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Webinar - TMX Pipeline Start-Up: Impact on Flows and Production

Webinar Overview

It has recently been announced that Canada’s Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX), an extension of the original Trans Mountain pipeline built in 1953, will soon be taking its first delivery of crude oil, several years after its initial target start date. The TMX pipeline links oil fields in Alberta to British Columbia on the Pacific coast, providing Canadian oil companies with an opportunity to sell more crude to Asia and the US West coast.

This Friday, we will be delivering a special webinar where members of our upstream oil team will discuss key questions about the pipeline, such as what crude volumes we can expect to flow through TMX, where we can expect the crude to go, and what this means for US crude balances and Canadian flows.



Webinar Details

Date: Friday 8 March 2024

Morning Session: 9:00-9:30 a.m. (London GMT) / 6:00-6:30 p.m. (Tokyo) / 5:00-5:30 p.m. (Singapore) / 13:00-13:30 p.m. (Dubai) 

Afternoon Session: 3:00-3:35 p.m. (London GMT)/ 9:00-9:30 a.m. (New York)

Notes: We will be holding the same webinar twice in one day to accommodate our clients around the world. This complimentary webinar is only available for FGE clients and registrations are subject to approval. Registrations must be from a company email. We are unable to accept registrations from hotmail, gmail, or other free domains.


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    All approved registrants will receive a link to either the slides, the recording, or both, after the last webinar takes place. We aim to send the link out within 24-48 hours of the webinar taking place.


  • What crude volumes we can expect to flow through TMX
  • Where we can expect crude to go
  • What this means for US crude balances and Canadian flows