TransCanada Corp. says more environmental work is necessary.
Report argues that job losses have been caused by Canada’s heavy reliance on the US as a trading partner.
Serious competition from US, Australia: further delays could be costly
State says the plant will provide incentive for petroleum companies to explore and invest in Cook Inlet.
Deal includes infrastructure Altagas needs to pursue a partnership with Japan’s Idemitsu Koas Co. Ltd. to export gas overseas
Natural Resources Minister compares pipelines to big infrastructure projects like the Canadian Pacific Railway and St. Lawrence Seaway.
Ottawa challenges EU fuel quality directive that targets oil sands.
Report urges state and local governments to plan ahead for a hotter future.
Measures will ensure taxpayers are not left on the hook for any oil-related cleanup costs.
Will make up for a real GDP decline of 4.8% in 2012 by growing by an estimated 6% in 2013.
Legislation, to be introduced in the fall, will update the four-decade-old limit for civil damages in the event of a nuclear accident.
His efforts would be best applied to the dirty business going on in his own backyard.
Before submissions will even be considered, the public and experts must first apply to the board.
Industrial components distributors join forces to provide alternative to country-based supply agreements.
Natural resources minister says Canada’s oil industry is losing $50 million a day because of lacking pipeline capacity.