Utilisation et rapports sur les débits des sociétés pipelinières

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Soumis par DH le mer 07/02/2018 - 14:25

Hi. Any plans to increase the update frequency? Monthly would be great. Also, when can we expect the next quarterly update?

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Soumis par DD le lun 05/03/2018 - 11:18

Hello - when can we expect the next release of this data?

Thanks.

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Soumis par Patrick le mar 20/03/2018 - 22:35

Data for Southern Lights Pipeline (English Version) only shows quaterly readings from 2011 to 2016.

Is there monthly data available? Is there more recent data for 2016-2017 available?

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Soumis par Kevin Wong le mer 06/06/2018 - 15:44

If you look at the throughput and capacity of TQM...at times the throughput exceeds the capacity. I don't understand how this is possible as the utilization rate is over 100%... can someone please clear this up with me? Or tell me where my logic is flawed.

Thanks.

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Soumis par NEB - Energy Markets le jeu 11/10/2018 - 21:29

The physical capacity of a pipeline is based on many factors such as the products being carried, direction of flow, pipeline pumping capacity, and maintenance work or other pressure restrictions. The actual physical capacity of the pipeline may, at times, be higher than the assumed operational capacity stated here.

To see this data in context please visit: http://www.neb-one.gc.ca/nrg/ntgrtd/pplnprtl/pplnprfls/index-eng.html

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Soumis par Sean le ven 07/09/2018 - 22:03

I believe there's an issue with the new Alliance data, from April to June 2018. The system capacity and throughput jumps ~38x from March 30 to April 1, which is approximately maintained until June. I'd guess the values were reported with incorrect units.

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Soumis par NEB - Energy Markets le jeu 11/10/2018 - 21:56

Thank you for your suggestion. Not all NEB-regulated companies are currently required to file traffic data (throughput and capacity) with the NEB. If additional pipelines file data, the NEB will publish it assuming it is not confidential.

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Soumis par Amor le ven 05/10/2018 - 04:02

Hi,

Does the key point mean the final destination of the product?

Thanks

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Soumis par Steve le mar 20/11/2018 - 23:22

The charts were updated to the end of September 2018 a week or two ago yet the data in the spreadsheets only capture flows to the end of June 2018. Why does it take so long to update the spreadsheets (there's not a lot of data points to update)?

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Soumis par open-ouvert le lun 21/01/2019 - 20:56

Hi Steve, 

We apologise for the delay.  Our friends at the National Energy Board have provided this reasoning as to the delays between the end of the quarter and the publication of the updated data for the time period you specified: 

"There was a delay on open government data this time because we had to verify data with the companies which normally isn’t necessary."

I hope this helps you, 

Leslie

The Open Government Team

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Soumis par Tony Di TIger le lun 10/12/2018 - 21:15

What is the difference between the different apportionment amounts for Mainline in Month 6 in 2016.

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Soumis par Ben le ven 14/12/2018 - 19:55

Hey there,

Thank you for compiling all of this data. I was wondering, when is the next update? Thanks again for putting all of this together--very helpful.

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Soumis par Matt le mer 09/01/2019 - 16:41

Hello,

Thank you again for the info, will you be updating this regularly? I see its only current to Q2 2018.

Thanks!

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Soumis par DH le mar 15/01/2019 - 10:31

Hi, the data in the Excel files is updated through end Q218, but on your charts there is data through end Q318. Why are the Excels taking much longer to be updated? Thanks

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Soumis par open-ouvert le mer 16/01/2019 - 19:50

Questions regarding release dates for the data come up quite often. 

Our friends at the National Energy Board have responded and tell us that the updates to the data are quarterly, and are posted approximately 2 months after the end of the Quarter. 

Hope this helps you and other users. 

Leslie

The Open Government Team

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Soumis par Sean S le mar 09/04/2019 - 18:17

Union Gas (Enbridge subsidiary) is a major source of natural gas to Southern Ontario and Quebec, but their data is not available here. This is surprising, given that the other major Enbridge systems have available data. It would be very helpful for this to be provided.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le jeu 25/04/2019 - 21:49

Hi Sean,

Please see below the answer provided the National Energy board.

Union Gas is regulated by the Ontario Energy Board and not the National Energy Board (NEB) so it does not report data to us.  However, the NEB does regulate the export and import of natural gas. Orders or licenses are required to export or import natural gas to and from Canada. Holders of these authorizations report monthly on their activities to the Board. Union Gas is correlated with the Ojibway (Windsor) and St Clair point.  Here is the link to these statistics: https://open.canada.ca/data/en/dataset/ce657832-22cc-4a4c-a5d9-93a8e6d4c2cf .

Union Gas nominations are publically available in the Gas Day Summary Report - https://www.uniongas.com/storage-and-transportation/informational-postings/gas-day-summary.  

 

Best,

Alexandra

Open Government team

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Soumis par Sean S le mar 09/04/2019 - 18:25

The TransCanada Mainline system seems to be missing data on a key receipt point at Kirkwall. This is a significant receipt point to the system, and without it, it is difficult to make reasonable conclusions from the rest of the data. For example, with this key point the Eastern Triangle region (to which Kirkwall contributes) appears to export more gas than it receives for long periods from 2006 to 2010. This is particularly strange since domestic gas consumption isn't considered, which would make the issue even worse.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le jeu 25/04/2019 - 21:51

Hi Sean,

Please see below the answer provided by the National Energy Board.

TransCanada is not required to report at Kirkwall. However it does report at Parkway and other points within the Eastern Triangle such as Chippawa/Niagara. Data at Parkway will soon be updated to reflect bi-directional flows. In choosing key points, confidentiality is a consideration.

 

Best,

 

Alexandra

Open Government team

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