Recent Canadian Energy Headlines

Alberta says it’s prepared to invest directly in energy industry – BNNBloomberg.ca

EDMONTON - A new session of the Alberta legislature began Tuesday with the government promising to invest directly in oil and gas, if necessary, and to pass a law that would punish people who block roads and rail lines. The throne speech read by Lt.-Gov. Lois Mitchell said Premier Jason Kenney's government is prepared to ...
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Analysts agree Canadian energy projects more difficult to get to completion – Thompson Citizen

Adequate pipeline access from the Alberta oilsands to export markets was one of the issues Teck said it must solve — along with oil price and bringing in a partner — in order to proceed to construction of the mine. "We're talking about some pretty long-haul pipe that touches a lot of areas, a lot ...
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National Building Code 2020 revisions will focus on energy-efficiency – Daily Commercial News

There is a significant emphasis on energy performance,” Al Jaugelis told the Daily Commercial News when describing the code’s latest proposals. As technical Director of Fenestration Canada — the association representing Canadian window and door manufacturers — Jaugelis sits on National Research Council (NRC) committees that plot the future direction of the NBC. While Jaugelis ...
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Teck withdraws application for Frontier oilsands mine, citing debate around climate policy – CBC.ca

Vancouver-based Teck Resources Ltd., has withdrawn its application to build a massive oilsands project in northern Alberta, citing the ongoing debate over climate policy in Canada. The federal government was slated to make a decision this week on whether to approve the $20.6-billion, 260,000-barrel-per-day Frontier. Sources close to the project confirmed to CBC News the ...
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NOVA Gas Transmission expansion gets go-ahead from federal energy regulator – EverythingGP

An expansion to the NOVA Gas Transmission pipeline system in the Peace Country has earned the backing of the Canada Energy Regulator. The network, which is owned and operated by TC Energy, had applied to build a 344-kilometre pipeline to expand its network back in 2018. The pipe would send sweet natural gas from the ...
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Canada and Quebec invest in improving access to renewable energy – Radio Canada International (en)

The Canadian and Quebec governments announced on Feb. 20, that they are investing more than $4.8 million to increase access to renewable energy in northern Quebec, according to a press release from Infrastructure Canada. The goal is the investment is to connect a road stop at kilometer 381 on the James Bay Road, to Hydro-Quebec’s ...
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Approval of Grande Prairie area pipeline expansion recommended by Canada Energy Regulator – My Grande Prairie Now

It’s been determined that a pipeline expansion project in the Grande Prairie area is in the public interest. The Canada Energy Regulator is recommending that the federal cabinet approve NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.’s 2021 System Expansion Project. The project includes roughly 344 kilometres of natural gas pipeline in eight loops, as well as three additional ...
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TC Energy Secures Approval for Nova Natural Gas Pipe Expansion in Western Canada – Natural Gas Intelligence

The CER approval imposed 58 conditions that respond to national Liberal government priorities such as protection of northern caribou and cooperation with native tribes for the full lifespan of the pipeline. “The project is driven primarily by Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) producers seeking increased access to markets and the ability to compete for downstream ...
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