Tuesday April 22, 2014



Oil and Gas


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Environmentalists decry regulator approval for CNRL operations near leaks

EDMONTON - Allowing an oilsands company to resume operations in an area where it is still trying to fix persistent bitumen leaks is undermining the credibility of Alberta's energy regulator, say environmental groups....

posted: April 22,2014





Oil and Gas

Lawyer asks court to shut Alberta oilsands plant releasing harmful smells

EDMONTON - A lawyer has asked a court to shut down a northwestern Alberta oilsands plant even though the owner is working to obey regulatory orders to stop harmful odours that have forced nearby residents from their homes....


Alberta's Hancock to meet with PM Harper next week to discuss Keystone pipeline

EDMONTON - Alberta Premier Dave Hancock will meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Ottawa next week to talk about the Keystone XL pipeline....


TransCanada says customers remain fully committed to Keystone XL, despite delay

CALGARY - TransCanada Corp. says its customers are still "100 per cent" behind its proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, despite dimming prospects that shovels will be hitting the ground any time soon....


B.C. environment minister warned about LNG greenhouse gas emissions

VANCOUVER - British Columbia Environment Ministry staff have warned their minister that the province's dreamed-of liquefied natural gas industry poses some big challenges with greenhouse gas emissions....


No Keystone XL pipeline this year, following new delay

WASHINGTON - The Canadian government demanded an answer immediately on the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. It has now received a reply from the United States government that amounts to: Maybe next year....


Nova Scotia government ends tax break agreement with Imperial Oil

HALIFAX - The Nova Scotia government plans to end a tax break agreement with Imperial Oil (TSX:IMO) because it no longer operates a refinery in Halifax....








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