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Pipeline Politics: Updates

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland (January 20 – 23), Canadians saw their Prime Minister in a new light. Trudeau with a world celebrity filter. 602 more words

Trudeau

Natural resources minister tries to reassure oilpatch

On the day Alberta’s unemployment rate was revealed to have reached 7.4 per cent, exceeding the national rate for the first time since 1988, and in a week where energy companies released a slew of bad news, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr faced an audience of oilpatch representatives seeking reassurances the federal government will support pipeline project construction. 748 more words

Energy

ISSUES: Canadian Bitumen from Alberta Threatens the Gulf of Maine

Bitumen from Alberta is destined for export via tankers through the Gulf of Maine. Data shows that traffic from Saint John, NB will double. Along with proposed and existing offshore drilling for gas and oil, dumping of fracking and mine wastes, coastal nuclear plant problems and more, Canadian activities continue to threaten the Gulf of Maine ecosystem. 1,108 more words

Bay Of Fundy

Ewart: As oilpatch asks politicians for help, Suncor says it "overachieved" with layoffs

Shortly before Steve Williams and other top oil and gas CEOs met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley to seek help for the battered industry, the chief executive at Suncor Energy told analysts Canada’s largest energy company had “significantly overachieved” in its plans to cut 1,000 workers last year. 790 more words

Energy

Nenshi urges big city mayors to work together to get pipelines built

OTTAWA — Mayor Naheed Nenshi is in the nation’s capital, urging mayors across the country to support pipelines while learning how soon federal cash will bolster Calgary’s infrastructure. 1,045 more words

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Energy East pipeline application too hard to understand, says NEB

CALGARY – The National Energy Board says TransCanada’s application to build the Energy East pipeline is too hard to understand and is directing the company to make changes. 260 more words

Canada

Protesters demonstrate as NEB pipeline hearing enters its final phase

CALGARY – After nearly two years, the National Energy Board’s review of the proposed Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline project is now in its final phase. 169 more words

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