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Construction Work in Oil, Natural Gas Surpass Renewable Jobs, Says Building Trades Union

Construction Work in Oil, Natural Gas Surpass Renewable Jobs, Says Building Trades Union

Construction workers in the energy sector view oil and natural gas jobs as more plentiful and longer lasting, as well as providing better pay, health and pension benefits, than similar jobs in the renewables segment, according to two surveys commissioned by North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU). Through the surveys, one quantitative and one qualitative,…

July 17, 2020
In Bright Spot, Some Jobs Returning at Shell Pennsylvania Cracker

In Bright Spot, Some Jobs Returning at Shell Pennsylvania Cracker

More workers are back at Royal Dutch Shell plc’s ethane cracker site in Western Pennsylvania this week after the state said they were exempt from an order last month shutting down nonessential businesses to curb the spread of Covid-19.

April 22, 2020
TC Energy, Alberta Government Clinch Financing to Move Keystone XL Exports South

TC Energy, Alberta Government Clinch Financing to Move Keystone XL Exports South

TC Energy Corp. and the Alberta government on Tuesday announced a C$7.5 billion ($5.3 billion) financing agreement and immediate start on construction for the Keystone XL oil export pipeline into the United States.

March 31, 2020
TC Energy, Alberta Government Clinch Financing to Move Keystone XL Exports South

TC Energy, Alberta Government Clinch Financing to Move Keystone XL Exports South

TC Energy Corp. and the Alberta government on Tuesday announced a C$7.5 billion ($5.3 billion) financing agreement and immediate start on construction for the Keystone XL oil export pipeline into the United States.

March 31, 2020
Husky Suspends White Rose Expansion on Pandemic Concerns

Husky Suspends White Rose Expansion on Pandemic Concerns

High risk of Covid-19 infection in crowded places has led Husky Energy to suspend construction of a C$2.2 billion ($1.6 billion) expansion at its White Rose ocean oil production site, 350 kilometers offshore of Newfoundland.

March 24, 2020
Mariner East Cleared for Limited Work in Pennsylvania During Coronavirus Shut Down

Mariner East Cleared for Limited Work in Pennsylvania During Coronavirus Shut Down

Energy Transfer LP (ET) said Tuesday Pennsylvania has granted a waiver allowing it to conduct limited work on the Mariner East (ME) pipeline project during broader economic restrictions imposed by Gov. Tom Wolf to mitigate the spread of coronavirus.

March 24, 2020
LNG Canada Construction Said On Track, Despite Covid-19

LNG Canada Construction Said On Track, Despite Covid-19

Canada’s C$40 billion ($30 billion) inaugural natural gas export project on the west coast has remained on schedule despite the global Covid-19 outbreak, project managers said in an update.

March 17, 2020
Judge Tosses Bid to Halt Construction of 2 Bcf/d Permian Highway

Judge Tosses Bid to Halt Construction of 2 Bcf/d Permian Highway

Opponents of Kinder Morgan Inc.’s 2 Bcf/d Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) to move natural gas supply to the Gulf Coast failed to show a level of harm to require a restraining order to halt construction, a U.S. district court judge said Friday.

February 18, 2020
Native Challengers Not Giving Up Fight in BC Coastal GasLink Project

Native Challengers Not Giving Up Fight in BC Coastal GasLink Project

Native pipeline opponents vowed this week to keep fighting TC Energy Corp.’s Coastal GasLink project across northern British Columbia (BC) despite a permanent court injunction and police enforcement order granted Dec. 31 against interference with construction.

January 8, 2020
MVP Service Again Delayed as Project Price Now Exceeds $5B

MVP Service Again Delayed as Project Price Now Exceeds $5B

EQM Midstream Partners LP (EQM) on Tuesday again said the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) would cost more to construct and take longer to enter service as legal issues continue to cause delays.

October 22, 2019
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