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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

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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

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Keystone XL: Waiting for the light bulb moment

It’s been almost three years since the administration of Barack Obama started stalling and eventually deferred approval of the Keystone XL pipeline – an unexpected setback that took a massive toll on the Canadian economy. 1,188 more words

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Recommendations for Québec's Next Energy Policy Emphasize Energy Efficiency, Support Pipelines

A 2-person commission appointed to review energy issues in Québec reported to the government in January 2014, generally recommending a change in direction to emphasize energy efficiency and limit new infrastructure investment. 158 more words

How Europe is turning to North America to wean itself off Russian energy exports

As Russia moved at lightning speed to annex Ukraine’s Crimea region, a hapless Europe continued to move at an oil tankers’ pace to wean itself off Moscow’s formidable energy resources. 1,034 more words

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Energy East pipeline boon for refineries an 'empty promise' because most oil will go overseas: Report

CALGARY — The proposed Energy East pipeline won’t be the boon to Eastern Canadian refineries that supporters claim because the vast majority of the oil in it would be bound for export markets, environmental groups argue in a report being released Tuesday. 548 more words

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CERAWeek 2014 - Upstream Plenary: Opportunity Rich or Poor? State of the Global Upstream

Peter Jackson, Vice President, Upstream Research, IHS, chaired the upstream plenary “Opportunity Rich or Poor? State of the Global Upstream.” In his opening remarks, he discussed the level of change and complexity in the upstream oil and gas business, as well as the challenges surrounding the management of aboveground issues. 606 more words

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