Proposed BC LNG project to cost up to $40B
LNG Canada joint-venture says its Kitimat export facility would produce up to $39 billion in tax revenues over its lifespan.
Timing key for Canadian energy as competition grows: Rickford
Federal energy minister wants Canadian energy to overseas markets by 2017-2018.
LNG market shifting in favour of global buyers
There’s more projects chasing buyers than vice versa, complicating the economics of exporting Canadian LNG.
Oil and gas foreign investment already tops $19.6B in 2014
Research reveals 98% of Canadian energy production is exported to the US.
Harper’s central policies resonating less with Canadians: report
Trade, the economy, and energy exports are resonating less with ordinary Canadians.
Clark says BC can rival Alberta as LNG exporter to Asia
BC premier says the country is better off when all provincial economies are booming.
Ontario, Alberta have mixed reactions to South Korean trade deal
Kathleen Wynne says Ontario is supportive of opening up opportunities for Ontario, but has concerns about the auto sector.
Time to look past Obama to reboot Canada-US trade: Prentice
Keystone XL is the latest in a list of irritants in the Canada-US relationship, former cabinet minister says.
BC, Alberta panel urges harmonizing rail, roads, pipelines
Getting oilfield equipment through BC’s mountainous interior is an emerging issue, the group says.
Cash offers skyrocket 700% for landowners resisting Keystone
Among all states along the proposed route, nearly one-third of Nebraska’s landowners are still fighting.
US ‘green billionaire’ addresses motives for working to block Keystone
Tom Steyer says without the pipeline, the “tarsands” would lose much of their lustre to investors because of rail transportation issues.
Premiers Clark, Redford talk joint energy export plan
They will publicly discuss the progress of the joint energy plan on Nov. 5. A final report is due on Dec. 31.
New Brunswick’s export growth modest through 2014, says EDC
Brazil tops the list of emerging market destinations, followed by China, India and Turkey.