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Companies importing and exporting electricity hold regulatory authorization from the CER and are required to report their export/import activities each month. Generated electricity not consumed domestically is exported. Electricity trade with United States is affected by prices, weather, power-line infrastructure and regional supply and demand. All these cause trade to vary from year to year.
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This dataset contains a list of the regulatory instruments issued by the Canada Energy Regulator authorizing electricity exports since 1 August 2008, including related amending orders, revocations, and errata. Note: this dataset does not include amendments and revocations issued since 1 August 2008 that relate to regulatory instruments issued prior to
1 August 2008.
Border crossings of electric transmission lines. Mapping Resources implemented as part of the North American Cooperation on Energy Information (NACEI) between the Department of Energy of the United States of America, the Department of Natural Resources of Canada, and the Ministry of Energy of the United Mexican States. The participating Agencies and Institutions shall not be held liable for improper or incorrect use of the data described and/or contained herein. These data and related graphics, if available, are not legal documents and are not intended to be used as such.
To participate in the Regime, an eligible importing country must declare that it has insufficient or no pharmaceutical manufacturing capacity in relation to the specific product it is requesting. It is up to each country to determine for itself the level of its manufacturing capacity.
Results of the ATIP Request Capacity Questionnaire
The Energy Futures series explores how possible energy futures might unfold for Canadians over the long term. Canada’s Energy Future 2020: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2050 (EF2020) is our latest long-term energy outlook. It is the first outlook in the series to provide projections to 2050. It covers all energy commodities, and all provinces and territories.