Trans Mountain Pipeline has secured approval to partially start construction of its growth enabling export capacity expansion for Canada’s top natural gas user, Alberta thermal oilsands production.
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After 68 months of contested hearings, an appellate court setback, a government takeover and two federal cabinet approvals, an extra step will prolong the Canadian regulatory ordeal of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion.
After escalating into the most extensive native consultations ever on a Canadian project, the Aboriginal rights duel over the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion stopped short of conceding power to any tribe.
The delayed Trans Mountain Pipeline oil pipe expansion advanced Friday after the National Energy Board (NEB) granted a revised approval to the growth outlet for overseas exports by Canada’s top natural gas user, Alberta thermal oilsands production.
TransCanada Corp. reported that shippers have cut long-term firm bookings for eastbound deliveries on its Mainline from Alberta and British Columbia to about 1 Bcf/d from 5 Bcf/d as competition from Appalachian natural gas has squeezed the system’s transportation contracts.
Rising British Columbia (BC) unconventional production will be redirected east and south across Canada and the United States under a pipeline approval granted Wednesday to TransCanada Corp. in the wake of a scrapped Pacific Coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal project.
A new growth front is emerging for liquid byproducts of natural gas as solvent scrubbing agents that replace or reduce steam currently used for subterranean “in-situ” oilsands production in northern Alberta.
A halt has been called to an attempt by Canada’s biggest oil refinery to avoid looming pipeline cost increases for switching Canadian East Coast natural gas markets over to imports from the United States.
Canada’s Liberal government has recruited experts in adapting projects and regulations to environmental, community and aboriginal concerns for a panel mandated to chart a course to “modernize” the National Energy Board (NEB).
Canada’s NEB Sees Brief Decline in NatGas Output from U.S. Shale Competition Before LNG Exports Ramp Up
Canadian oil and natural gas production will keep growing, but soft prices and environmental restrictions will slow the pace and generate setbacks, the National Energy Board (NEB) predicted Wednesday in a revised 25-year forecast.