Enbridge expects Line 9 service delays to cut into 2015 earnings
Deliveries on the controversial pipeline aren’t expected until December.
U of Calgary president addresses corporate influence allegations
CBC investigation alleges oil-giant Enbridge inappropriately interfered in the University’s Centre for Corporate Sustainability.
Enbridge eyes growth in US Gulf Coast market
Plan could include investments in terminals, import/export docks and regional pipelines.
Enbridge won’t ship heavy crude through Mich. pipeline
Energy company’s agreement preserves the status quo, requires 180-day notice for changes.
TransCanada reaches Energy East deal with gas distributors
Deal will help customers in Ont. and Que. save $100 million between 2018 and 2050, the natural gas companies said.
Tim Hortons reviewing Tims TV after Enbridge controversy
Review comes after coffee and donut chain was put in the hot seat for giving advertisement space to the pipeline giant in its stores.
Enbridge exec. hopeful Line 9 pipeline begins shipping oil this year
Energy producer is awaiting the results of hydrostatic testing on the pipe to ensure it won’t leak, which was required by the NEB.
Double-double Tims trouble
The much beloved Canadian institution flew into some flak when it pulled Enbridge ads flashing by on its in-store TV screens.
Tims in hot water over Enbridge ads
Controversy shows the pros, cons of brand association.
Innovation, technology increases training ROI
Report calls on more employers to consider the advantages of innovative “smart learning systems.”
Enbridge liquids biz heading to its income fund
Company’s dividend could be increased by about 10% at closing.
Enbridge racks up $264,000 in NEB penalties
Penalties are related to maintenance work on company’s Line 3 pipeline through Manitoba.
Enbridge exploring low cost expansions to get around pipeline delays
Company is considering an expansion to the refining area on the eastern Gulf Coast.
Enbridge buys interest in $650M US wind farms
Calgary-based energy company is in for 80% of two projects.
Next challenge to Canadian oil in the US: more lawsuits
A recently elected, oil-friendly, Republican-dominated Congress hasn’t put pipeline battles to rest.