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Peter Hadekel: Quebec just doesn't need more oil

The debate in Quebec over the proposed Energy East pipeline took a familiar turn last week when the pipeline’s promoter, TransCanada Corp., announced a job-creating deal with a potential supplier. 675 more words

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Athabasca enlists Murphy Oil in $475-million Duvernay joint venture

Athabasca Oil Corp. has finally landed the partner it started looking for three years ago, announcing Wednesday it had enlisted Arkansas-based Murphy Oil Corp. to invest $475 million in a joint venture to develop its Alberta Duvernay and Montney formation assets. 425 more words

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Northern Gateway pipeline gets handed another setback from B.C. Supreme Court

VANCOUVER — An alliance of First Nations is celebrating a British Columbia Supreme Court ruling that it says could set back the Northern Gateway pipeline by years and throw a wrench into another high-profile project review. 667 more words

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Fortney: Mature local ladies take it off for charity

For much of her 86 years on the planet, Sybil has spent her time in front of a sewing machine.

“I made my own clothes, then later, clothes for my five daughters,” says the University of Manitoba class of ’52 interior design graduate. 751 more words

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Activists sabotage Enbridge pipeline near Cambridge, Ontario to protest shipment of oilsands crude

TORONTO — Enbridge Inc. says flow on a pipeline through southwestern Ontario was shut down for several hours by protester activity near Cambridge, Ont.

Spokesman Graham White says the protesters partially restricted flow on Enbridge Line 7 on Sunday night by tampering with a manual valve. 117 more words

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Gary Lamphier: CAPP chief sees more pain ahead for Alberta's oilpatch

To borrow a line from Queen Elizabeth II, 2015 will be remembered in energy industry lore as an annus horribilis (horrible year). Whenever it looked as if the news couldn’t possibly get any worse, it did. 1,014 more words

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Ewart: As Canada wavers on pipelines, U.S. gives go ahead for oil exports

As Canadians waver over new oil pipelines and increased exports, the United States — a long-time customer for Canada’s oil, suddenly turned competitor — has seemingly fewer qualms about putting economic interests ahead of environmental concerns and approving exports of crude oil into the global market for the first time in decades. 740 more words

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