Oil & Gas
The company hasn’t said how many employees were laid off.
The company has undertaken a rigorous inspection of their natural gas pipeline system in B.C. since the blast, it said.
Plans to triple capacity along the existing Trans Mountain pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby have pitted Alberta and the federal government against B.C.’s government.
NEB says economic benefits outweigh environmental concerns.
Canada suffering from what they say is an undeserved negative environmental image.
The most likely purchasers are large Canadian oilsands companies.
Mounties say someone trying to steal copper wire at the site near Vermilion on Friday night caused extensive damage to the electrical wiring.
Premier Rachel Notley announced the province will lease 4,400 railcars to get more oil to foreign markets.
The United We Roll convoy rolled into Ottawa to protest energy policy, among other issues.
Drilling contractors have relocated 20 of their rigs to the US in 2018 to now, up from just six in 2017.
Company is confident Alberta will encourage its as an alternative to delayed new export pipelines.
The Calgary Police Service says it worked with RCMP to track, locate and arrest two suspects.
Enbridge wants to replace Line 3, which was built in the 1960s.
Operating earnings were $580 million versus $1.31 billion, well below analyst expectations of $724 million.
Production halted for more than two months in the White Rose oil field following a Nov. 16 oil spill of an estimated 250,000 litres.