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Correction: Plains LPG Services has applied to update ownership of six WWI-era pipelines

A previous version of this story made an incorrect statement about Plains LPG Services's plan for six pipelines, including two WWI-era pipelines, that cross the U.S./Canada border

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Oil Prices Are Down, But the Texas City at the Heart of the U.S. Energy Industry Is Still Pulsing

Why is the mood in Houston today so different from the depression of previous slumps?

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Canada’s Oil Patch Is Suffering The Consequences of China’s Economic Slowdown

China's rapid economic growth over the last decade was coupled with the notion that its thirst for oil would continue indefinitely. Now that China's growth has slowed, Canada's oil patch is suffering the consequences

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Why The Marcellus Shale Play Could Spell The End For Canadian Natural Gas

With rapidly expanding pipeline capacity and enough natural gas reserves to meet North American demand for decades, Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale play is putting a stranglehold on the Canadian natural gas industry

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Emissions Omissions: The Lopsided Debate Over Alberta’s “Dirty Oil” Label

The notion that oil sands produce North America's most emissions-intensive product is accepted as fact. And yet, many U.S. fields go under the radar

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The Dramatic Rise Of U.S. Oil Production (And What It Means For Canada)

What was once a question of meeting demand is now a question of managing a surplus of supply

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Why Canadian Plays Can’t Compete With Texas – And Why We Might Not Want Them To

“Alberta may be conservative, but we’re not reckless."

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