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Oil has contaminated rivers, wilderness and city streets.
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Take your time, energy companies.
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Canadian pipeline capacity is maxed out, but will we ever need more?
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But the industry tends to go for high-tech methods.
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And lots of it depends on pipelines being built.
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Remember Northern Gateway?
When TransCanada first announced its 4400km Energy East pipeline project from Alberta to Saint John, the spin was all about nation-building. This spin is dependent on the idea that Energy East will see crude produced in the Prairies replace so-called foreign imports to Atlantic Canada.
What was a normal oil price two years ago won't be seen again for a quarter century.
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New rules are coming after an audit that found insufficient tracking of pipeline safety.
Notley said that she has never advocated for the Keystone XL.
WASHINGTON — A U.S. lawmaker says he's hearing that President Barack Obama is about to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, after years of delay and debate.As a vocal supporter of the Canada-to-Texas proj...
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Western Canadian oil producers are at risk of losing $100 billion in the next 15 years if no new pipelines are constructed in North America, according to energy research firm Wood Mackenzie. Canadian...
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WASHINGTON - In a far corner of North Dakota, just a few hundred miles from the proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline, 84,000 barrels of crude oil per day recently began flowing through a new line...
So let's do the math here: three pipelines stretching 4,197 kilometres, generating tens of billions of dollars in profit, the vast bulk of which will leave Canada, for 228 permanent jobs at Enbridge, 50 at Kinder Morgan and 35 at Keystone XL. That's 14 jobs per kilometre. A word to the wise -- don't leave your day job.
The federal government might wish to consider the message it would send if it failed to uphold Enbridge's right to conduct lawful business in Canada, as approved by the National Energy Board, after extensive consultation and public involvement.
As almost everyone knows by now, Canada has some interesting challenges looming when it comes to transporting increasing oil production to markets both inside and outside of Canada. What many Canadians might not realize is how important oil exports are to Canada's economy, and how these exports may have become a crutch.
Quebec's recent Earth Day 2013 celebrations saw a lot of misguided ideas being bandied about by environmental activists who are determined to radically shrink Canada's energy production and consumption based upon a single value: preventing climate change.
Amid a flood of controversy over two proposed pipelines that would ship crude from Alberta’s oilsands to markets overseas, progress is picking up on plans to construct a third pipeline that would brin...
OTTAWA - Canada lost out on about $25 billion in oil revenues last year due to pipeline and production bottlenecks and is expected to lose $15 billion a year going forward until it deals with its infr...
CALGARY - Two major banks are warning that increased pipeline capacity is badly needed to bring Canadian oil to market.In a report released Monday, TD Economics calls pipeline expansion a "national pr...
CALGARY - Jackie Thomas says she'd stand in front of a bulldozer to stop the proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline from being built across B.C. to the Pacific Coast."I would lay down my life for this...