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Gordon Jaremko

Gordon Jaremko worked as a reporter and editor for Canadian daily newspapers, wire services and monthly magazines for 38 years in Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa, primarily covering politics, economics and business with emphasis on the Alberta petroleum industry. He has contributed to four books and has become an independent contractor engaged on two history projects. He has been contributing to Intelligence Press since 1986.

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Canada Correspondent | Calgary, AB

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Enbridge Predicting Oil Capacity Growth for Mainline Conduit to Lower 48

Enbridge Predicting Oil Capacity Growth for Mainline Conduit to Lower 48

Alberta and Saskatchewan oil producers stand to gain committed customers, reliable tolls and shipping capacity growth from the hotly contested service overhaul proposal for their chief conduit to markets across Canada and the United States, according to Enbridge Inc. The Calgary pipeline conglomerate predicted the benefits in a 94-page response to industry furor ignited by…

April 20, 2021
Eliminating Ontario Natural Gas Generation to Inflict Financial Pain on Consumers, Says Energy Group

Eliminating Ontario Natural Gas Generation to Inflict Financial Pain on Consumers, Says Energy Group

Natural gas-fired power plants only cause 2.3% of Ontario carbon emissions, but eliminating them would inflict at least a C$60 billion ($48 billion) bill on consumers, according to the Canadian province’s electricity suppliers. The Ontario Energy Association (OEA), a utilities and contractors group, totaled the costs of environmental demands for swift and total greenhouse gas…

April 18, 2021
Canada Parliamentary Committee Hints at ‘Legal Action’ in Line 5 Dispute as Mediation Set to Begin

Canada Parliamentary Committee Hints at ‘Legal Action’ in Line 5 Dispute as Mediation Set to Begin

A committee of Parliament in Ottawa has joined the Canadian campaign to save Enbridge Inc.’s 540,000 b/d Line 5 from threatened closure in Michigan. “The Government of Canada may take legal action,” said a report released Thursday by the House of Commons Special Committee on the Economic Relationship Between Canada and the United States. The…

April 16, 2021
TC Pipeline Expansions to Increase Western Canada Natural Gas Exports to U.S.

TC Pipeline Expansions to Increase Western Canada Natural Gas Exports to U.S.

Capacity additions underway in annual stages on three TC Energy Corp. pipeline subsidiaries are set to increase Canadian natural gas exports to California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington during 2022 and 2023. The coordinated expansions, a package titled West Path, pioneer a switch to quiet growth that TC President Francois Poirier outlined at a spring investment…

April 15, 2021
TC Energy Increasing Natural Gas Exports to Western U.S. with Pipeline Expansions

TC Energy Increasing Natural Gas Exports to Western U.S. with Pipeline Expansions

Capacity additions underway in annual stages on three TC Energy Corp. pipeline subsidiaries are set to increase Canadian natural gas exports to California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington during 2022 and 2023. The coordinated expansions, a package titled West Path, pioneer a switch to quiet growth that TC President Francois Poirier outlined at a spring investment…

April 14, 2021
Liquids-Rich Production in Alberta’s Charlie Lake Field Inspires Calgary Dealmaking

Liquids-Rich Production in Alberta’s Charlie Lake Field Inspires Calgary Dealmaking

Liquids-rich natural gas and prolific oil properties in northwestern Alberta, known as the Charlie Lake field, inspired C$526 million (US$421 million) in deals announced this week by Calgary-based operators.  In one transaction, Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. paid C$247.5 million ($198 million) cash and traded 105.3 million shares valued at C$2.34/share ($1.87) for Anegada Oil Corp.…

April 14, 2021
TC Energy Eyeing Increased Canada Natural Gas Exports to Western U.S. through West Path Expansion

TC Energy Eyeing Increased Canada Natural Gas Exports to Western U.S. through West Path Expansion

Capacity additions underway in annual stages on three TC Energy Corp. pipeline subsidiaries are set to increase Canadian natural gas exports to California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington during 2022 and 2023. The coordinated expansions, a package titled West Path, pioneer a switch to quiet growth that TC President Francois Poirier outlined at a spring investment…

April 12, 2021
Enbridge CEO Confident of Line 3 Completion in Minnesota by Year’s End

Enbridge CEO Confident of Line 3 Completion in Minnesota by Year’s End

Enbridge Inc. still expects to complete and begin service by the end of the year on the contested $2.6 billion leg of the Canadian oil export pipeline now under construction across 240 miles in Minnesota, CEO Al Monaco said Wednesday. “Work is on schedule” for Enbridge Line 3, Monaco said at a Scotiabank CAPP Energy…

April 8, 2021
Whitecap Expands Montney Shale Footprint with Kicking Horse Acquisition

Whitecap Expands Montney Shale Footprint with Kicking Horse Acquisition

Whitecap Resources Inc. increased its liquids-rich Montney Shale natural gas assets with a C$300 million ($240 million) takeover of private equity-backed Kicking Horse Oil & Gas Ltd.The acquisition includes ownership interests averaging 65% in 92 square miles of Montney production and future drilling targets in the Grande Prairie area of northwest Alberta. “We are excited…

April 6, 2021
Alberta Working to Expand Natural Gas-Fired Petrochemical Projects with Inter Pipeline Grant

Alberta Working to Expand Natural Gas-Fired Petrochemical Projects with Inter Pipeline Grant

The Alberta government on Monday awarded a C$408 million ($326 million) grant to Inter Pipeline Ltd. for new industrial projects that use natural gas and its liquid byproducts as raw materials. Inter Pipeline is receiving the grant through the Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program (APIP) in three annual installments after the scheduled completion of its C$3.9…

April 5, 2021
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