A target of Aug. 5 has been set for capacity expansion construction to begin at the Edmonton inlet and the Vancouver Harbor outlet of the Trans Mountain Pipeline across Western Canada.
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After 67 inconclusive months, Canada’s pipeline regulatory ordeal advanced a political step Tuesday when the Liberal government in Ottawa granted approval for a second time to the 590,000 b/d Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion.
An appellate verdict last week blocked the British Columbia (BC) government’s campaign to stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion (TMX) project by enacting provincial control over oil deliveries through the planned facilities.
The Alberta government moved Monday to put teeth into the campaign to restart the stalled Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. (KML) Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion.
Talks on restarting Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd.’s (KML) politically stalled Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion started Sunday with no sign of a quick or speedy settlement between the feuding federal, Alberta and British Columbia (BC) governments.
Kinder Morgan Inc. cut the price for its initial public offering (IPO) of shares in its Canadian subsidiary after admitting the reason for the sale — expansion of oilsands export route Trans Mountain Pipeline — still faces serious political risks.
Marcellus Shale pure-play operator Trans Energy Inc. announced a deal late Thursday to sell one-third of its net acreage in West Virginia to an undisclosed buyer for $71.3 million.
While delays of export terminal projects sink hopes for rapid overseas sales of Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG), plans to fill tankers with oilfield liquids remain afloat on the Pacific Coast of British Columbia (BC).
Eco-warriors among civic politicians across Canada were sent a reminder Thursday that their weapons are limited: They have no power to block pipeline construction.
Less than a month after federal regulators levied a $3 million fine against Trans Energy Inc. for illegally dumping materials into streams and wetlands in West Virginia, the company pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on Wednesday to three counts of violating the Clean Water Act (CWA).