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The Globe and Mail
Oil sands output seen growing, need for new pipelines ‘urgent’: industry groupbut remains stalled; Kinder Morgan Inc.’s proposed expansion of its TransMounta
Oil sands output seen growing, need for new pipelines ‘urgent’: industry group
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
but remains stalled; Kinder Morgan Inc.’s proposed expansion of its TransMountain pipeline to Vancouver which the National Energy Board recommended be approved and is now undergoing further review by the Liberal government, and Trans... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Environment assessment overhaul: Five thingsof fish habitat that was not related to a commercial, recreational or aborigina
Environment assessment overhaul: Five things
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 6 days ago
of fish habitat that was not related to a commercial, recreational or aboriginal fishery. 4: Bill C-38 stripped the National Energy Board of the power to grant or refuse a certificate of public convenience and necessity for a pipeline... Read more
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Hamilton News
Environment assessment overhaul: Five thingsof fish habitat that was not related to a commercial, recreational or aborigina
Environment assessment overhaul: Five things
Hamilton News / Posted 6 days ago
of fish habitat that was not related to a commercial, recreational or aboriginal fishery. 4: Bill C-38 stripped the National Energy Board of the power to grant or refuse a certificate of public convenience and necessity for a pipeline... Read more
6d
The Globe and Mail
Ottawa looks to ‘modernize’ environmental review processespanned as wholly inadequate. The federal announcement came as the City of Vanc
Ottawa looks to ‘modernize’ environmental review processes
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
panned as wholly inadequate. The federal announcement came as the City of Vancouver launched a court challenge against the National Energy Board’s review of Kinder Morgan Inc.’s proposed $6.7-billion expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Vancouver takes legal action to block Kinder Morgan pipeline planpassing through city waters. In a statement posted on the city’s website, Mayo
Vancouver takes legal action to block Kinder Morgan pipeline plan
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
passing through city waters. In a statement posted on the city’s website, Mayor Gregor Robertson called the review by the National Energy Board (NEB) “flawed and biased” and said that it ignored scientific evidence on the consequences of a major... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Vancouver requests court review of NEB’s Trans Mountain approvalThe City of Vancouver is the latest to file an application for judicial review
Vancouver requests court review of NEB’s Trans Mountain approval
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
The City of Vancouver is the latest to file an application for judicial review over the National Energy Board’s recommendation that the federal government approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The Squamish Nation and a pair of environmental... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
MP against assisted suicidediscuss issues currently before parliament in Ottawa — such as Kinder Morgan’s
MP against assisted suicide
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
discuss issues currently before parliament in Ottawa — such as Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) project. The National Energy Board (NEB) approved the TMX pipeline on May 19, subject to 157 conditions. All that remains is approval... Read more
9d
The Globe and Mail
Chevron seeks buyers for B.C. refineryget its hoped-for volumes on Trans Mountain – especially when pipelines to the
Chevron seeks buyers for B.C. refinery
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
get its hoped-for volumes on Trans Mountain – especially when pipelines to the U.S. are booked up, and had applied to the National Energy Board to get preferential access. But its application was denied. An expanded conduit would likely ease any... Read more
9d
CommonDreams.org
Environmental Groups Launch Court Challenge over NEB’s Kinder Morgan ReportVANCOUVER - The National Energy Board (NEB) broke the law when it failed to app
Environmental Groups Launch Court Challenge over NEB’s Kinder Morgan Report
CommonDreams.org / Posted 9 days ago
VANCOUVER - The National Energy Board (NEB) broke the law when it failed to apply the Species at Risk Act in its final report on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline project, environmental groups say. Ecojustice lawyers, representing Living... Read more
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CTV News
Squamish Nation files court case against Trans Mountain pipeline expansionTrans Mountain pipeline expansion Jamie Antone, 9, of the Squamish First Natio
Squamish Nation files court case against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
Trans Mountain pipeline expansion Jamie Antone, 9, of the Squamish First Nation, holds a sign as protesters gather outside National Energy Board hearings on the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Burnaby, B.C., on Tuesday January 19,... Read more
10d
The Globe and Mail
NEB launches Energy East review as Quebec First Nations signal oppositionThe National Energy Board has officially launched its review of the controversi
NEB launches Energy East review as Quebec First Nations signal opposition
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
