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ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE
•ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE NATURALLY INCLUDES THE TRADITIONAL
UTILITIES ASSOCIATED WITH ENERGY TRANSPORT AND MANAGEMENT
( NATURAL GAS PIPELINES, ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION LINES, ETC.).
HOWEVER, THE FIELD ALSO COVERS LARGE-SCALE ENERGY MANAGEMENT
TECHNOLOGY SUCH AS ADVANCED ELECTRICITY METERING AND
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, SMART BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, AND MODERN
POWER PLANT CONTROL SYSTEMS. 
NATURAL GAS INFRASTRUCTURE REFERS TO THE PIPELINES USED TO
GATHER, TRANSPORT AND DISTRIBUTE NATURAL GAS FROM PRODUCING
WELLS TO END-USE CONSUMERS. IT ALSO INCLUDES THE FACILITIES USED
IN TRANSPORTATION, LIKE COMPRESSION AND METERING STATIONS,
STORAGE SERVICES AND THE NATURAL GAS PROCESSING FACILITIES
•ELECTRICITY IS GENERATED AT POWER PLANTS AND MOVES THROUGH A
COMPLEX SYSTEM, SOMETIMES CALLED THE  GRID , OF ELECTRICITY
SUBSTATIONS, TRANSFORMERS, AND POWER LINES THAT CONNECT
ELECTRICITY PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS. MOST LOCAL GRIDS ARE
INTERCONNECTED FOR RELIABILITY AND COMMERCIAL PURPOSES,
FORMING LARGER, MORE DEPENDABLE NETWORKS THAT ENHANCE THE
COORDINATION AND PLANNING OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY.
•NOVA SCOTIA HAS THE INFRASTRUCTURE IN PLACE TO SAFELY TRANSPORT
ENERGY FROM THE SOURCE OF EXTRACTION TO REFINING, AND THROUGH
TO MARKETS IN CANADA.
•THAT INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES
•PRODUCTION PLATFORMS
•OFFSHORE RAW AND SALES GAS PIPELINES
•ONSHORE AND OFFSHORE GAS PLANTS
•FRACTIONATION PLANT

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