Kenney says provincial carbon tax will die May 30
Ending the tax would open the door to the federal government imposing its tax.
Kenney’s UCP defeats NDP with majority in Alberta election
UCP took back many of the breakthrough NDP wins in Calgary and rural regions in 2015.
Decision day in Alberta: Voters head to polls in provincial election
Rachel Notley’s NDP goes up against Jason Kenney’s United Conservatives.
Alberta’s Notley expects pipeline approval soon; Kenney calls it ‘phoney fight’ [UPDATED]
Energy policy looms large over the upcoming Alberta election.
CP Rail CEO objects to oil production curtailments
Keith Creel told a US audience governments stepping in isn’t healthy in a commercial space.
Alberta helping new methanol plant with $80M in royalty credits
Nauticol Energy to start construction on the $2-billion plant near Grande Prairie with an opening set for 2020.
‘Not out of the woods:’ Alberta easing oil production cuts as price improves
Cost differential narrows but lack of pipeline capacity continue to impede critical market access.
Alberta premier fed up with federal government for inaction on oil and gas
Notley said partisanship should have nothing to do with support for the resource sector.
Suncor assessing impact of Alberta’s move to cut oil production next year
Cuts to reduce a glut that increases the discount the oil fetches compared with the North American benchmark.
Trans Mountain, pipelines dominate opening of Alberta legislature sitting
Opposition United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney accused Premier Rachel Notley’s government of failing Alberta.
Notley proposes Ottawa get into the crude by rail business
Can be a stop-gap measure to help narrow the price discount.
Strained US Canada relationship backs arguments for pipeline, say Liberals
Current trade troubles points to the nee for a more diverse market of energy.
Alberta refuses to endorse premiers statement that omits Trans Mountain
Issues such as pharmacare and legalization are moot without wealth flowing from expanded pipeline: Hoffman.
No suitors emerge for pipeline project stake as Kinder Morgan deadline looms
Discussions are ongoing with the Trans Mountain pipeline company but “not yet in alignment.”
Notley to skip premiers conference so she can focus on pipeline deal
Working against Kinder Morgan’s May 31 deadline on getting guarantees it can proceed.
Notley set to pass bill that could cut oil to BC in pipeline fight
Will squeeze supply if BC continues to frustrate construction of the pipeline expansion.
Alberta and BC are dropping the gloves over pipelines
Notley warns of retaliation if BC’s obstruction of the pipeline continues.
Horgan still blocking Trans Mountain after meeting with PM, Notley
Trudeau insists the Kinder Morgan pipeline is within federal jurisdiction, Horgan’s government has no authority to block it.
Trudeau pledges money, new law to make Trans Mountain pipeline happen
…But positions of Notley and Horgan appear all the more entrenched after April 15 meeting.
Morneau, Notley to talk about how to get Trans Mountain back on track
Singh suggests a joint reference question to the Supreme Court of Canada to fast-track a resolution on jurisdictional issues.
Cabinet to hold emergency meeting in bid to save pipeline expansion
The pipeline is within federal jurisdiction, but BC premier is trying to use provincial power to kill the expansion.
Kinder Morgan Canada shares open lower after BC pipeline work suspended
Will consult with stakeholders on the viability of its $7.4-billion project with continuing opposition from the government.
Political solution needed for Trans Mountain project: Kinder Morgan CEO
Alberta premier Rachel Notley is looking at investing in the project to ensure it’s completed.
Alberta premier spells out retaliation in ‘frank chat’ with BC premier
Introducing legislation this week to give Alberta the power to reduce oil flows to the provinces.
Shock and oil: Alberta premier threatens to turn off taps in BC dispute
Notley said the government will not stand for further delays and harassment.