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Ewart: Energy policies diverge for parties in Alberta election

The dramatic swings in the price of oil actually pale in comparison with the quickly changing political fortunes in oil-and-gas rich Alberta over the past year. 1,273 more words


TransCanada 'can live with' 1 export terminal for Energy East pipeline

CALGARY – Pipeline operator TransCanada says it can live with having a single export terminal in New Brunswick for its proposed Energy East pipeline.

The Calgary-based company had aimed to also export crude from Cacouna, Que., but scrapped those plans last month. 350 more words


Prentice says Alberta NDP pipeline policy will mirror Mulcair's

EDMONTON – Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Prentice is ratcheting up warnings of a NDP-governed Alberta, bringing federal NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair into the fray and saying the party has a “fundamental distrust of business.” 427 more words


Ewart: NEB chief expects more disclosure in pipeline emergency plans

National Energy Board chairman Peter Watson is warning that much of the pipeline industry’s reluctance to share details of emergency response plans over commercial and safety concerns is simply stuck-in-the-past thinking that he intends to get “unstuck.” 714 more words


Turkey's Growing Energy Demand and What it Means for Regional Stability

Turkey has long been a central hub in natural gas and oil markets. Pipelines from Russia, Iraq and Azerbaijan pass through the region. Additionally there major ports along the Mediterranean as well as along the Black Sea provide major ports for oil tankers. 411 more words

Ewart: Enbridge pulled into Duffy scandal, turns tables on suspended senator

The allegation? Astonishing. The response? Even more remarkable.

The scandal surrounding Mike Duffy reached the oilpatch this week over the contentious issue of pipeline politics following a media report that Enbridge Inc. 779 more words