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Calgary-based Enbridge sheds another 1,000 jobs, 6% of its workforce

Enbridge Inc. is shedding another 1,000 jobs after its $37-billion takeover of Spectra Energy Corp.

The Calgary-based pipeline firm said the cuts — which represent six per cent of its workforce — are part of the “synergies” it expects as the combined company full integrates over the coming months. 131 more words

Energy

Enbridge to cut 1,000 positions after buying Spectra Energy

Calgary-based Enbridge Inc said on Wednesday it would cut about 1,000 positions, or 6 percent of its work force, after buying Spectra Energy Corp of Houston, the first layoffs since the deal. 240 more words

Economy

Enbridge Inc says it will cut 1,000 positions following $37 billion acquisition of Spectra Energy

CALGARY — Canada’s Enbridge Inc said on Wednesday it would cut about 1,000 positions, or 6 percent of its work force, after buying Spectra Energy Corp of Houston, the first layoffs since the deal. 145 more words

Energy

Officials investigating oil spill near Strathcona County Enbridge facility

Enbridge continued clean-up operations Tuesday of a synthetic crude oil spill from a tank valve at its Edmonton terminal in Strathcona County the day before. 265 more words

Local News

Alliance offers natural gas producers more access to the east as West Coast LNG prospects fade

CALGARY – After inking a deal to send 1.5 billion cubic feet per day more Western Canadian natural gas to Toronto, domestic companies are now considering sending another 500 million cubic feet per day to Chicago as Canadian liquefied natural gas projects are stalled. 566 more words

Energy

Oil pipeline bottlenecks expected as early as this year as Canadian output beats estimates, warns Morgan Stanley

CALGARY – Canadian pipelines will fill up earlier than expected and, according to a new report, lead to a surge in oil-by-rail shipments as early as this year. 496 more words

Energy

Yedlin: In Houston, Notley makes case for Alberta

HOUSTON – Rachel Notley was in a tough spot Monday.

Appearing on the final panel on the first day at CERAWeek, Alberta’s premier was explaining the province’s journey from having the country’s highest carbon emissions per capita to becoming only the second province with a carbon tax while transitioning away from coal-fired electricity. 773 more words

Politics