Pipeline approvals will add almost a million additional barrels of oil per day to export capacity.
Analysts say the federal government must promote stricter emissions targets in Asia to boost LNG exports to the region.
Greg Rickford tells Halifax conference market access is not a priority, it’s an imperative.
The President’s comments on the hotly debated Keystone XL project tend to get plenty of scrutiny.
Moving crude by rail is on the rise as production increases in the oil sands and pipeline proposals remain mired in opposition.
Canada-US cooperation on GHG targets would give Obama some elbow room on contentious pipeline project, Saskatchewan premier says.
A judge ripped up a state law that could have been used to force landowners to allow the pipeline on their property.
Oil by rail shipments have skyrocketed with a resulting increase in GHG emissions, US ambassador says.
A group of Republicans, Democrats, labour and business leaders and a Canadian ambassador are pushing for a quick approval.
Tom Steyer says without the pipeline, the “tarsands” would lose much of their lustre to investors because of rail transportation issues.
Deal on sustainable energy development gives Alberta direct access to decision-makers and strategists in China.
They would enable his company Kitimat Clean Ltd. to secure loans at a lower cost.
Enbridge says its Line 9 reversal would uncork an important export outlet for Alberta oil producers.
TransCanada Corp. says more environmental work is necessary.
If built, Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline capacity would expand from 300,000 to 890,000 barrels per day.