CAPP predicts Canadian oil production to rise 1.4M bpd by 2035
Increase to 5.6 million bpd in the next 17 years mainly due to a rise in oil sands production to 4.2 million bpd.
NS extends deadline again to find buyer for former wind plant
New parties have expressed an interest in the former DSME facility in Trenton.
Strained US Canada relationship backs arguments for pipeline, say Liberals
Current trade troubles points to the nee for a more diverse market of energy.
Spill at Trans Mountain station larger than BC government first reported
Spill volume reported from company’s Darfield station north of Kamloops on May 27 revised to 4,800 litres from 100 litres.
CPP Investment Board approached about Trans Mountain, CEO says no decision yet
Morneau predicted Trudeau government will have no difficulty selling Trans Mountain pipeline; after uncertainty about its future is resolved.
Province launches two reviews into BC Hydro over costs, future
An advisory group that includes staff from government ministries and BC Hydro will conduct the first review.
Carbon Engineering says it’s sucking carbon from air, making fuel
BC company says it’s doing it for less than one-third the cost of other companies working on the same technology.
Statistics Canada says trade deficit narrowed to $1.9B in April
Canadian exporters in for a rough ride, says TD.
Trans Mountain deal fails to change Suncor position on Canadian competitiveness
Energy company is ramping up production of its Fort Hills oil sands mine, but has approved no other major growth projects in northern Alberta.
Trudeau to talk Trans Mountain pipeline with Indigenous leaders in B.C.
Possible interest from First Nation in pipeline stake.
China: Smaller trade surplus, OK. But tech concessions? No.
Asian giant draws line in sand over tech policies.
Why build a pipeline if we prohibit oil tanker traffic?
Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the BC north coast.
Trans Mountain protests continue, environment minister says it’s time to move on
Rallies held across country, opposition not backing down.
Key Kinder Morgan executives offered $1.5 million retention bonuses
Payments conditional on continued employment; stiff opposition from NDP, Conservatives.
Malaysia’s Petronas to purchase equity stake in LNG Canada project
Announcement comes less than a year after Petronas and partners scrapped $36-billion megaproject in BC.
Trans Mountain? Then revive Energy East pipeline: Raitt
Morneau warns the Kinder Morgan deal does not set a new precedent for other projects.
Deal by Kinder Morgan Canada to sell Trans Mountain welcomed with misgivings
Reaction from oil firms to news of feds’ acquisition a mixed-bag.
Crescent Point Energy names new chief executive as part of transformation plan
Craig Bryksa named interim president and chief executive.
Federal government spending $4.5B to buy Trans Mountain pipeline, B.C. terminal
The feds will take over construction, likely in August, with a view to eventually selling the whole thing down the road.
Leaked audit suggests BC environment rules for energy industry being ignored
Commission spokesman said the audit wasn’t released because it was undertaken before some of the new rules were brought in.
Trudeau mum on pipeline even as May 31 deadline looms
Financial discussions continue, but he also says there is nothing yet to say publicly.
Green leader Elizabeth May gets $1,500 fine for contempt in pipeline arrest
Arrested in March protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Burnaby, BC.
Energy connects with the IIoT: Leveraging the power of information
How connected devices in the oil and gas industry create value.
Northern BC gas pipeline to supply LNG industry wins NEB approval
Allows TransCanada to construct most of its North Montney Mainline project for about $1.4 billion.
Singh abandons neutrality, says ‘No’ to Trans Mountain
Morneau’s promise to cover construction overruns caused by political interference pushed him into opposition.
Future of massive Nova Scotia wind tower plant remains a mystery
Optimism is low that the former DSME Trenton facility will re-open as a major employer.
Morneau pressed for true cost to families from federal carbon tax
…But Liberals dodged the questions amid differing numbers with the parliamentary budget office on the impact to GDP.
No suitors emerge for pipeline project stake as Kinder Morgan deadline looms
Discussions are ongoing with the Trans Mountain pipeline company but “not yet in alignment.”
Pipeline obstructionism costing Canada billions
Canadian oil producers will lose $15.8 billion in revenue this year.
Notley to skip premiers conference so she can focus on pipeline deal
Working against Kinder Morgan’s May 31 deadline on getting guarantees it can proceed.
Kinder Morgan CEO ‘appreciates’ Morneau’s pipeline offer but clock is ticking
Government is willing to “provide indemnity” to any investors to ensure the project proceeds.
BC is just defending its interests on pipeline: Horgan
Says up to the courts to determine what’s constitutional when it comes to expansion of a pipeline.