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TransCanada Corp seeks U.S. permit for new Upland pipeline

TransCanada Corp. is seeking a new oil pipeline permit from U.S. President Barack Obama, even as it waits for a verdict on its six-year-old Keystone XL proposal. 119 more words


Canadian crude oil growth expected to slow next year

By Robert Tuttle

Canada’s crude output growth will slow to 17,000 barrels a day by next year after oil lost half its value, according to the Canadian Energy Research Institute. 275 more words


TransCanada Corp's Energy East pipeline promise fails to convince Quebec: 'You have to bring some benefits'

Quebec wants more evidence from TransCanada Corp. that its Energy East pipeline will benefit the province after a marine terminal was scrapped from the plan, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Pierre Arcand said. 759 more words


Pacific NorthWest LNG welcomes B.C. gas pipe OK

Regulatory OK of a natural gas pipeline expansion in B.C. improves the likelihood that the Petronas-led Pacific NorthWest LNG project will be built, but a final investment decision still awaits other government approvals, the proponent said Thursday. 685 more words


Canada's oil industry set to be more vocal in energy conversation

Canada’s inability to secure new market access for its crude oil is compounding an already-depressed oil price environment and has the potential to drive investments away from the country’s biggest sector, industry experts warn. 865 more words


Scotiabank CEO calls for end to political bickering over energy projects

By Doug Alexander

Canadian leaders must put aside bickering and indecision to ensure major energy projects get done before global markets move on to other suppliers, Bank of Nova Scotia chief executive Brian Porter said in his first foray into public policy. 415 more words


TransCanada willing to forgo Quebec terminal to gain support for Energy East

By Rebecca Penty

TransCanada Corp. and its oil-producer customers are prepared to forgo plans for a marine terminal in Quebec to win support for the $12 billion Energy East oil pipeline, the company’s largest project. 768 more words