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CALGARY, A.B. - Analysts say the awarding of a workforce accommodation contract to Houston-based Civeo Corp. is another sign that the $40-billion LNG Canada project is headed for a positive final investment decision later this year. Civeo says it has...
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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - Soaring gasoline prices in Calgary and Edmonton have pushed the national average to a five-year high, according to an online price monitoring firm. Dan McTeague of GasBuddy.com says the national average price for regular gasoline...
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VANCOUVER,B.C. - Mounties say they are moving in to extract Greenpeace protesters who have spent the last day and a half hanging from a Vancouver bridge to block a tanker carrying crude oil from the Trans Mountain pipeline. North Vancouver...
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VICTORIA, B.C. - Premier John Horgan says price gouging, not higher taxes, is responsible for skyrocketing gasoline prices in British Columbia. Horgan says the price per litre rose nine cents between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and that suggests fuel...
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CALGARY, A.B. - The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada grew to a record 193,500 barrels per day in April, up 13percentt from the previous month, as full pipelines forced more producers to use trains to get...
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VANCOUVER, B.C. - Trans Mountain has filed a six-month construction schedule with the National Energy Board for the expansion of the pipeline. The company says work has been underway since last fall at the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, B.C.,...
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EDMONTON, A.B. - Alvaro Pinto wants Alberta's energy regulator to follow its own oilsands rules. The director of sustainability for the Fort McKay First Nation - a community surrounded by oilsands developments - said he doesn't understand how the agency...
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ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota regulators on Thursday approved Enbridge Energy's proposal to replace its ageing Line 3 oil pipeline, angering opponents who say the project threatens pristine areas and have vowed Standing Rock-style protests if needed to block...
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OTTAWA, O.N. - Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says Canada's pathway to a clean energy future includes not only transitioning to renewable sources of energy but also technology that makes traditional fossil fuels cleaner to both produce and burn. That...
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CALGARY, A.B. - A study by a sustainable energy research group predicts the federal government's purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline will add significantly to the deficit next year. The study by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis...
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CALGARY, A.B. - A production shutdown at Syncrude Canada's oilsands mine and upgrader complex in northern Alberta is expected to free up pipeline space out of Western Canada and strengthen prices for Canadian heavy oil. The company has said production...
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OTTAWA, O.N. - Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on April 8 that the federal government was likely going...
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DOON, Iowa - An estimated 230,000 gallons (870,619 litres) of crude oil spilled into floodwaters in the northwestern corner of Iowa following a train derailment, a railroad official said Saturday. BNSF spokesman Andy Williams said 14 of 32 oil tanker...
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CALGARY, A.B. - The National Energy Board says it has approved modified plans for the Burnaby Terminal of the Trans Mountain pipeline project, clearing a final regulatory hurdle for construction to start. The regulator says the approved variance application will...
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - The OPEC oil countries agreed Friday to increase their combined production by almost 1 million barrels a day, though questions remain over some members' ability to do so amid domestic trouble and sanctions. After a meeting in...
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA – Officials from major oil-producing nations are expected to agree this week to boost output, but just how much they will open the spigot – and the effect on oil prices – remain wild cards. Ministers from the...
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OTTAWA, O.N. - Thousands of Canadians and one territorial government are asking American regulators not to allow oil drilling in an Alaskan wildlife sanctuary that is home to a crucial transboundary caribou herd. The request comes in a letter delivered...
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VANCOUVER, B.C. — An official for the Canada Border Services Agency says a former Fort St. John resident’s Facebook posts allegedly threatening violence in support of ISIS provide enough evidence to suggest he poses a security risk to Canada...
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