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Pipeline toll battle focuses on future of TransCanada's Mainline
At 1 p.m. Monday, Ontario utilities and Alberta energy heavyweights and one of the country's biggest pipeliners, TransCanada Corp., will settle in to a 110-seat hearing room in downtown Calgary to air their complaints before the National Energy Board.
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TransCanada cuts output forecasts as industry malaise deepens
Pessimism about the prospects of Canada's natural gas industry is deepening after TransCanada Corp. slashed a series of output forecasts and said the cost of shipping gas across the country will rise by nearly a third as a result.
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TransCanada to revise 'optimistic' natural gas outlook
Things are bad and getting worse for Canada's natural gas sector, whose battle with tough prices and U.S. competition has forced TransCanada Corp. to admit its earlier forecasts were too optimistic. TransCanada is a pipeline company, but its forecasts ...
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TransCanada's Mainline gas pipeline at risk, hearing told
In front of a packed hearing with representatives from 60 companies, industry associations and four provinces, TransCanada Corp. said its historic $6-billion cross-Canada Mainline gas pipeline is at risk and efforts to come up with a compromise ...
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Shell picks TransCanada to develop Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline
TransCanada currently has approximately 24,000 kilometres of pipelines in operation in Western Canada including 240 km of pipelines in service in northeast British Columbia, with another 125 km of proposed additions either already having received ...
Pipeline Planned for Canada Gas Exports  Wall Street Journal
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Disrupting the pipeline business
In Perry's professional life, it's corporate Calgary. He is best known for hatching the idea of building the $4.5-billion (U.
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Oil producers urged to solve pipeline constraints
That should ease if and when pipeline companies get approval and proceed with projects such as TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL and Enbridge Inc.'s proposed reversal of the Line 9 pipeline in Ontario to extend the market for domestic crude.
Fort McMurray: Economic centre of Canada?  Financial Post
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Stop charging airport rent, Senate panel urges Ottawa
A Senate committee is urging Ottawa to phase out rent charged to large Canadian airports to make them more competitive with U.S. border terminals that have been luring passengers from north of the border.
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Third oil spill fuels calls for Alberta pipeline review
Pipeline safety is a critical issue for Alberta, as its government mounts a major domestic and international initiative to convince people in British Columbia and the U.S.
Canadian Spills Fuel Worries  Wall Street Journal
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Encana boosts spending plan $600-million
The move, however, won't boost the company's financial results as quickly as investors want, which sent its shares tumbling Thursday.
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