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An update of a pivotal report on U.S. liquefied natural gas exports released on Friday found that allowing unlimited shipments of gas abroad would benefit the U.S. economy, mirroring the findings of the initial study.
Last night, Ed Schultz came out against the pipeline. Now, maybe at first glance that's no big deal.
AGDC subsidiary one focus of Senate Finance Committee's work on SB 138; value of TransCanada as partner also under discussion The Senate Finance Committee continues work on Senate Bill 138, the governor's enabling legislation allowing for state equity participation in a liquefied natural gas project to take North Slope natural gas to Asia.
A: After nearly six years of rigorous regulatory review, approval for the more than 1,700-mile Keystone XL oil pipeline remains in limbo.
Alliance, now jointly owned by affiliates of Enbridge Inc. and Veresen Inc., carries gas rich in petroleum liquids such as butane, ethane and propane from northeastern British Columbia to the Chicago region.
A Canadian company may have found a way to ship more oil across the U.S. border without becoming enmeshed in the red tape that's tied up the proposed Keystone XL pipeline -- by relying on a permit it got four decades ago.
As the National Energy Board prepares to evaluate TransCanada Corp.'s proposal for a pipeline to carry crude oil from Alberta to Saint John, New Brunswick, an energy researcher predicts controversy over the next two years or more of hearings.
Trinidad is a growth-oriented corporation that trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol TDG.
The Sierra Club wants a judge to order New York state to do a full environmental review on a request to take 1.5 billion gallons of water a day from the East River for a Queens power plant.
From unilaterally rewriting Obamacare at least 18 times to bypassing Congress and implementing the DREAM Act's immigration policies by fiat, Obama rules by decree.
Sparks-based Ebara International Corp. Cryodynamics Division, which produces pumps and expanders for the liquefied natural gas industry, has marked six years without workers' lost time due to injury or accidents.
WHILE the provincial government works doggedly at figuring out how to make billions from the prospect of a liquefied natural gas industry, it has released a plan to spend millions to prepare the groundwork for that same industry.
From left: Chris Lorenc, Manitoba Heavy Construction Association; Transportation Minister Steve Ashton; Jobs and Economy Minister Theresa Oswald; and Diane Gray of CentrePort.
Building Trades Unions welcomes the filing of the Energy East Project Description with the National Energy Board.
The Honourable Joe Oliver, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, will tour the pipe yard for TransCanada's Houston Lateral Project tomorrow.