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Enbridge CEO downplays need for competing pipelines till at least 2025

CALGARY – Pipeline giant Enbridge Inc. cast doubt on the need for its competitors’ oil pipelines Friday, when the company’s top executive said only one of its rivals’ three major crude oil pipelines would fill up in the medium term after Enbridge completes its own projects. 513 more words


Enbridge to invest $1.7B in German wind farm

Enbridge Inc. says it will invest $1.7 billion in a North Sea off-shore wind energy project off the coast of Germany.

The Calgary-based company says it will have 50 per cent ownership of the Hohe See project once the staged investment is complete, while German utility EnBW will continue to own the other 50 per cent. 183 more words


Enbridge Inc invests $1.7 billion in German wind park in North Sea, one of Europe’s largest yet

FRANKFURT — Canadian energy infrastructure group Enbridge Inc has bought a 49.9 per cent stake in EnBW’s 1.8 billion euro (US$1.9 billion) North Sea offshore park Hohe See, EnBW said on Friday. 231 more words


N.W.T. town fears for future if Imperial shuts 1920-era wells

When oil topped US$100 a barrel three years ago, the tiny village of Norman Wells was gearing up to be the “Dubai of the Mackenzie River,” with oil revenue bringing prosperity to all. 814 more words


Alberta cancer rates trending down, fundraising crucial to the fight

When Nigel Brockton was first diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma as an 18-year-old, the five-year survival rate was a mere 10 per cent. When the cancer returned three years later, his chance of survival rose to 50 per cent. 507 more words

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Yedlin: Too soon to claim victory on Keystone XL pipeline

Much ink has been spilled discussing the merits of market access for Canada’s oil and natural gas production over the past decade.

Whether it was Enbridge’s Northern Gateway, TransCanada’s Keystone XL or Kinder Morgan Canada’s Trans Mountain expansion, pipelines, politics and economic growth have dominated headlines. 791 more words


Yedlin: Why Calgary should house Canada's infrastructure bank

Last November, the prime minister’s economic advisory council determined an infrastructure bank was the right mechanism to spur investment in the upgrading or replacement of existing infrastructure, with the ultimate goal of boosting economic growth. 893 more words