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Trouble in the pipelines 08/08/2010
Consequences of Enbridge rupture could be far greater than barrels spilled; concerns build about corrosion in Canada's aging lines
BP's Macondo well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico spewed 1.9 million barrels of crude before it was choked off on July 15. Or was it 3.3 million? The full and final count is awaited.
Northern Gateway under siege 03/28/2010
Enbridge, on verge of filing to open Asian markets for oil sands crude, faces resistance from environmentalists, First Nations
No matter which way pipeline company Enbridge turns it is encountering resistance to the first large-scale plan to export crude oil from the North American continent.
First Nations, environmentalists...
One-stop shopping in Canada 03/08/2009
NEB decision to place TransCanada's Alberta pipeline network under federal jurisdiction smoothes way for B.C. and Arctic producers
TransCanada has put two key building blocks in place to lock up a lead role in carrying gas from the British Columbia tight and shale plays and, if the projects go ahead, gas from Alaska and Mackenzie...
British Columbia: Rich get richer 11/23/2008
B.C. eager to turn land sales into production; prospect of common tolling system with Alberta pipelines could unlock big plays
For British Columbia, it's a case of success spawning success, with the province pocketing another C$114 million from its November sale of leases and drilling licenses, pushing the 2008 total to about...
TransCanada chases B.C. market 08/10/2008
TransCanada, buoyed by producer response to a non-binding open season, is reaching for control of gas deliveries from the fast-emerging British Columbia shale region.
Given just 10 days to file submis...
Exxon joins shale race 08/10/2008
Says state-of-art technology will produce results from disciplined approach
ExxonMobil is stirring to life as it joins the stampede into shale gas, with an eye on using northeastern British Columbia as its springboard.
Vice President Henry Hubble told a conference call July 3...
NEB filing designed to keep tolls low 06/22/2008
TransCanada's application to the National Energy Board designed to make Alberta System more commercially attractive to North Slope, Mackenzie and B.C. natural gas shippers
TransCanada said June 17 that its subsidiary TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. filed an application with Canada's National Energy Board, or NEB, to establish federal regulation for TransCanada's Alberta Syst...
Canada to fast-track Alaska 05/11/2008
Learned from Mackenzie gas line mistakes, will speed Alaska line passage
The Canadian government is promising not to repeat the plodding process that has been a drag on the Mackenzie Gas Project if it is asked to regulate an Alaska gas pipeline across Canadian territory.
Canadian pipelines face crunch in 2008 07/09/2006
NEB report gave attention to obstacles in gas delivery system; North America demand expected to surpass domestic supplies
Canada has enough pipeline capacity to move its petroleum products to consumers, but the National Energy Board says those days could be over by 2008.
In its second annual report on Canada's transport...
Enbridge rebuffed 05/15/2005
TransCanada says no to partnership offer to solve Alaska gas line impasse
Enbridge Chief Executive Officer Pat Daniel has opted to play Mr. Nice Guy in an effort to break the deadlock that threatens the Canadian segment of an Alaska gas pipeline.
He has offered to work wit...