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TransCanada posts $2.5 billion loss in Q4

CALGARY – TransCanada Corp. said Thursday it lost $2.5 billion in the fourth quarter — mostly because of its stalled Keystone XL pipeline proposal.

The Calgary-based company took a $2.9-billion non-cash charge related to Keystone XL which was blocked by U.S. 385 more words


Have no new pipelines been built since 2011? It depends who you ask

Late last month, the federal government added new criteria to the approval process for major resource projects, while putting off a decision on two proposed oil pipelines for several months. 1,172 more words


SB 134: Fixing a Problem With Permitting

Senator Troy Heinert, D-Mission, has brought to the legislature Senate Bill 134. The bill is up for a hearing in Senate Commerce and Energy tomorrow, and needs to pass to ensure time is not wasted on permitting facilities that will never be built. 294 more words

Legislative Update

Donald Trump Gets Booed Over Eminent Domain, Attacks the Crowd Instead

During tonight’s GOP debate in New Hampshire, Donald Trump was asked about his feelings about eminent domain and whether it is an appropriate tool.

Trump in part replied, “So many people have hit me with commercials and other things about eminent domain.  255 more words

2016 / Politics

Zombie Keystone XL Pipeline Comes Back in the Form of - a Resolution?

by Paul Seamans, DRA Board Member and Landowner Crossed by the Pipeline Formerly Known as Keystone XL

The South Dakota and Nebraska folks in opposition to the Keystone XL refer to it as the Zombie Pipeline, the pipeline that won’t die. 489 more words

Legislative Update

Transcanada's Keystone XL Suit illustrates problem with TPP, Free Trade fantasies

The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a secret trade agreement that will adversely affect the environment, worker’s rights, cost of medicines, internet freedoms, food safety, intellectual property rights and indigenous rights.  99 more words

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Oil prices to stay under $US100 until 2040, says NEB report

TORONTO – The National Energy Board says crude oil prices are projected to rise to more than US$100 a barrel by 2040.

Peter Watson, the board’s chairman and CEO, says in a prepared text of a speech that the regulator is taking a long-term view of the country’s energy future in a report to be released today. 298 more words