Yes, There Is A Keystone XL Plan B

WASHINGTON - Frustrated by yet another regulatory delay, the company behind the stalled Keystone XL pipeline project is delivering a message in the U.S. capital: it's getting involved in the rail busi...

How Canada Botched Keystone XL

Jane Kleeb was about as blunt as you can get. “TransCanada fumbled things from the beginning,” the Nebraskan activist said. “If they would have listened to the majority of Nebraskans they would have h...

Pipeline Safety FAIL

CALGARY - A National Energy Board audit has found room for improvement when it comes to TransCanada Corp.'s (TSX:TRP) pipeline safety practices.Although the federal energy watchdog is "of the view tha...

The Week In Review: Keystone's Safe, But It'll Still Have to Wait

This week, the U.S. State Department gave the Keystone XL pipeline an environmental thumbs up. In its latest report on the project, the department stated that Keystone wouldn't have a significant environmental impact and wouldn't create unacceptable levels of greenhouse gases. So how much longer can Obama stall before making a decision? Can he ignore the 42,000 jobs and $3.4-billion the report suggests Keystone would bring to the U.S. economy? Probably yes. Any decision Obama makes will inevitably alienate part of his constituency, either environmentalists or unionists, so he has an interest in putting it off as long as possible.

Wall Cautions On Keystone Optimism

REGINA - Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says a long-awaited report by the U.S. State Department on the Keystone XL pipeline is cause for some optimism.However, Wall also cautions that at the end of th...

LOOK: Pipeline Explodes In Manitoba

ST. PIERRE-JOLYS, Man. - Several thousand people in southern Manitoba have been told that a pipeline explosion could mean they'll be without natural gas service for up to several days as temperatures...

You Should Be Outraged!

TORONTO — The chief executives of two of Canada's biggest energy companies say Canadians should be outraged by criticism of the oilsands. Cenovus Energy president and chief executive Brian Ferguson sa...

Mexico On TransCanada's Mind

CALGARY - The CEO of TransCanada Corp. sees opportunities to build new oil pipelines in Mexico, which is poised to end its government's monopoly on energy development and open its oilfields up to fore...

Keystone Now Pumping Oil

CALGARY - Oil has begun to flow on the southern leg of TransCanada Corp.'s (TSX:TRP) Keystone XL pipeline.Spokesman Shawn Howard says the company began filling the US$2.3-billion line with oil Saturda...