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Obama Vetoes Keystone XL Bill

U.S. President Barack Obama made good Tuesday on a threat to veto a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, bringing the two sides in the long-running controversy to a rare point of agreement: their battle is far from over.

Gaz Métro’s Sophie Brochu takes on TransCanada pipeline plan

Such differences are usually aired behind closed doors. But Sophie Brochu of Gaz Métro has broken those unwritten rules.

How To Protect Yourself From Expropriation With Copyright Law

In 1996, Peter claimed legal copyright over his land as a work of art, forcing pipeline developers to do expensive rerouting around it ever since. To meet with him, he charges land developers $500 an hour. 

Enbridge reports $80-million loss, warns Line 9B project delayed

Enbridge Inc, Canada’s largest pipeline company, reported a stronger-than-expected third-quarter profit on Wednesday as it shipped record volumes on its Mainline pipeline system.

City Circus Interviews CAEPLA’s Dave Core

In an exclusive interview, Dave Core, CEO of the national Energy and Pipeline Landowners Association tells how the Crown monopoly uses private eyes and RCMP to intimidate farmers who dare safeguard their property

Landowners Group Debunks Manitoba Hydro Expropriation

14 March 2015

Landowners Group Debunks Manitoba Hydro Expropriation. LISTEN: MBLC exposes Crown corp on WestMan’s largest radio station

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Manitoba Bipole Landowners Committee member discusses rally outside of provincial NDP leadership convention.

11 March 2015

Manitoba Bipole Landowners Committee member discusses rally outside of provincial NDP leadership convention. LISTEN: Manitoba Farm Journal

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Murphy Oil reports leak up to 17,000 barrels in northern Alberta

09 March 2015

Murphy Oil says up to 17,000 barrels of petroleum product have spilled at its Seal heavy oil site in northern Alberta. The U.S.-based company says on the afternoon of March 1, it found condensate near the surface in three areas.

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Property rights group visits Sangudo

09 March 2015

“David versus Goliath.” That’s how CAEPLA—the Canadian Association of Energy and Pipeline Landowner Associations—characterizes the relationship between landowners and pipeline companies that want to build pipelines through their land.

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TransCanada Is Seizing People’s Land To Build Keystone, But Conservatives Have Been Dead Silent

08 March 2015

For Julia Trigg Crawford, watching TransCanada construct the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline on a corner of her 600-acre farm was “gut-wrenching.” Crawford, who lives in Direct, Texas, had been trying since 2011 to keep the pipeline company off her property.

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Federal pipeline regulators push back on Enbridge’s Line 9

05 March 2015

Federal pipeline regulators are pushing back after Enbridge asked some municipalities along its Line 9 route, which cuts across the GTA, to sign non-disclosure agreements prior to receiving complete copies of emergency plans.

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Expropriated landowners not giving up yet

26 February 2015

Landowners still reeling from the news they no longer own strips of their property are adamant that their story is not over yet. Manitoba Bipole III Landowner Committee (MBLC) member Jurgen Kohler told a packed house at the Carman Legion Hall on Monday that “they still have time.”

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Strength of Canadian Pipeline Regulations

26 February 2015

Pipeline industry expert, Jake Abes, speaks about the regulatory oversight of Canada’s oil and gas transmission pipelines.

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Meetings between Kinder Morgan and feds leave no paper trail

25 February 2015

No records, no agenda, no minutes, no briefing notes. That’s what Vancouver-based economist and former ICBC CEO Robyn Allan learned from a Freedom of Information (FOI) request on senior-level meetings between the federal government and Texas-based oil giant Kinder Morgan.

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Obama Vetoes Keystone XL Bill

25 February 2015

U.S. President Barack Obama made good Tuesday on a threat to veto a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, bringing the two sides in the long-running controversy to a rare point of agreement: their battle is far from over.

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Kinder Morgan President Says B.C. Spill Plan Doesn’t Need To Be Public

20 February 2015

An emergency response plan for the proposed $5.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will remain secret in British Columbia — even though a similar plan was recently made public in Washington state.

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Can A Pipeline Company Learn?

15 February 2015

“JUST WRITE THE DAMN CHECKS!” Happy 2015, everyone! We’re sorry we’ve been away for a while. Since before the holidays, we’ve been attending to some life-matters and over the past few weeks, we’ve been getting back into the swing of a particularly busy new semester. We do have a bit of news to share, however. Interestingly, the […]

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TransCanada Corp moves forward with Upland pipeline amid ‘extraordinarily difficult’ Keystone process

15 February 2015

As U.S. legislation to approve TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline waited Friday for a promised veto from U.S. President Barack Obama, the Calgary-based company said it would move ahead with another cross-border pipeline — this one to transport oil in the opposite direction.

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Enbridge Poised To Activate Line 9

12 February 2015

It’s all systems go for western crude to flow east through a reversed Enbridge pipeline from the Hamilton area to Montreal. Company spokesman Ken Hall says the company has installed 17 new shut-off valves at major water crossings, bringing the total to 62.

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