Judicial rulings affecting Keystone XL and Trans Mountain pipeline creating uncertainty.
Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the BC north coast.
The feds will take over construction, likely in August, with a view to eventually selling the whole thing down the road.
Canadian oil producers will lose $15.8 billion in revenue this year.
A lack of capacity to cheaply transport crude is costing Canada billions.
Ability to expand export markets beyond North America key to competitiveness.
Refinery with a carbon capture is processing upgraded synthetic crude now, moving to processing raw bitumen soon.
BC premier says the province will test its jurisdiction on environmental and economic grounds.
Backs Premier Rachel Notley’s fight with BC over the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Overhaul of environmental and regulatory review process for major energy projects will make-or-break plan for the future.
Additional capacity to tidewater not corroborated by either past or current market conditions.
Two new pipelines planned to import US natural gas in addition to the 17 that already exist.
Kinder Morgan is removing vegetation to create a fire break in the areas in which its Trans Mountain pipeline operates.
What started in the 1920s as Robert Fitzsimmons’ ticket to riches has turned into an industry that attracted $34 billion in investment in 2014.
Unpredictability for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, shale gas development and Site C hydro dam.