Pipelines

There May Be Life Yet For Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline

The NEB has give it the green light, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is behind it, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is weakening on the oil tanker moratorium

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Canada Could Soon Get Clarity on Who is Responsible for Leaks on Cross-Border Pipelines

Canada’s new Pipeline Safety Act is set to become law in late June, enforcing a “polluter pays” principle on costs resulting from spills or leaks from federally regulated oil and gas pipelines

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NEB Seeks Public Input On Northern Gateway Pipeline Extension

The public has until June 26 of this year to submit comments to the National Energy Board concerning an extension on the Northern Gateway Pipeline project

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Canada Announces Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion Review Panel

The panelists' collective backgrounds say a lot about what the government is trying to accomplish with the review

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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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NEB Orders Pipeline Companies to Post Emergency Plans Online

The decision affects all pipeline companies regulated by the regulator, with a few exceptions for small system

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TransCanada Wants to Sell Assets to Fund Pipeline Growth

As TransCanada’s own pipeline build-out east and west hits obstacles, it turns south to expand by acquisition, but needs to raise the cash

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