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A Tale of Two Canadas

When it comes to refinery markets, Eastern and Western Canada might as well be different countries

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Keystone XL-erated: The Most Hated Pipeline in North America is Back

Before the Dakota Access pipeline protests, there was Keystone XL. Now it's back, and suddenly it's finding favor with decision makers everywhere

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No Pipelines, No Peace

Anti-oil activism is growing in North America. Where will that leave Canada’s pipeline plans?

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Trans Mountain pipeline

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Colonial Pipeline Explosion Spikes Gasoline Futures

As it stands now, the Colonial Pipeline outage is unlikely to influence gasoline prices along Canada’s east coast. Should the gasoline line not restart midday November 5 as currently estimated, and repairs take longer than expected, then the probability of higher gasoline prices along Canada’s east coast increases

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For the NEB, There’s No Such Thing As Unconditional Love for Pipelines

A closer look at some of the 157 conditions for approval that the National Energy Board imposed on the Trans Mountain pipeline

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An Exclusive Interview with Kim Baird as the Trans Mountain Decision Looms

The National Energy Board’s verdict on the Trans Mountain Pipeline is in. Now, a three-member review panel is the only thing standing between the Trudeau government and a final decision on the project. We spoke with the panel’s leader, Kim Baird

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