CALGARY, Alberta — Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) will push for a shift in standards for pipeline parts after TransCanada Corp and Enbridge Inc discovered some that they were using had been substandard, a senior regulatory official told Reuters. 393 more words
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CALGARY – Enbridge Inc. plans to expand its main oil pipeline system and its newly acquired natural gas pipeline system in B.C. as production of both commodities continue to rise in Western Canada. 593 more words
A significant campaign promise for the Trudeau government was a re-invention of the regulatory approval process for major energy pipelines, to “restore public trust and confidence” in federal regulatory decision-making. 821 more words
The National Energy Board, as we know it, is soon to become a chapter in the history of Canada’s growth as an energy producer.
A five-member panel appointed last December to recommend changes to the NEB delivered its report Monday. 1,006 more words
Enbridge Inc. faced renewed pressure Thursday to come to grips with an uninterrupted wave of First Nations opposition to pipeline projects both inside and outside its meeting of shareholders. 842 more words
CALGARY – Enbridge Inc. announced plans Thursday for a $1-billion expansion of its British Columbia natural gas pipeline system, as a result of booming domestic natural gas production. 473 more words