Among all states along the proposed route, nearly one-third of Nebraska’s landowners are still fighting.
Growth plan includes the Site C hydroelectric dam and the inclusion of First Nations in that resource growth.
The territory will take over responsibility from the federal government for managing its natural resources in April.
The CEO of an Edmonton development corporation says Canada must work to make the oil sands cleaner, greener, safer, faster and cheaper.
When free of sediments, the molasses-like crude floats even after evaporation and exposure to light.
Alberta is third, but Saskatchewan has the best policies.
Projects involve design and installation of reverse osmosis and microfiltration membrane systems.
The energy regulator noted that developments in gas production technology have increased in the Canadian gas resource base and supply.
Legislation would see the territory get royalties from mining and energy production.
Volatile commodity prices means miners will have to learn to survive with smaller margins.
The Fraser Institute says more than 600 resource projects at risk because of First Nations unwillingness to participate in them.
So far, oil sands players have shared 560 technologies that collectively cost $900 million to develop.
Fraser Institute Global Petroleum Survey says Saskatchewan has best policy.
Harvest Energy has indicated it has received a number of proposals.
Deal on sustainable energy development gives Alberta direct access to decision-makers and strategists in China.