Client: Ontario Energy Board
Completion Date: 2015
In 2013, Ontario’s Minister of Energy asked the Ontario Energy Board to examine and report on TransCanada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline. We were contracted to provide insight about how the pipeline is likely to affect global greenhouse gas emissions. To conduct the analysis we used the OILTRANS model, which accounts for all major participants in oil markets, from “wells” (crude oil producers) to “wheels” (the final consumers of refined petroleum products). Results from our analysis (Overview and Full Report) were shared with stakeholders during the 2015 consultation process.