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Cost of oil transported by pipelines up 60% in five years, NEB says

CALGARY • It’s getting more expensive to export a barrel of oil from Canada by pipeline.

Commercial variations of steam-assisted gravity drainage, or SAGD, date to the 1970s. 840 more words


Emboldened Canada pipeline opponents push for referendum

Opponents of Canada’s Northern Gateway pipeline, bolstered by a coastal town’s vote against the project, said on Monday they will now push harder for a provincial referendum they hope would kill Enbridge Inc’s plan to move oil sands crude to Asian markets. 749 more words


Kitimat’s Kafkaesque plebiscite on Northern Gateway

In Franz Kafka’s surreal 1920 novel The Trial, a man known simply as K. finds himself unexpectedly arrested by two unidentified agents for an unspecified crime. 808 more words


First Nations proposes Northern Gateway pipeline alternative following plebiscite setback

TORONTO/CALGARY — As Enbridge Inc. reels from the rejection by residents of Kitimat, B.C. of the Northern Gateway pipeline, a First Nations-led consortium is seeking to build an alternative project that would link Alberta’s oil sands to the British Columbia coast. 781 more words


Northern Gateway plebiscite for Kitimat residents will be influential in pipeline project's outcome

CALGARY • Residents of Kitimat on the Northern Coast of British Columbia are going to the polls Saturday for an unusual vote on the Northern Gateway oil sands pipeline, the climax of an election-style campaign between builder Enbridge Inc., representing Canada’s oil community, and Douglas Channel Watch, representing the environmental lobby. 801 more words


Enbridge, Crescent plan Canadian crude re-exports from U.S to global markets

Crescent Point Energy Corp. and Enbridge Inc. are planning to re-export Canadian crude from the United States, the two companies said Friday.

Enbridge’s U.S. subsidiary Tidal Energy Marketing has a license to export “limited quantities” of Canadian-origin oil from a U.S. 458 more words


From Keystone to Northern Gateway, pipeline execs admit 'stumbles' in addressing environmental concerns

TORONTO • As greater preoccupation with the environment translated into more opposition to fossil fuel projects, Canadian energy industry leaders say they could have done a better job of addressing the concerns. 616 more words