Pipelines

NAFTA Chapter Eleven: Can TransCanada Break the U.S. Shutout?

Courtesy of Bennett Jones. View original article here. US investors have successfully used investor-state arbitration under the NAFTA when they have thought themselves wronged by the actions of governments in Canada or Mexico. But the United States itself has never lost a NAFTA investment arbitration. The United States’ record in NAFTA claims decided on the… [Read More…] about NAFTA Chapter Eleven: Can TransCanada Break the U.S. Shutout?

Pipe Dreams Deferred: A Look Back on How Major Canadian Pipeline Projects Fared in 2015 and Outlook for the Future

Courtesy of Stikeman Elliott. View original article here. 2015 was not been a banner year for major inter-provincial or international pipeline projects in Canada. Apart from Enbridge finally being granted leave to open its Line 9 Reversal Project, 2015 brought little progress to report on the market access front as most of the major projects… [Read More…] about Pipe Dreams Deferred: A Look Back on How Major Canadian Pipeline Projects Fared in 2015 and Outlook for the Future