Approving liquefied natural gas exports could lead to higher prices that could harm the economy
Environment Minister Randy Delorey says a ban is appropriate given that there is a moratorium on fracking.
A $250-million damage suit caused by Quebec’s moratorium on fracking shows Canada’s fragility in negotiating trade pacts.
Eight Marcellus Shale horizontal wells were monitored seismically; one injected with tracers.
UN heritage agency wants an environmental assessment of possible impacts of fracking.
Fraser Institute report warns US energy self-sufficiency will reduce America’s appetite for Canadian oil.
More fracking, higher risks to the public; could drive up costs to manufacturers
Environmental Protection Agency report further divides fracking camps.
Midway energy won’t be penalized for incident that spewed 500 barrels of oil into an Alberta field last January.
New guidelines will encourage members to assess potential for quakes by using existing data and communicating with nearby operators.
Controversial oil extraction practice said to have damning effects on groundwater.
University of Moncton report calls for phased-in approach to shale gas.
Shutting a nuke plant, scuttling asbestos revival and threatening shale gas development.
So far this year, 4,000 fracking applications have been approved.
Canada can no longer depend on the US to absorb excess natural gas supplies.