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Yinka Dene Alliance Leverages LNG in BC Pipeline Fight

Enbridge Inc.’s hotly contested Northern Gateway pipeline proposal for an oilsands conduit from Edmonton to a new tanker terminal on the northern Pacific Coast at Kitimat, BC, hit another hurdle this past week when the Yinka Dene Alliance sent a cease and desist letter, warning Enbridge against trespassing in their traditional territories as the company seeks temporary permits for drilling and tree removal for the pipeline project.

July 1, 2013

Yinka Dene Alliance Leverages LNG in BC Pipeline Fight

Enbridge Inc.’s hotly contested Northern Gateway pipeline proposal for an oilsands conduit from Edmonton to a new tanker terminal on the northern Pacific Coast at Kitimat, BC, hit another hurdle this week when the Yinka Dene Alliance sent a cease and desist letter, warning Enbridge against trespassing in their traditional territories as the company seeks temporary permits for drilling and tree removal for the pipeline project.

June 28, 2013
Longmont, CO Passes Ballot Measure to Ban Fracking

Longmont, CO Passes Ballot Measure to Ban Fracking

Longmont, CO, voters Tuesday approved a hotly contested ban on the use of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) within its jurisdiction, passing a ballot measure (Question 300) by a comfortable margin, according to reports.

November 8, 2012

Bakken Shale Pushing North Dakota Oil Production Higher

Riding the Bakken shale rush, North Dakota appears in a good position to jump up to the second biggest oil producing state in the nation behind only Texas. If the upper Midwest state achieves that status next year as expected, it would leapfrog over both Alaska and California, something that would have been unthinkable five years ago.

October 18, 2011

Eastern Canadian Customers Back Marcellus Exports at Niagara

A business and government alliance is emerging to back TransCanada Corp.’s contested plan to increase Ontario natural gas pipeline service, confirming western producer fear that the scheme caters to eastern consumer desire to shop for U.S. gas supplies.

August 15, 2011

Eastern Canadian Customers Back Marcellus Exports at Niagara

A business and government alliance is emerging to back TransCanada Corp.’s contested plan to increase Ontario natural gas pipeline service, confirming western producer fear that the scheme caters to eastern consumer desire to shop for U.S. gas supplies.

August 15, 2011

Alberta Shuts In Gas to Protect Oilsands

Following precedent set by a hotly contested case that dragged on through the late 1990s and the first half of this decade, three Alberta natural gas producers were ordered last Thursday to shut in 158 wells deemed to jeopardize future oilsands production.

October 19, 2009

Alberta Gas Shut In to Protect Oilsands Treasure

Following precedent set by a hotly contested case that dragged on through the late 1990s and the first half of this decade, three Alberta natural gas producers were ordered Thursday to shut in 158 wells deemed to jeopardize future oilsands production.

October 19, 2009

FERC Rejects Kern River Rate Settlement with 12.5% ROE

FERC last Thursday rejected a contested Kern River Gas Transmission rate settlement, finding that the 12.50% return on equity (ROE) in the settlement rates was excessive and would result in unjust and unreasonable rates. FERC instead determined that the Wyoming-to-California pipeline’s ROE should be set at 11.55%.

January 19, 2009

FERC Rejects Kern River Rate Settlement with 12.5% ROE

FERC Thursday rejected a contested Kern River Gas Transmission rate settlement, finding that the 12.50% return on equity (ROE) in the settlement rates was excessive and would result in unjust and unreasonable rates. FERC instead determined that the Wyoming-to-California pipeline’s ROE should be set at 11.55%.

January 16, 2009
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