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Brenda Kenny

President and CEO, Canadian Energy Pipeline Association

Brenda Kenny is President and CEO of the Canadian Energy Pipeline
Association (CEPA) where she works with industry partners to develop industry
positions and advocacy related to a wide range of issues including safety,
environmental responsibilities, regulatory efficiency, financial competitiveness
and reputation. Brenda has extensive experience in energy regulation,
sustainability and strategy development. Prior to joining CEPA, she spent a
number of years with the National Energy Board where she provided executive
leadership in policy, regulatory reviews and finance.
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The Dangerous Game Of Fear

For the past two years, there has been a manufactured myth circulating that diluted bitumen is corrosive in pipelines. It began with a report created by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). This report tried to "prove" diluted bitumen is more corrosive than conventional crude. We know that this is not true, but it is easy for the public to believe this myth when the report appears to be genuine and scientific. The reality is, many of the allegations in the NRDC report are completely false, including the one about diluted bitumen.
03/20/2013 05:49 EDT