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What Notley needs to tell the rest of Canada: No carbon tax in Alberta without pipeline support

The centerpiece of the Alberta government’s carbon policy announced in November 2015 was a province-wide carbon tax of significant stringency — $30/tonne — on greenhouse gas emissions. 752 more words

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TransCanada's Columbia Pipeline offers to buy Columbia Pipeline Partners for US$848M in cash

TransCanada Corp said on Monday its unit, Columbia Pipeline Group, offered to buy Columbia Pipeline Partners LP for about US$848 million in cash.

The $15.75 per common unit offer represents a premium of 11.3 per cent to Columbia Pipeline Partners’ 30-day average closing price as of Sept. 119 more words

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TransCanada agrees to buy Columbia Pipeline for $848M

TransCanada Corp. agreed to buy all outstanding units of Columbia Pipeline Partners LP, the master limited partnership it controls, for about $848 million in cash. 125 more words

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Canada is pumping so much oil to the U.S. there are not enough pipelines to carry it

Canada is sending a record amount of oil to the U.S., filling pipelines to capacity and threatening to push more crude into rail cars.

U.S. imports from its northern neighbour jumped 17 per cent to 3.46 million barrels a day last week, the U.S. 563 more words

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Look for heavy Canadian crude prices to fall as supply exceeds pipeline space

Canada is sending a record amount of oil to the U.S., filling pipelines to capacity and threatening to push more crude into rail cars.

U.S. imports from Canada jumped 17 per cent to 3.46 million barrels a day last week, the U.S. 394 more words

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Don Macpherson: Canada is stumbling towards another Quebec crisis, this time over pipelines

Canada is gradually and blindly stumbling toward this generation’s Meech Lake.

That’s the familiar name of the 1987 agreement among Ottawa and the provinces proposing to grant Quebec a form of special status in the Constitution. 672 more words

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TransCanada bid for new pipeline deal stirs fear of 10-year tolls

TransCanada Corp. and Alberta natural gas producers agree they need a new pipeline deal to fend off rival U.S. supplies. The challenge is to agree on how long it should last. 775 more words

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