Pipelines

TransCanada Begins Trading Oil Through a New Calgary-Based Liquids Trading Group

The group markets an estimated 120,000 barrels per day of Western Canadian crude, as well as 15,000 barrels per day of natural gas liquids

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Quebec’s Environmental Hearings on TransCanada’s Energy East Begin Today

Injunction to prevent hearings from going ahead rejected by Quebec court

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Alberta Has An Energy Plan, But Canada Doesn’t

Achieving "social license" for pipelines will require the co-operation of other provinces and municipalities outside Alberta

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How An Innovative Take On Cap And Trade Could Benefit The Oil Industry

Chris McDermott on how smart policy could reduce emissions and promote non-fossil fuel projects

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Gov’t Adds CO2 to Pipeline Approvals

Instead of leading on pipelines Trudeau prefers a new review process, says he won’t be a pipelines “cheerleader”

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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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How Industry Is Increasing Pipeline Capacity Without Building New Pipelines

Industry has failed to build pipelines like Keystone XL, but midstreamers have still managed to add 570,000 barrels of new liquids capacity

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