Through leadership and collaboration, CEPA enables our member companies to advance their operations and develop safety and environmental innovations for the Canadian transmission pipeline industry. We help a wide range of stakeholders explore multiple paths to continuously improve the way pipelines operate.


CEPA members pool expertise and knowledge to collaborate to enhance performance for the good of all Canadians.

Approximately 300 volunteers from our member companies lend their time and expertise to CEPA’s 10 work groups, each responsible for a key area of Canada’s pipeline industry.

  • Pipeline Operations
  • Damage prevention
  • Emergency management
  • Environment
  • Health & safety
  • Pipeline integrity
  • Security
  • Business Environment
  • Indigenous affairs
  • Climate change
  • Property tax
  • Regulatory policy


We wish to thank the members of our External Advisory Panel for the feedback and guidance they are providing CEPA. This panel of volunteers includes representatives from a variety of community groups, Aboriginal Peoples, academia and landowners, among others. Panel members are bringing diverse perspectives – and constructive and critical voices and viewpoints – to help identify and clarify the topics and issues that matter most to Canadians.


Third-party damage to pipelines is a cause of incidents. Preventing pipeline damage is a shared responsibility between operators and the public. That’s why if you are planning to undertake a digging project – large or small – always use extreme caution and always call or click before you dig.

CEPA is committed to supporting one-call centres in all provinces in which our member companies operate. Companies, employees and contractors are urged to “Click Before You Dig” and use webbased/online notifications whenever possible.

You can connect to any Canadian one-call contact centre in French or English by visiting