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TransCanada Corp's Energy East pipeline application should be suspended, groups tell federal regulator

TORONTO — More than 60 organizations are calling on the National Energy Board to suspend TransCanada’s application for the Energy East pipeline.

Groups including Greenpeace Canada, the Council of Canadians and the David Suzuki Foundation said in a letter to the federal pipeline regulator that it should suspend the review process while waiting for new information from the company. 380 more words

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Even Keystone XL foes growing weary of Obama’s delay

By Jim Snyder

Keystone XL supporters often complain that President Barack Obama’s delay in deciding on whether to allow the oil pipeline to be built is costing jobs and keeping the U.S. 687 more words

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Canadian energy stocks plunge following Alberta NDP victory

By Rebecca Penty, Robert Tuttle and Eric Lam

Canadian energy stocks from Suncor Energy Inc. to Cenovus Energy Inc. tumbled after the New Democratic Party swept to power in Alberta, pledging to raise corporate taxes in an industry already buffeted by low oil prices and stalled pipelines. 1,126 more words

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A whiff of falsehood: Cow pasture carries evidence debunking Obama KXL claim

BAKER, Mont. – U.S. President Barack Obama’s claims about the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline have been raising eyebrows lately in this tiny oil-industry town in eastern Montana. 704 more words

Debunking Obama's oft-repeated claims that Keystone XL would only ship Canadian crude oil

BAKER, Mont. — U.S. President Barack Obama’s claims about the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline have been raising eyebrows lately in this tiny oil-industry town in eastern Montana. 726 more words

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Barrelling through: How Canada's oil will find its way to the end point of Keystone XL

HOUSTON • The end point of the Keystone XL pipeline, at the western tip of a 77-kilometre segment that runs from Port Arthur, Tex., to the huge refineries lining the Houston Ship Channel, hardly resembles the flashpoint of the most intense controversy to hit Canada-U.S. 2,624 more words

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TransCanada Corp. CEO says Keystone XL and Energy East pipelines need political support

ALGARY – Albertan politicians should promote oilsands and pipeline projects in Washington D.C. and overseas, the head of TransCanada Corp., the company seeking approvals to build the Keystone XL and Energy East pipelines, said Friday. 324 more words

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