National Energy Board. NEB is the FERC's Canadian counterpart. NEB is responsible for regulating the construction, operation and rates (tolls) of inter-provincial and international pipelines.
National Energy Board. The Canadian regulatory body which oversees inter-provincial natural gas policy.
National Energy Board. The federal regulatory agency in Canada that authorizes oil, natural gas, and electricity exports; certifies interprovincial and international pipelines, and designated interprovincial and international power lines; and sets tolls and tariffs for oil and gas pipelines under federal jurisdiction.
The Canadian National Energy Board. The NEB is the Canadian Federal regulatory board that deals with energy-related policy issues. Among other responsibilities, it regulates the construction and tolls (rates) of all inter-provincial natural gas pipelines. [ ONE
National Energy Board. The main functions of the NEB are to regulate the services of utilities, and establish fair and reasonable rates. It approves utility activities with respect to location, construction and operations.