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Consultation key to Energy East project say NB Premier, Pipeline officials

Premier Brian Gallant served as keynote speaker at a conference of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) in Fredericton Thursday.

Gallant, who’s staunchly in favour of the Energy East project, spoke to the room of executives and members about the need to converse with residents to lay safety fears to rest and drum up the necessary support. 217 more words

Economy

Será que Moçambique já desperdiçou da sua chance de aproveitamento do gás natural?

Moçambique passou boa parte do último empréstimo contraído década a asegurar o seu futuro. As dívidas estão vindo agora, devido, mas o gás natural que era suposto para pagar os empréstimos multimilionários ainda está para vir online. 914 more words

Mocambique

O gasoduto "African Renaissance" pretende manter o controlo do gas natural nas mãos dos Moçambicanos

Pretende-se construir um gasoduto a partir do distrito moçambicano do norte de Palma para a província Sul-Africano de Gauteng deu um passo adiante quando um acordo de parceria para construir o gasoduto foi assinado em Maputo na sexta-feira, de acordo com um relatório na edição do diário independente de segunda-feira “O Pais”. 296 more words

NACIONAL

Pipeline Project Halted; Now What?

NEW MILFORD TOWNSHIP — Now that a controversial pipeline project was put on hold by officials in New York State, there are all kinds of questions for folks in our area: namely, what does the stoppage mean for people who would have benefited? 385 more words

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Enbridge pipeline replacement into US conditionally approved by NEB

CALGARY – The National Energy Board has recommended Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement pipeline into the U.S. be approved, subject to 89 conditions.

The $7.5 billion Line 3 Replacement project involves rebuilding a 1,660-kilometre pipeline that’s nearly a half-century old and has had several ruptures over the years. 72 more words

Economy

Pipeline developers vow to fight New York permit rejection

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Developers of a 124-mile pipeline designed to transport natural gas from Pennsylvania’s shale fields say they’ll challenge New York’s rejection of a critical permit. 97 more words

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