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Trump shapes early changes to U.S. energy strategy

Donald Trump’s advisers have prepared a short list of energy and environmental policy changes he can take now that he has been sworn in as president, including steps to limit the role climate change plays in government decisions and speed the review of cross-border pipelines. 706 more words

Politics

Editorial: Payout for pipeline expansion raises questions (with poll)

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark’s blessing of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is great news for the project, which would triple the volume of Alberta bitumen transported to a terminal in Burnaby on the West Coast. 449 more words

Editorials

Notley shrugs off B.C.'s economic deal with Kinder Morgan

Premier Rachel Notley says she’s not concerned about the potential fallout from British Columbia receiving payments from Kinder Morgan to allow expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. 538 more words

Politics

Alberta natural gas producers eye west coast pipelines as eastern market share erodes

While the Canadian oilpatch is fixating on crude oil pipelines, natural gas player Seven Generations Energy Ltd. is eager to see some movement on natural gas pipelines to tap the Asian market. 723 more words

Energy

M&As involving Canadian companies hit 9-year high as pipeline operators step up acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions involving Canadian companies soared to a nine-year high in 2016, driven by a record string of pipeline deals by energy firms frustrated at home. 799 more words

Investing

Province settles power dispute with two more companies

The Alberta government will avoid prolonged legal battles with two energy companies after settling disputes over cancelled power contracts, but there are few details surrounding the deals and the impacts on consumers. 270 more words

Energy

TransCanada to proceed with $655M northern Alberta natural gas pipeline

TransCanada Corp. says it’s moving ahead with a $655-million expansion of its Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. system in northwestern Alberta.

The company says the Saddle West Expansion Project will add 29 kilometres of pipeline capacity to existing routes, as well as five compressor units, that together will increase the capacity of the system by about 355 million cubic feet per day. 95 more words

Energy