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Keystone XL writedown pushes TransCanada Corp to $2.5-billion loss in Q4, but still increases dividend

CALGARY – TransCanada Crop. recorded a $2.5-billion net loss following the rejection of its Keystone XL pipeline, but still managed to increase its quarterly dividend by 18 cents. 281 more words

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Federal natural resources minister says pipelines are political

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says don’t expect to see the Liberal government lobbying for Canadian pipelines.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was in Alberta earlier this week, has insisted his government will be a referee, not a “cheerleader,” when it comes to proposed pipeline projects in Canada. 685 more words

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Energy East's 'major supply agreement' will benefit Quebec economy

The company planning to build the Energy East pipeline says it has concluded a “major supply agreement” with an international firm that will benefit the Quebec economy. 116 more words

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Coderre: TransCanada 'treated the consultation snobbishly' on Energy East pipeline

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre is ready to meet with representatives of TransCanada Corp. to discuss their controversial Energy East pipeline, but they’d better have a different plan. 391 more words

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John Robson: On pipelines, Ottawa decides not to decide

In yet another example of its curious reluctance to make choices, the Trudeau government seems unwilling to clear up the confusion over its position on pipelines. 729 more words

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Oilpatch seethes over new environmental rules for pipelines: 'Deeply disappointing'

CALGARY – Many in the oilpatch are quietly seething over Ottawa’s announcement that decisions on the Energy East and Trans Mountain pipelines will be delayed as it studies the projects’ contributions to greenhouse gas emissions. 636 more words

Energy

Ottawa pushes back pipeline approvals, says GHG emissions will be considered

With cautious approval from Alberta’s NDP government, the federal government is overhauling how it examines major energy projects to put more focus on greenhouse gas emissions, and is extending the deadlines for reviewing and deciding on the Energy East and Trans Mountain oil pipelines. 772 more words

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