Northern Gateway

Economist Andrew Leach and Kirsten Smith pop the notion of a “bitumen bubble”

Even with new pipeline infrastructure, geographic price discounts for Albertan crude will remain More →

Like her or loathe her, B.C. Premier Christy Clark is possibly Canada’s most influential energy player

An essay from the former president of the Canada West Foundation More →

Enbridge “not celebrating” after National Energy Board Joint Review Panel decision on Northern Gateway

"It's hard to expect you're ever going to get full support for this kind of project," says Enbridge Inc. CEO Al Monaco More →

Is the Northern Gateway truce ‘much ado about nothing’?

Why Clark and Redford’s truce on the Northern Gateway makes for interesting political theater, but nothing else More →

Production companies like MEG Energy could be rewarded for investing in oil storage

Very few oil sands production companies choose to own their own storage, creating a physical hedge against oil price fluctuations, and the fluctuating demand for terminal space. Why not? More →

TransCanada to build $12-billion Energy East pipeline

1.1 million barrel per day pipeline will go through Montreal, Quebec City and stop in Saint John More →

Enbridge to build new $1.3 billion pipeline to serve Imperial Oil’s Kearl oil sands project

Enbridge will expand its Woodland pipeline system to handle additional oil flowing from the Kearl project to Edmonton More →