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Energy East pipeline will cost more than $12 billion, TransCanada says

By Lauren Krugel

It’s looking like the Energy East project is going to get more expensive.

TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP), the company planning to build the controversial cross-Canada oil pipeline, had been estimating it would cost $12 billion. 462 more words


TransCanada Corp could nix plan for Quebec export terminal linked to Energy East pipeline

TransCanada Corp. could abandon plans for an oil export terminal in Quebec linked to its proposed Energy East oil pipeline, where the price tag has escalated beyond $12 billion due to route changes and escalating construction costs. 491 more words


TransCanada Corp profit rises on Alberta power and pipe volumes

TransCanada Corp., which divides its business between pipelines and power plants, reported higher second-quarter profit as electricity prices in Alberta rose and the company transported more fuel. 274 more words


First Nations national chief talks relationships, and lawsuits, with Calgary business leaders

The head of the Assembly of First Nations told a Calgary business crowd Wednesday the energy industry must do a better job on safety and protecting the environment if it wants to earn the trust of Canada’s aboriginal people. 754 more words


Add crippling pipeline shortage to Canada natural gas woes as U.S. floods market

Canadian natural gas producers are losing more ground to U.S. competitors as an acute shortage of pipeline space forces them to cap output.

Producers have been shutting in supplies this year over a capacity squeeze poised to last another few months on TransCanada Corp.’s NGTL system in Alberta, as the pipeline company undertakes inspections and repairs ordered by regulators. 636 more words


Lack of pipeline space forces gas producers to dial back growth plans

By Rebecca Penty

Canadian natural gas producers are losing more ground to U.S. competitors as an acute shortage of pipeline space is forcing them to curb growth. 564 more words


Premiers’ energy plan lacks pledges on pipelines or emissions

By Josh Wingrove and Allison McNeely

Canada’s premiers are nearing a final agreement on an energy plan that lacks firm commitments on pipelines or emissions control, after three years of talks kicked off when petrol-rich Alberta first proposed a strategy to unlock development of oil, hydro and other energy resources. 964 more words