TransCanada Corp.’s proposed converted natural gas pipeline would send oil from Alberta to Quebec.
Canada’s envoy to New England pens editorial as protesters express concern over Alberta oil flowing across the region.
Shipper commitments have convinced the oil giant to expand capacity to 890,000 barrels from 750,000.
Reports call pipeline expansion a “national priority”.
New pipelines will supply Alberta and North Dakota light oil to high-demand markets in US midwest
Company officials walk out after First Nations replace Kinder Morgan signs with their own.
Polaris study says oil and gas interests dwarfed other major industry groups.
State officials, energy giant insist new route skirts sensitive Sandhills region, but environmentalists say it doesn’t, insisting a state aquifer remains at risk.
Alberta, Quebec have agreed to explore the benefits of pumping oil sands crude to Quebec.
Project includes a 91-centimetre pipeline between Edmonton and Hardisty, Alta. to meet growing demand.
New $1 billion company capable of snapping up oil assets that neither had heft to do on their own.
TransCanada is confident the super-pipeline will get green-light.
No need to panic, thirst for Canadian oil will not likely be quenched.
Pipeline was shut down last week over safety concerns.
Enbridge says it will install five overlapping leak detection systems on the twin pipelines.