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Future of TransCanada's Mainline could spur Canada's next great energy debate
As if the great debates over proposed pipelines to export oil to the United States and Asia weren't convulsing Canada enough, a new one is about to divide the country.
Keystone Safety Measures
At TransCanada, safety is our No. 1 priority. Keystone XL will be built with the strongest steel and to higher safety standards than any pipeline in North America. Our plan has undergone well over three years of environmental review by numerous ...
Oil Not Guaranteed: The XL Pipeline's Accidental Activist
Since its original route through the Nebraska sand hills was blocked, TransCanada has been bargaining directly with government officials to come through local land like that of Randy Thompson.
Canadian company resubmits application for Keystone pipeline permit  CNN International
Donation helps equip Crossfield Fire Dept.
Members of the Crossfield Fire Department will soon be outfitted with 10 new sets of turnout gear thanks to a generous donation from the natural gas transmission and power services company TransCanada Corporation. The cheque for $27,000 was handed ...
Meet Canada's Ruling Oligarchy: Parasites-a-Plenty!
Paule Gautier: the first woman president of the Canadian Bar Association, on the boards of Metro Inc., TransCanada Corporation, and Transcanada Pipelines, an associate member of the American Bar Association, and is on the board of CARE, a supposed ...
Keystone XL Pipeline Will Raise US Gasoline Prices, Group Says
The original project, estimated to cost $7.6 billion, would've expanded TransCanada's existing Keystone pipeline to carry as much as 830,000 barrels a day from Canada's oil sands and North Dakota's Bakken Shale along a 1,661-mile (2,672-kilometer) path ...
Canada is world's biggest oil loser by buying high, selling low
TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL pipeline to U.S. Gulf coast refineries was delayed by President Barack Obama while Enbridge Inc.'s proposed Northern Gateway project to the west coast faces environmental hearings and growing opposition in British ...
China wants Canada's oil, no matter what it says  MarketWatch
Natural gas distributors target growth
Union Gas and TransCanada Corp. are both pursuing projects to bring more Marcellus gas into Ontario and Quebec from Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Rail makes big inroads in oil transport
At a time when the pipeline industry is facing opposition to new projects, rail is surging. In the span of months, executives who had never considered moving oil by train are not just tinkering with rail shipments, but embracing them.
Is rail a viable alternative to oil pipelines?: S&P
Rail could emerge as a longterm transportation alternative for Canadian oil companies hamstrung by the slow pace of pipeline projects.