January 2000

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HPInternet: Canadian Energy Pipeline Association

Let's go to Canada this month and visit an industry association that does a great job providing information and help to both the public and its members. You don't need to be in Canada to gain from thi..

Crowley, B., Competitive Analysis Technologies

Let's go to Canada this month and visit an industry association that does a great job providing information and help to both the public and its members. You don't need to be in Canada to gain from this site, and if you are in the pipeline business, you need to check this one out (http://www.cepa.com/). The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) is the voice of Canada's major transmission pipeline companies. It represents the businesses that are responsible for transporting more than 95% of the crude oil and natural gas produced in Canada. Its members operate more than 100,000 kilometers of pipeline that crisscross the country delivering natural gas and petroleum products to bot

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