Natural gas use is on the rise in Ontario, with current consumers in Canada’s most populated province paying surcharges on utility bills to subsidize costs of installing distribution system extensions.
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A natural gas project in Quebec and Ontario has begun the first test case of the ability to build pipelines under the revamped Canadian regulatory framework.
TC Energy Corp. announced a C$2.87 billion ($2.2 billion) sale Tuesday of three Ontario natural gas-fired power plants and earmarked the proceeds for growth projects in Canada, the United States and Mexico.
TransCanada Corp. on Wednesday announced the second increase in traffic achieved on its cross-country natural gas Mainline by toll discount negotiations since 2016.
Nipigon LNG, a pioneer of extending natural gas distribution into northern Ontario, has won a promise to cooperate from TransCanada Corp. after two years of waiting for a supply commitment from the midstream company’s cross-country Mainline.
Only liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports can prevent a decades-long Canadian production slump in retreat from competition by low-cost U.S. supplies, said a state-of-the-industry review issued Wednesday.
Pennsylvania and Ontario, Canada, have gotten a boost to advance natural gas vehicle (NGV) fleets and fueling stations.
A new eastern path will open for Canadian imports of shale gas from the United States — potentially straight to the national capital, Ottawa — as a result of a pipeline direction switch approved by the National Energy Board (NEB).
As Canada’s eastern natural gas storage and trading hub put an expansion into action on its 75th anniversary, a surge of western production began flowing Wednesday with a boost from a deep cross-country pipeline toll cut.
A 1.4-Bcf/d wave of Western Canadian natural gas will start reaching Ontario, Quebec and northeastern U.S. markets on schedule Nov. 1, thanks to swift approval Thursday of a deep cross-country pipeline toll discount.