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Energy Futures Backgrounder: Addendum to Canada’s Energy Future: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2035

14 June 2012


This Addendum is an accompanying report related to the NEB’s released Energy Market Assessment (EMA), Canada’s Energy Future: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2035. It provides additional information on the methodology, assumptions and energy context of the Energy Futures report projections.

Canada’s Energy Future: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2035

22 November 2011


Fact Sheets

Canada’s Energy Future: Infrastructure Changes and Challenges to 2020 – An Energy Market Assessment

October 2009

2009 Reference Case Scenario: Canadian Energy Demand and Supply to 2020

April 2009

Stakeholder Input

July 2009

Final Report and Appendices

Canada’s Energy Future – Reference Case &  2030

Stakeholder Input

In advance of the 2007 Energy Futures Report, the NEB was involved in a number of activities to gather information such as an energy speaker series and a cross-Canada tour to speak with energy experts.

Final Report and Appendices

Annappolis Royal Tidal Generating Station – Source: Nova Scotia Power Inc.6 February 2008 – This edition of Canada’s Energy Future includes minor revisions and expanded Appendices. The National Energy Board has issued an Errata for Canada’s Energy Future, available on the National Energy Board web site at Please refer to this Errata for details of revisions. The Board apologizes for any inconvenience caused by these changes.

30 January 2008 – Canada’s Energy Future – Reference Case and Scenarios to 2030 – Energy Market Assessment – Errata

November 2007



News Release – NEB report says future energy supply ample and will challenge Canadians to make smart energy choices

Energy Futures

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