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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Startling exceptions to gloom pervading first-half 2015 corporate statements confirm that a sweet spot — where rich resources compensate for poor prices — is emerging in Western Canada’s endowment of natural gas steeped in liquid byproducts.
Delays spell “considerable” cost hikes for the Energy East scheme, said natural gas distribution companies that are fighting bills generated by the proposed partial conversion of TransCanada Corp.’s national Mainline to oil service.
Natural gas traffic stopped temporarily today on the Alliance Pipeline to Chicago from northern British Columbia and Alberta after a processing plant mistakenly let a poison impurity briefly flow into the export conduit (see related story).
TransCanada Corp. is digging in for a fight with its natural gas customers, calling their protest against costs that they blame on its Energy East plan to switch part of its Mainline into oil service a “patent and extreme” attack on its ability to manage the system.
National support has swiftly fallen short of volunteering to pay for Canadian oil and natural gas export pipeline projects.
All 13 provincial and territorial premiers agreed Friday on a Canadian energy strategy that keeps oil, natural gas and electricity development and exports high on the national economic agenda.
A court decision Monday posted a sharp warning against cutting environmental and aboriginal rights corners to British Columbia’s avidly pro-liquefied natural gas (LNG) development Liberal government.
A court decision Monday posted a sharp warning against cutting environmental and aboriginal rights corners to British Columbia's avidly pro-liquefied natural gas (LNG) development Liberal government.
The express pipeline into the United States for Canadian liquids-rich natural gas won approval Thursday for a service overhaul that already shows signs of keeping the route running at full capacity.