Reasons for decision in the matter of Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd
Read Online
Share

Reasons for decision in the matter of Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd application by Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd., dated 12 July 2007 and 7 August 2007 for approval of the plans, profiles, and book of reference which detail the proposed route of the Brunswick Pipeline Certificate GC-100 - detailied route hearing by Canada. National Energy Board.

  • 628 Want to read
  • ·
  • 80 Currently reading

Published by National Energy Board in [Calgary, AB] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Petroleum industry and trade,
  • Petroleum pipelines,
  • Natural gas pipelines

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesReasons for decision, Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd.
SeriesReasons for decision
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE199.5.G32 C36 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 79 p. :
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25135979M
ISBN 100662483332
ISBN 109780662483335
LC Control Number2008428348

Download Reasons for decision in the matter of Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Reasons for Decision In the Matter of Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd. Application by Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd., dated 12 July and 7 August for approval of the Plans, Profiles, and Book of Reference which detail the proposed route of the Brunswick Pipeline – Certificate GC – Detailed Route Hearing. 1. Management’s Discussion & Analysis. As at February 14, Management’s Discussion & Analysis (“MD&A”) provides a review of the results of operations of Emera Inco. The consolidated financial statements have been prepared by management in accordance with United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. When alternative accounting metho. In the Matter of an Application under the National Energy Board Act of Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd. (May ), No. GH (N.E.B.) (“Emera”) at 10 and Book of Authorities Tab 8. The Applicant submits that this interpretation is incorrect for two reasons: a. the presumption against one term in a statutory provision.

According to Light & Power Holdings Limited Financials, “sixty-two per cent of the shares in Light & Power Holdings Ltd (LPH) are held by approximately 2, Barbadian shareholders.” The recent offer by Emera Inc. (“Emera” - Toronto Stock Exchange listing: “EMA”) to make an offer to other shareholders in LPH has been approved by. Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd. GH Application seeking approval to build and operate a kilometre, millimetre diameter pipeline from the CanaportTM Liquefied Natural Gas Facility at Mispec Point in Saint John, New Brunswick to a point on the international border near St. Stephen, New Brunswick. NEB - Reasons for Decision - Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd. - GH (May 31, ), - 24 - paralleling existing disturbances for 89 . Emera has a number of other partnerships and collaborative agreements across its operating regions, including a joint dispatch project between NSPI and New Brunswick Power Corporation (“NB Power.

Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd., which is wholly-owned, is regulated by the National Energy Board. In preparation of these consolidated financial statements, estimates are sometimes necessary when transactions affecting the current accounting period cannot be . So I can't find the investigation of TransCanada but I find a whole lot of other information the decision would most likely pave the way for a presidential permit for TransCanada, which the company needs because the pipeline crosses an international border. Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd. - Audit Report OF-Surv-OpAud-E 01 - 27 Author: Julie Ali. Oct 26,  · The year-old Toronto-based company has 67 stores across Canada - the closest one being in St. John's, N.L. By , the company is hoping to grow to locations. With a master franchise agreement for New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, Liu plans to open 10 stores in the next three years, including ones in Fredericton, Moncton and Halifax. The Brunswick Pipeline is a km gas pipeline in New Brunswick. Emera also owns 19% of St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited, which serves more than 50, customers on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia and 25% of Grand Bahama Power Company which serves 19, customers on the Caribbean island of Grand Bahama in The Bahamas.