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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.

Senate defeats Keystone XL pipeline

The U.S. Senate defeated a bill to authorize construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, delivering a blow to Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., by members of her own party.

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

Enbridge plans Northern Gateway shakeup, giving greater control to aboriginal partners

07 December 2014

Enbridge Inc. is planning significantly greater aboriginal participation and control — perhaps even a majority — over the Northern Gateway oil pipeline, while eventually stepping back into more of an operator role, the proposed pipeline’s top executive confirmed Friday.

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Provinces have no right to pipeline ‘conditions’

03 December 2014

The spectacle of Alberta Premier Jim Prentice having to meet with Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne this week to discuss their “conditions” on the Energy East pipeline reversal is a sad and shameful state of affairs.

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Let’s Keep Talking

03 December 2014

Ian Anderson, president of Kinder Morgan Canada addresses recent demonstrations on Burnaby Mountain and encourages ongoing dialogue.

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Along northern Minnesota pipeline route, Enbridge to hold open houses

02 December 2014

Enbridge Energy Partners opens a series of open houses across northern Minnesota on Wednesday along the route of its proposed Line 3 Replacement Project. The first meeting is in the northwestern Minnesota community of Clearbrook. Others are planned for Thief River Falls, Hallock, Park Rapids, Pine River, McGregor and Carlton through Dec. 11.

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How clean is our ‘dirty’ oil? You’d be surprised.

02 December 2014

Researchers for California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard have recently released new data measuring the carbon intensity of various crude oil blends, including diluted bitumen (a.k.a. ‘dilbit’) and upgraded synthetic crude oil (‘SCO’) from the Canadian oilsands.

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Energy East Pipeline: TransCanada Halts Work On Terminal Near Endangered Belugas

01 December 2014

TransCanada Corp. is halting all work on an oil terminal in eastern Quebec in response to concerns the project could hurt a beluga habitat.

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Political Interference is Preventing Pipeline Safety

01 December 2014

TransCanada Pipeline’s Energy East project has run into some serious opposition in Ontario and Quebec. The premiers of those provinces have joined forces to effectively shake down the $12-Billion, 4,400 km pipeline in the name of the environment, safety, and benefits for their respective provinces.

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Kinder Morgan Announces Closing of the Merger Transactions

30 November 2014

Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI) today announced it has completed its acquisition of the outstanding equity securities of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (KMP), Kinder Morgan Management, LLC (KMR) and El Paso Pipeline Partners, L.P. (EPB). The approximately $76 billion transaction was initially announced Aug. 10, 2014.

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Pipeline politics could fuel talk of Alberta separation

30 November 2014

Few people are indifferent to the prospect of global warming, but that doesn’t mean that greenhouse gas emissions should cloud the debate over construction of new pipelines.

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Pipeline spills crude into Alberta muskeg

29 November 2014

The Alberta Energy Regulator says close to 60,000 litres of crude oil have spilled into muskeg in the province’s north.

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Alberta premier hopes to rebuild relationship with landowners

27 November 2014

Alberta premier Jim Prentice made property rights the focus of his first bill in the new sitting of the legislature.

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Thanksgiving 2014: Why I am thankful for property rights (yes, you read that correctly)

26 November 2014

This Thanksgiving, I give thanks for something our forebears gave us: property rights.

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Manitoba Hydro Threatens Expropriation

26 November 2014

Bullying has been a hot topic of conversation the last couple of years. The behaviour has become socially unacceptable, its practitioners pariahs. But it seems the brain-trust at Manitoba Hydro didn’t get the memo.

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If You Want Steady Dividend Income, You Have to Read This: Enbridge Inc

22 November 2014

The lingering impact of the Great Recession is still hitting parts of the U.S. Midwest hard. But in Moberly, Missouri, things have held up well.

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