How to build an oil and gas pipeline in two months
In an effort to build a pipeline that will take crude from Alberta’s oil sands to the Gulf of Mexico, a team of Canadian engineers are building a pipe that is both technically and economically feasible.
The team is working on the pipeline with a company called Cessna, and according to a report by CBC News, they are working with a team from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, as well as several other Canadian companies.
Cessnas company, the company behind the pipeline, is now working with Canada’s Transport Canada to complete the design and build it.
The proposed pipeline is built of steel and concrete, and it will be able to carry crude up to 30,000 barrels per day.
It’s going to be a bit of a logistical challenge, because it requires the transport of thousands of barrels of oil to the gulf, but it’s not a bad job.
The pipeline will connect with a pipeline in the United States called the Canadian North American LNG project, which would carry up to 10 million barrels of crude to the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and the UAE.
But it also has a few other things going for it, like it will help the oil industry.
Canada has a large oil and natural gas industry, and has more than $20 billion in annual sales from its oil sands production, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
And the pipeline will bring this oil to market sooner, and cheaper, than other pipelines that are built around the world.
But the pipeline is also an economic boon to Canada, since it’s an important part of the country’s economy, said Doug Bouchard, the CEO of Cessnans pipeline division.
“It provides the jobs, and creates a lot of economic activity.
It provides a good pipeline for our region.”
The pipeline’s construction will be handled by the Canadian Pacific Transportation Corp., a subsidiary of CPL Transportation, and the pipeline company is currently negotiating with Transport Canada.
“I would say it’s going in a very good direction,” Bouchards said.
The company has a contract to build the pipeline in three phases.
Phase 1 will begin in 2018 and will involve constructing a 20-mile stretch of the pipeline between Cessns oil sands refinery in the Northwest Territories and an oil platform at Port Arthur, Texas.
Phase 2 will be built in 2019, and will take the oil to ports in the U