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KEY FACTS ON CANADAS PIPELINESSafe and reliable pipeline systems are critical to ensuring that our natural resources reach their destined markets
and that our energy sector remains resilient and sustainable.
1 CANADAS PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE
2 CANADAS PIPELINES 3 OIL AND GAS EMPLOYMENT AND GDP
4 OIL AND GAS GOVERNMENT REVENUE
5 EXPORTS 6 OIL PRODUCTION
7 WORLD ENERGY DEMAND 8 GHG EMISSIONS
Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Natural Resources, 2016
More than73,000 kmare regulated by the National Energy Board throughout Canada
* Source: Natural Resources Canada calculations, based on National Energy Board data.
Sources: NRCans Energy Markets Fact Book 2016-2017.
Source: 5 year average of Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 180-0003 (tax), Statistics Canada special tabulation (royalties), Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers - Statistical Handbook, Table. (land sales)
Source: Statistics Canada CANSIM Table 126-0001, National Energy Board Web site: Natural Gas Imports, Exports and Liquefied Natural Gas Statistics
Source: National Energy Board, Canadas Energy Future 2016: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040.
Source: International Energy Agency: World Energy Outlook 2015. Source: Natural Resources Canada calculations, based on Environment Canada data.
1.3 billionbarrels moved per year
99.999of OIL MOVED SAFELY
of liquids released in the past 3 years by federally regulated pipelines were recovered*
These pipelines carry over$100 billion
of natural gas, oil andpetroleum products
Canadas pipelines safely and reliably deliver the energy Canadians need to:
heat their homes
drive their cars
run their businessesPetroleum products are also used to make everything from theelectronics we use to the clothes we wear
The oil and gas sector contributes to the strength of Canadas economy,
directly and indirectly
8%of GDP in 2015
and generating almost
The oil and gas sector
contributed an average of
$20.3 Bbetween 2010 and 2014
taxes, royalties andfees to government
money that helps to support public pensions, provide health careand build schools as well as hospitals, housing and highways
Canada currently has one major export customer for our oil and gas
natural gas exportsoil exports99%
went to theUnited States
Canadian oil production is expected to continue to grow from about
The oil sands isprojected to account for
The International Energy Agency projects
that, by 2040, the world will need 32% more energy than is beingproduced today
Oil sands greenhousegas emissions per barrel decreased 31% between1990 and 2014
The oil sands sector
represents 9.3% ofCanadas total GHG
emissions and 0.1% ofglobal emissions