I think I'm reasonably well versed in issues surrounding the Energy East Pipeline, both economic and environmental. But I am struck by how, in any official TransCanada communications about environmental implications of the project, climate change is never mentioned.
According to Martyn Brown, "No corporation, no industry, no union gives the level of money that they give to politicians without expecting special consideration in return, and they do get it." Here's a sampling of what "special considerations" might mean.
As the debate raged and the cross-border rhetoric went nuclear over Keystone XL, the good folks at Enbridge were craftily and quietly shipping hundreds of thousands of barrels per day of tar sands bitumen from Alberta. This line, cavalierly called the Alberta Clipper, which at first shipped 450,000 barrels a day from the tar sands is designed to carry an astounding 800,000 barrels a day to Illinois.
CALGARY - TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) says it plans to build a $1.9-billion pipeline to help feed Chevron Corp. and Apache
CALGARY - A natural gas pipeline explosion south of Winnipeg came at a bad time for not only the thousands unable to heat
CALGARY - Service on a natural gas pipeline that feeds oilsands producers in northern Alberta has been mostly restored after
CALGARY - TransCanada Corp. said Friday it likely has enough support to build its Energy East project, which would connect
It didn't take long for Harper to express his opinions about Chavez's government after his death. On the very same day that
Tony Clement says David Suzuki and other environmentalists are again standing in the way of building public support for pipelines
CALGARY - Mexican authorities have awarded TransCanada Corp. a second contract in a week to build a natural gas pipeline