Ecclesiastes 3 is unlikely to be required reading among the political strategists and general hangers-about charged with plotting a repeat victory for our current provincial government. 656 more words
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OTTAWA — Canadian oil and gas companies are disappointed at being left off the shortlist from Ottawa’s $950-million “supercluster” program, a decision that comes as the energy sector struggles to shrug off the image that it’s in decline and slow to innovate. 874 more words
CALGARY – Pipeline outages and maintenance work have caused volatile swings in Alberta natural gas prices, even pushing them into negative territory recent days.
In the past few weeks, Alberta’s benchmark AECO prices have fallen into negative territory – meaning producers have had to pay customers to take their gas – on multiple days. 539 more words
WINNIPEG Federal efforts to build greater consensus on a long-term energy strategy for Canada met reality Thursday, as Alberta’s energy minister warned about the dangers of “the pendulum swinging too far” against oil and gas, but her British Columbia counterpart stuck to her guns in opposing the proposed Trans Mountain oil pipeline while her province pivots toward green energy. 644 more words
I was a senior officer of TransCanada Pipelines when the Energy East project was conceived and developed commercially, up to the mid-summer of 2014 when I retired (I continue to be a shareholder but obviously I am no longer a company insider). 810 more words