Tag: Canada

Wisconsin man to bike Enbridge pipeline path in protest

The 80-year-old man is biking through counties where the Canada-based company’s crude oil Pipeline 61 could be built.  More »

Shale boom weans U.S. from foreign oil, creates new opportunities

Although the U.S. is far from achieving anything close to full energy independence, the rapid resurgence in domestic oil and gas production has slashed the nation’s reliance on foreign oil in a short period of time and created new opportunities for refineries and pipeline companies, an energy analyst said Thursday.  More »

Citigroup sees $1.1 trillion stimulus from oil plunge

Crude prices are plunging amid signs that OPEC won’t act to eliminate a surplus as global growth slows.  More »

Falling oil prices shake up global economies

Dropping oil prices are having complex effects on economies around the globe that are only starting to be felt.  More »

Keystone be darned: Canada finds oil route around Obama

From the Canadian perspective, Keystone has become a tractor mired in an interminably muddy field.  More »

New pipelines threaten U.S. Gulf Coast oil premium

U.S. Gulf crude is set to drop below international prices, after trading at a premium for the longest stretch in a year, as new pipelines bring additional supplies to the region.  More »

Chevron sells 30 percent stake in Canadian play

The deal expands Chevron’s relationship with Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company, creating a partnership to develop about 330,000 net acres in the liquids-rich Kaybob area of the Duvernay shale.  More »

Best path to U.S. energy security? Depends who you ask

Weaning the United States from crude shipped from overseas requires new policy solutions and a shift in thinking, but whether that means incentivizing oil and gas companies to drill more or investing in renewable energy depends on the perspective.  More »

Oil industry group offers crude-train testing standards

The oil industry’s lead trade group released new standards on Thursday for testing and classifying crude shipped by rail after prior shipments were misclassified, including a train that derailed in Canada and killed 47 people.  More »

Suncor looks east to find buyers for Western Canada crude

Suncor Energy Inc., the largest Canadian oil company by market capitalization, loaded its first tanker of heavy crude out of Canada’s eastern coast this week  More »

Buckeye Partners opening Port of Albany terminal to Canadian oil sands shipments

The Houston-based MLP said the rebuilt terminal will open this spring and would be ready for rail shipments of tar sands oil by the third quarter of 2014.  More »

Why Keystone XL Still Matters – 6 Years and Counting

Today marks the six year anniversary for TransCanada’s application for a presidential permit to build the remaining portion of the Keystone Pipeline system, better known as Keystone XL. After six long years of pushing paper in Washington, political rhetoric, and redundant studies, we still have inadequate infrastructure to manage the growing supply of crude oil […]  More »
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