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East Africa to join world gas giants
TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty ImagesTo East Africa's assets of spectacular wildlife, abundant land and shimmering beaches you can now add gas - so much gas it could transform global energy flows along with some of the world's poorest countries. ... Demand is ...
Flat US Wages Help Fuel Rebound in Manufacturing
The celebrated revival of U.S. manufacturing employment has been accompanied by a less-lauded fact: Wages for many manufacturing workers aren't keeping up with inflation.
Nova Scotia call for startups goes global
Through Innovacorp, a Crown corporation that invests in early stage companies, Nova Scotia offered more than $300,000 in funding and services to lure a promising clean tech startup to its shores. “We thought, 'Why not just throw open the doors to the ...
6 Global Conflicts That Have Flared Up Over Oil and Gas
Major wars over oil have been fought every decade or so since World War I, and smaller engagements have erupted every few years; a flare-up or two in 2012, then, would be part of the normal scheme of things.
Shell, Asian energy giants to build largest LNG plant in BC
“We are dealing here with a world-scale, multinational business that is active all over the world. The fact that they are paying significant attention to B.C.
Jeff Rubin argues in The End of Growth that central bankers must focus on high ...
"When the world's annual fuel bill was less than $800 billion, oil-importing nations like the United States clocked healthy economic growth year after year," Rubin writes.
Meet CP Rail's new board
As retired chairman and CEO of Xcel Energy, a utility supplier of electric power and natural gas service in eight U.S. states, Kelly was a customer of railway services, notably moving coal for coal-fired generation plants. John Manley ... Madeleine ...
Biomass Energy: Pros and Cons
Learn about other forms of energy generation here. Biomass energy has been around since long before anyone spoke of renewables or alternative energy sources.
Imperial Oil to sell refinery
The refinery, which opened in 1918 at the tail end of the First World War, has a capacity of roughly 88,000 barrels of oil a day and produces a range of petroleum products, including gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and home heating fuel. Yet the refinery ...
NS Power applies for more rate hikes
In fact, the utility's fuel costs are expected to temporarily drop next year because of lower natural gas prices, coupled with lower electricity consumption.