The National Energy Board has officially launched its review of the controversial Energy East pipeline project with the promise of a more inclusive hearing process – even as First Nations in Quebec signal their opposition to the project and the... Read more
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10d
Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Council backs Northern Gatewayto start north of Fort Saskatchewan, just west of Bruderheim, city council will
Council backs Northern Gateway
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 10 days ago
to start north of Fort Saskatchewan, just west of Bruderheim, city council will be sending a letter of support to the National Energy Board (NEB) in favour of the company’s request for an extension of another three years. The Sunset Clause... Read more
10d
CTV News
Energy East decision countdown begins as National Energy Board launches reviewCALGARY - The National Energy Board says it has officially started the clock on
Energy East decision countdown begins as National Energy Board launches review
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
CALGARY - The National Energy Board says it has officially started the clock on its review of the contentious Energy East pipeline project. The NEB now has 21 months to hold hearings along the 4,500-kilometre route from Alberta to New Brunswick and... Read more
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CTV News
Energy East decision coutndown begins as National Energy Board launches reviewCALGARY - The National Energy Board says it has officially started the clock on
Energy East decision coutndown begins as National Energy Board launches review
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
CALGARY - The National Energy Board says it has officially started the clock on its review of the contentious Energy East pipeline project. The NEB now has 21 months to hold hearings along the 4,500-kilometre route from Alberta to New Brunswick and... Read more
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CBC.ca
Energy East would fuel 'fuel catastrophic climate change,' says Assembly of First Nations in Quebecwith indigenous communities, but it has also maintained that First Nations do n
Energy East would fuel 'fuel catastrophic climate change,' says Assembly of First Nations in Quebec
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
with indigenous communities, but it has also maintained that First Nations do not hold a veto over development. The National Energy Board is holding a news conference Thursday in Calgary to provide an update on the Energy East regulatory... Read more
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BC Local News
Nisga'a puzzled over northwest B.C. pipeline speculationto build the pipeline at a cost of $7.9 billion from Alberta to a marine export
Nisga'a puzzled over northwest B.C. pipeline speculation
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
to build the pipeline at a cost of $7.9 billion from Alberta to a marine export terminal at Kitimat. At the same time, the National Energy Board has recommended the $6.8 billion Kinder Morgan project be approved. And should any pipeline company... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Nisga'a puzzled over northwest B.C. pipeline speculationto build the pipeline at a cost of $7.9 billion from Alberta to a marine export
Nisga'a puzzled over northwest B.C. pipeline speculation
Terrace Standard / Posted 10 days ago
to build the pipeline at a cost of $7.9 billion from Alberta to a marine export terminal at Kitimat. At the same time, the National Energy Board has recommended the $6.8 billion Kinder Morgan project be approved. And should any pipeline company... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Western Canadian mayors find a voice at home – and in Ottawain the past, advocating for new pipelines to one coast or another. He regrets t
Western Canadian mayors find a voice at home – and in Ottawa
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 days ago
in the past, advocating for new pipelines to one coast or another. He regrets the way mayors elsewhere are politicizing the National Energy Board process and asking everyone to think about the good of the country as a whole. He repeated that this... Read more
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The Northern View
Northern Gateway on death’s door says Cullenban that would kill it.” The 1,177 km pipeline proposed to bring crude oil fro
Northern Gateway on death’s door says Cullen
The Northern View / Posted 17 days ago
ban that would kill it.” The 1,177 km pipeline proposed to bring crude oil from Edmonton to Kitimat was approved by the National Energy Board (NEB) in 2014, with numerous conditions. That same NEB will review the three-year extension application... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Australian firm asks B.C. First Nation to support LNG projectfiled this spring to the B.C. environmental regulator. Last year, Woodside rece
Australian firm asks B.C. First Nation to support LNG project
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 days ago
filed this spring to the B.C. environmental regulator. Last year, Woodside received a 25-year LNG export licence from the National Energy Board. The Australian energy giant said it will set aside extra time to meet with the Lax Kw’alaams and... Read more
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BC Local News
City reasserts opposition to Trans Mountain pipelineto Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reasserting the city’s opposition to the rough
City reasserts opposition to Trans Mountain pipeline
BC Local News / Posted 18 days ago
