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Enbridge raises 'attack' concerns in Line 9 pipeline filing as opposition mounts

CALGARY — In a sign of the mounting tensions over new energy infrastructure, Enbridge Inc. has raised the possibility of an “attack” on one of its pipelines. 682 more words


Enbridge venting natural gas in Gloucester area

If there’s a foul smell in Gloucester on Tuesday, don’t blame the dog. It was Enbridge.

The company planned to vent natural gas in the area of Innes Road, Highway 417 and Blair Road as it takes a pipeline out of service. 108 more words

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More legal challenges filed in Federal Appeal Court against Northern Gateway nod

The Gitga’at First Nation will ask the Federal Court of Appeal to recognize the band’s aboriginal title along the proposed tanker route where ships would be carrying oil from the Northern Gateway pipeline as part of a legal fight against the proposal. 457 more words


Enbridge pushes Flanagan South oil pipeline start date to Q4

Construction of the 600,000-barrel-per-day Flanagan South oil pipeline from Illinois to Oklahoma will be complete late in the third quarter, with the first oil flowing early in the fourth quarter, operator Enbridge Inc said. 375 more words


Supreme Court land ruling in favour of B.C. First Nation won't impact Northern Gateway, Enbridge CEO says

CALGARY – The recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling recognizing the Tsilhqot’in First Nation’s aboriginal title claim in British Columbia won’t impact the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, Enbridge Inc. 379 more words


Northern Gateway pipeline has Ottawa's conditional approval, but where are the oil shippers?

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. said it has not signed binding contracts with oil shippers for its Northern Gateway pipeline and that it cannot predict when it might secure commercial support for the project, adding to uncertainty over when the Pacific-bound pipeline will be built. 665 more words


The contradiction at the core of Canada's energy policy

It’s now a fairly safe bet that by the October 2015 federal election, it will be fairly obvious that there has been an elaborate shell game going on involving Alberta’s oilsands, a bewildering array of pipeline megaprojects, and the post-Kyoto climate commitments Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged to keep under something called the Copenhagen Accord. 1,007 more words