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Oil prices are in the dumps, but Enbridge is still feeling the pipeline squeeze

CALGARY, Alberta — Enbridge Inc., Canada’s largest pipeline operator, is nearing full capacity for light crudes on its North American pipeline system and expects crude-by-rail shipments from Western Canada to continue to rise, the head of its pipeline division said on Thursday. 95 more words

Energy

Suncor expects Enbridge Line 9B to start up towards end of Q2 2015

Suncor Energy expects Enbridge Inc’s reversed Line 9B crude pipeline to start up towards the end of the second quarter of 2015, the company’s chief financial officer Alister Cowan said on Wednesday. 258 more words

Energy

Opinion: Canada should stockpile oil while prices are low

While oil is cheap, China is cannily buying up to 700,000 barrels of oil a day to boost its emergency oil reserves.

Ensuring energy security can make governments money. 596 more words

National

Improperly supported hose cause of oil spill near Regina last year

REGINA – An improperly supported flex hose was what caused last year’s spill of 125 barrels of crude oil at an Enbridge pump station south of the city. 392 more words

News

B.C. needs pipeline for public safety, says Tory minister: 'People of Lac Mégantic wished they had pipelines'

OTTAWA • Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s B.C. lieutenant said he’s confident a new oilsands pipeline will eventually be built to the West Coast, and one of his key arguments for such a megaproject is public safety in the Lower Mainland. 792 more words

Canada

Oil wars, marriages, and even a divorce: Why 2014 was a crazy year for Canadian crude

While 2013 was a bit dull and listless, 2014 had the plot of a Hollywood potboiler for those following the global oil patch. From a spate of mergers (and a very expensive divorce), oil price showdowns, ugly pipeline fights worthy of the Real Housewives series, $50 drop in oil prices and geopolitical intrigue as OPEC, U.S. 1,017 more words

Energy

Enbridge Inc shuts down pipeline to U.S. after leak releases 1,350 barrels of oil at pumping station

Canadian oil supplies to the U.S. Midwest were disrupted after Enbridge Inc. shut a pipeline because of a leak.

The company isolated its Line 4 pipe at the Regina terminal in Saskatchewan yesterday after about 1,350 barrels of oil were released within an on-site pumping station, according to a statement. 434 more words

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