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Husky update on pipeline incident - July 26, 3:15 pm

From: http://www.huskyenergy.com/news/saskatchewan-updates.asp 

July 26 – 3:15 PM

We would like to provide further detail and clarification regarding our initial report (IRIS) filed with the Saskatchewan government this morning and the sequence of events. 214 more words

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Husky - July 26 Saskatchewan Pipeline Incident Update

Saskatchewan Pipeline Incident Updates

 Husky is responding to a pipeline incident in Saskatchewan. Our primary focus continues to be the safety of the public and the protection of the environment. 231 more words

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Oil transportation decision time coming

At some point in the near future, people will need to choose how the oil will move – tankers, pipelines, rail cars, or a combination or . 193 more words

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Premiers Strike an Agreement in Principle on Internal Trade

Premiers Strike an Agreement in Principle on Internal Trade

WHITEHORSE, July 22, 2016 – Premiers are committed to maintaining a modern and competitive Canadian market. They recognize the role that more open internal trade can play in helping businesses be more productive, create jobs, and grow the economy. 614 more words

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Keystone’s death means record oil revival for Canadian railways

Keystone’s death means record oil revival for Canadian railways

ROBERT TUTTLE AND JEREMY VAN LOON

Bloomberg News

Published Tuesday, Jul. 26, 2016 7:15AM EDT

Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 792 more words

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Husky shuts pipeline indefinitely after Saskatchewan oil spill

Husky shuts pipeline indefinitely after Saskatchewan oil spill

ROD NICKEL AND NIA WILLIAMS

WINNIPEG/CALGARY — Reuters

Published Tuesday, Jul. 26, 2016 6:16AM EDT

Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 403 more words

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Government speeds up phase-out of rail tankers

  • 26 Jul 2016
  • The StarPhoenix
  • DAMON VAN DER LINDE
  • Financial Post

Government speeds up phase-out of rail tankers

MONTREAL The federal government will retire the type of rail tanker cars involved in 2013’s deadly explosion in Lac-Megantic, Que., several months earlier than planned, in part because of a decrease in oil demand easing transportation pressures. 654 more words

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