to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reasserting the city’s opposition to the roughly $6.8-billion project. Last month, the National Energy Board recommended the federal government approve the natural gas pipeline expansion, subject to 157... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Notley vows to fight for Trans Mountain pipelineoilsands crude shipped on Trans Mountain to the port of Vancouver for export —
Notley vows to fight for Trans Mountain pipeline
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 days ago
oilsands crude shipped on Trans Mountain to the port of Vancouver for export — last month received approval from the National Energy Board, subject to 157 conditions, and is expected to go in front of the federal cabinet for a final decision... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Vancouver mayor put pressure on pal Trudeau to spike pipelinein October, "was a sharp rebuke of the Harper government's approach." The regu
Vancouver mayor put pressure on pal Trudeau to spike pipeline
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 days ago
in October, "was a sharp rebuke of the Harper government's approach." The regulator for the TransMountain project is the National Energy Board. It recently approved Kinder Morgan's application, albeit with more than a 100 conditions. The Trudeau... Read more
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CTV News
Vancouver mayor seeks 'definitive no' on Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansionbeing pumped to an export terminal in Burrard Inlet, and would result in a seve
Vancouver mayor seeks 'definitive no' on Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion
CTV News / Posted 19 days ago
being pumped to an export terminal in Burrard Inlet, and would result in a seven-fold increase in tanker ships. The National Energy Board has conditionally approved the pipeline, and the Liberal government has promised a final decision by... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Vancouver mayor, First Nations urge Ottawa to reject Trans Mountain pipelinewon 15 of the 16 seats in B.C.’s Lower Mainland in last year’s federal election
Vancouver mayor, First Nations urge Ottawa to reject Trans Mountain pipeline
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
won 15 of the 16 seats in B.C.’s Lower Mainland in last year’s federal election. After an 18-month review process, the National Energy Board (NEB) concluded that the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is in the national interest and that the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Western mayors clash over Trans Mountain pipeline expansionon an overwhelmingly negative message. Liberals won 15 of the 16 seats in the L
Western mayors clash over Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
on an overwhelmingly negative message. Liberals won 15 of the 16 seats in the Lower Mainland in last fall’s election. The National Energy Board held an 18-month review of the project and concluded that it is in the national interest and that the... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Juan de Fuca tugs to escort oil tankers to Buoy JulietTransport Canada and the Pacific Pilotage Authority, indicating a tug escort is
Juan de Fuca tugs to escort oil tankers to Buoy Juliet
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 22 days ago
Transport Canada and the Pacific Pilotage Authority, indicating a tug escort is “an important mitigation measure.” The National Energy Board also agreed on the mandatory requirement for tug escorts to Buoy Juliet as a condition for the Trans... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Vancouver mayor to talk pipeline with PM, natural resources ministerand Quebec to a refinery and export terminal in Saint John. Mr. Robertson’s in
Vancouver mayor to talk pipeline with PM, natural resources minister
The Globe and Mail / Posted 23 days ago
and Quebec to a refinery and export terminal in Saint John. Mr. Robertson’s intervention comes just two weeks after the National Energy Board concluded the project would be in the national interest as it would mean increased jobs and add to... Read more
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Zero Hedge
June 3its fourth-quarter earnings Thursday, which were in line with analyst expectati
June 3
Zero Hedge / Posted 23 days ago
its fourth-quarter earnings Thursday, which were in line with analyst expectations. (http://bit.ly/1RT2vLF) ** The National Energy Board is giving Imperial Oil until the end of 2022 to start building the long-delayed Mackenzie Gas Project,... Read more
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CTV News
Numbers on energy industry growth, climate commitments don't add up: reportindustry spokesman said Hughes relied on out-of-date information and didn't acc
Numbers on energy industry growth, climate commitments don't add up: report
CTV News / Posted 24 days ago
industry spokesman said Hughes relied on out-of-date information and didn't account for innovation. Hughes combined National Energy Board growth projections with the Alberta government's cap on oilsands emissions and British Columbia's plans... Read more
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CTV News
National Energy Board could decide fate of Mackenzie Gas Project todayCALGARY - The National Energy Board will release a decision later today that co
National Energy Board could decide fate of Mackenzie Gas Project today
CTV News / Posted 24 days ago
CALGARY - The National Energy Board will release a decision later today that could decide the fate of the Mackenzie Gas Project, a pipeline that would ship natural gas from the Northwest Territories to northern Alberta. Imperial Oil (TSX:IMO) is... Read more
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The Tyee
New Report Knocks Down Pro-Pipelines 'Fantasies'of Canada's total greenhouse gas emissions in 2014 to 45 per cent by 2030. Und
