Tag: Canada

Rail terminal could bring more Canadian oil to Gulf

The oil industry isn’t waiting on the Keystone Pipeline to build a link between Canadian heavy crude and the Gulf Coast.  More »

Quebec town still recovering from train disaster

A year has passed since a runaway oil train slid quietly down a hill in the middle of the night and derailed in a series of explosions that obliterated a large swath of downtown Lac-Megantic, killing 47 people.  More »

Photos: The other battle for Canada’s oil sands

As debate over the Keystone XL pipeline drags on in the United States, another contentious battle to move Canada’s oil sands crude to market hit a milestone last week.  More »

Encana to sell natural gas assets for $1.8B

Energy producer Encana says it is selling its Bighorn land, pipeline and service arrangement assets for about $1.8 billion to another Canadian company, Jupiter Resources.  More »

Enbridge’s toughest Gateway Pipeline tests still to come

Aboriginal and environmental groups are preparing legal challenges and blockades to halt construction of the pipeline.  More »

Hillary Clinton weighs in on Keystone XL pipeline

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that the proposed Keystone XL pipeline shouldn’t be seen as a proxy for the relationship between Canada and the United States.  More »

US oil exports soar to new milestone

U.S. oil exports hit a 15 year high in April, despite broad limitations on foreign sales, according to a report released Monday by the federal Energy Information Administration.  More »

Canada tries turning up heat on Obama as Keystone stalled

The Keystone XL pipeline has become the biggest bilateral irritant between the world’s two largest trading partners, fueled tensions between Obama and Harper and threatens Canada’s ability to develop its oil resources.  More »

Corn to be planted in anti-pipeline message

About four acres of Ponka red corn will be planted this weekend in a field near Neligh, Nebraska, to fill out an anti-pipeline message carved into the ground earlier this spring.  More »

US wood pellet exports double on British demand surge

U.S. wood pellet exports doubled to 3.2 million short tons last year, from 1.6 million tons in 2012, led by demand from the U.K.  More »

Railroad wants to send oil into town where 47 died

John Giles, president and CEO of Central Maine and Quebec Railway, said he hopes to have an agreement with officials in Lac Megantic, Quebec, within 10 days that would allow the railroad to ship non-hazardous goods, restoring the vital link between the railroad’s operations to the east and west of the community.  More »

Expert: White House likely to lift oil export ban

The White House “will favor” lifting the nation’s 40-year-old ban on exporting oil, a leading energy expert said Wednesday at a symposium in San Antonio.  More »
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