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CANADIAN ENERGY PIPELINE ASSOCIATION NAMES OFFICERS

 CALGARY, Alberta, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) has elected B.F. (Brian) MacNeill as its chairman and B.W. (Bruce) Simpson as its vice chairman. MacNeill is president and chief executive officer of Interprovincial Pipe Line System Inc. of Edmonton. Simpson is president and chief operating officer of the Alberta Gas Transmission Division, which is owned by NOVA Corporation of Alberta.
 CEPA is a new association formed to represent the interests of Canada's major pipeline companies. CEPA's seven founding members are Alberta Natural Gas Co., Foothills Pipe Lines, Interprovincial Pipe Line, NOVA Corporation of Alberta, TransCanada PipeLines, Trans Mountain Pipe Line, and Westcoast Energy.
 MacNeill and Simpson were elected to their positions at a meeting of CEPA's board of directors held June 22 in Calgary.
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 /CONTACT: Brian MacNeill, chairman, 403-420-5301, Bruce Simpson, vice chairman, 403-290-7644, or Canadian Energy Pipeline Association office, 403-221-8777/


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