines throughout
entire lifecycle
Improving industry performance with the development
of best practices and programs such as CEPA Integrity
First
Advancing communications and continuing to build
public trust by providing relevant and timely
information and outreach
Pipeline industry is committed to transparency and
continual performance improvement
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Questions?
Patrick Smyth
VP Safety and Engineering
Canadian Energy Pipeline Association
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info@cepa.com
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