The following tariffs are regulated by the Canada Energy Regulator:
Canada Cochin Pipeline Tariffs:
Proposed Cochin Pipeline Tariffs (In effect July 1, 2022)
Cochin FERC and CER Tariff Policies:
- Proposed Index Filing
- Proposed Retention Stock Filing
Post-Construction Environmental and Native Prairie Monitoring on the Vantage Pipeline System
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Vantage Commitments Tracking Table
On March 13, 2012, the National Energy Board (NEB) issued Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity OC-059 (the “Certificate”) which authorizes the operation of the Vantage Pipeline. Pembina Prairie Facilities Ltd. (“Pembina”) received Leave to Enter into an Amalgamation Agreement on October 23, 2014, and on May 4, 2015, Amending Order AO-002-OC-059 (“Amending Order”) was issued, changing the name of the owner of the Vantage Pipeline to Pembina.
For compliance with Certificate Condition 26 – Commitments Tracking Table, Pembina is required to update the status of conditions of the Certificate publically on its website. View Pembina's Completed Commitments Tracking Table; view Pembina's Ongoing Commitments Tracking Table.
Federally Regulated Canadian Pipeline Abandonment
Information for Canadian Landowners
Pipelines are a safe and efficient means of transporting large quantities of crude oil and natural gas liquids over land. Canadians rely on natural gas and products made from crude oil to meet energy needs each and every day – to drive our cars, fly planes and to heat homes and businesses. Pembina owns and operates pipelines efficiently and safely.
Beginning in 2008, the National Energy Board (NEB) initiated the Land Matters Consultation Initiative. Part of this initiative considered pipeline abandonment and a way to ensure funds are available when it’s time to retire a pipeline system. The NEB directed the companies it regulates to set aside money to use for the abandonment of NEB-regulated pipelines.
Further Information on the Land Matters Consultation Initiative is on the Canada Energy Regulator's (CER) website at www.cer-rec.gc.ca.
Setting Aside Money
Funds are being placed into Qualifying Environmental Trusts (QETs) for the following Systems:
PKM Cochin ULC's Cochin Pipeline;
Pouce Coupé Pipe Line Ltd.’s Northern System; and
Pouce Coupé Pipe Line Ltd.’s Pouce Coupé System.
Letters of credit (LOC) have been created for the following Systems:
Pembina Prairie Facilities Ltd.’s Vantage Pipeline System;
Pouce Coupé Pipe Line Ltd.’s Northwest System;
Pembina Energy Services Inc.’s Taylor to Boundary Lake System; and
Veresen NGL Pipeline Inc.’s Empress Pipeline.
Pembina filed Statements of Investment Policies and Procedures (SIPP) applicable to its trusts with the CER. The purpose of a SIPP is to outline investment guidelines, monitoring and reporting procedures in accordance with the objectives of the trust, the MH-001-2013 Reasons for Decision and the provisions in the Income Tax Act which govern Qualified Environmental Trusts.
Pembina files LOC and QET Annual Reporting Forms with the CER. See links to these Forms below.
For more information, please contact Pembina’s Regulatory Group at [email protected].
Annual Reporting Forms