Alberta Premier Rachel Notley tried to reassure bigwigs in the energy industry Wednesday that her government will strive to ensure the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion gets built despite political opposition in British Columbia. 443 more words
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I breathe blue and green
and feel the air on my face
while the wind pushes the clouds
in their playful race
the ponds are a sheer shelter… 337 more words
The National Energy Board asked for comments on possible changes to environmental assessment for Energy East. I wrote this letter to urge them to widen their scope of climate impact assessment of the Energy East pipeline. 1,724 more words
At present, 2.5 million miles of existing natural gas pipelines exist in the United States, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. With the share of natural gas used to fuel power plants expected to keep rising, gas producers are saying that between 29,000 and 62,000 miles of new pipeline is needed over the next 25 years. 984 more words
Massillon Short-Line Railroad Creates North America's Largest Pipe Yard, Soybeans, Cement Are Next Projects
A short-line railroad established three years ago in Massillon has established the largest pipe yard in North America.
Republic Short Line Railroad has also forged deals to store and distribute cement, and to transload soybeans in export containers. 383 more words
B.C. Green Leader Andrew Weaver says Alberta should “get with the program” and move away from oil and gas.
OK, let’s do it.
The first step would be to stop shipments through the existing Kinder Morgan pipeline to the B.C. 682 more words