New Report Knocks Down Pro-Pipelines 'Fantasies'
The Tyee / Posted 25 days ago
of Canada's total greenhouse gas emissions in 2014 to 45 per cent by 2030. Under such a scenario, as forecasted by the National Energy Board, the rest of the economy would be forced to contract its emissions by 47 per cent in order to meet... Read more
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CBC.ca
Benefits of Energy East pipeline shrinking, internal government memo saysOPEC unleashing torrents of oil on the market, Chinese demand weakening and the
Benefits of Energy East pipeline shrinking, internal government memo says
CBC.ca / Posted 26 days ago
OPEC unleashing torrents of oil on the market, Chinese demand weakening and the end of the U.S. ban on oil exports. "The National Energy Board currently forecasts that WTI will trade at $77.54 and Brent at $81.62 in 2020," reads the memo, marked... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Wildrose suspends MLA from caucus over insult to Wynne on FacebookMason said the contretemps won’t help as Alberta seeks Ontario support for the
Wildrose suspends MLA from caucus over insult to Wynne on Facebook
The Globe and Mail / Posted 29 days ago
Mason said the contretemps won’t help as Alberta seeks Ontario support for the transboundary Energy East pipeline. Cooper said the blowup won’t affect Energy East at all because the decision on the pipeline is made by the National Ener... Read more
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CTV News
Wildrose suspends MLA over insult about WynneMason said the contretemps won't help as Alberta seeks Ontario support for the
Wildrose suspends MLA over insult about Wynne
CTV News / Posted 29 days ago
Mason said the contretemps won't help as Alberta seeks Ontario support for the transboundary Energy East pipeline. Cooper said the blowup won't affect Energy East at all because the decision on the pipeline is made by the National Ener... Read more
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CTV News
Wildrose says it 'regrets' insulting Wynne to her faceMason said the contretemps won't help as Alberta seeks Ontario support for the
Wildrose says it 'regrets' insulting Wynne to her face
CTV News / Posted 30 days ago
Mason said the contretemps won't help as Alberta seeks Ontario support for the transboundary Energy East pipeline. Cooper said the blowup won't affect Energy East at all because the decision on the pipeline is made by the National Ener... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Project expected to create 14,000 jobsThe National Energy Board (NEB) gave its stamp of approval for the Trans Mounta
Project expected to create 14,000 jobs
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 30 days ago
The National Energy Board (NEB) gave its stamp of approval for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMX) pipeline on May 19, subject to 157 conditions being met. The 1,150 kilometre pipeline travels from Edmonton to Burnaby, B.C., through Parkland... Read more
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FOX Business
Are Kinder Morgan's Canadian Growth Ambitions About to Be Realized?that project has been a much tougher sell than initially thought. However, it d
Are Kinder Morgan's Canadian Growth Ambitions About to Be Realized?
FOX Business / Posted 30 days ago
that project has been a much tougher sell than initially thought. However, it did receive a big boost last week after the National Energy Board of Canada (NEB) recommended that the project be approved, as long as the company meets its 157... Read more
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FOX Business
Are Kinder Morgan's Canadian Growth Ambitions About to Be Realized?that project has been a much tougher sell than initially thought. However, it d
Are Kinder Morgan's Canadian Growth Ambitions About to Be Realized?
FOX Business / Posted 30 days ago
that project has been a much tougher sell than initially thought. However, it did receive a big boost last week after the National Energy Board of Canada (NEB) recommended that the project be approved, as long as the company meets its 157... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Wynne steps back from plan to phase out natural gas in Ontariolarger share of the Ontario market from Western Canadian companies. Now, most O
Wynne steps back from plan to phase out natural gas in Ontario
The Globe and Mail / Posted a month ago
larger share of the Ontario market from Western Canadian companies. Now, most Ontario natural gas comes from the U.S. The National Energy Board says 18.4 billion cubic metres of natural gas was imported into Ontario from the U.S in 2015, the... Read more
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CTV News
Emission rule to add millions to Trans Mountain cost: Kinder Morgandraft form (but) we welcome it," Anderson said in one of his first interviews s
Emission rule to add millions to Trans Mountain cost: Kinder Morgan
CTV News / Posted a month ago
draft form (but) we welcome it," Anderson said in one of his first interviews since the $6.8-billion project was given the National Energy Board's conditional blessing last week. "It will add cost. Those offsets will cost something. I don't know... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Letter: LNG industry fails on many frontsof proposals and plans produced by multinational proponents. Most of these have
Letter: LNG industry fails on many fronts
Terrace Standard / Posted a month ago
of proposals and plans produced by multinational proponents. Most of these have been given export licences by the National Energy Board, and await environmental assessments by either the federal or provincial government after which they... Read more

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