Shell’s LNG Canada project gets go-ahead from Asian partners – Moving closer to $40 billion final approvals

Approvals could see investment opportunities for Canada again September 29, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – The board of PetroChina Co.,  approved its US$3.46 billion share of the LNG Canada project, the company said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange Friday. Korea Gas Corp. did the same in Seoul.  Investment approvals help to move multibillion-dollar development one step closer to a final approval. (Shell said that the project could cost as much as $40 billion CAD.) 

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Parliament Hill Ottawa – Protesters outraged as Kinder Morgan sale deadline is today

Ottawa Protests Parliament Hill against Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Greenpeace doesn’t even mention this on twitter.. as it wasn’t their idea so they can’t capitalize on it I guess GreenPeace only cares about protests if it gets THEM publicity???  As the deadline for Kinder Morgan to help Canada find another buyer for the Trans Mountain pipeline expires this weekend, Ottawa Protests at Parliament Hill rallied against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain sale. The protesters dressed in white

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Protests like Vancouver Ironworker bridge will continue without hard-line from Prime Minster

Justin Trudeau acknowledges ‘extremes’ on both sides, Calgary, July 7, 2018  –  Justin Trudeau was in Calgary for the Opening of the Calgary Stampede… yet he faced some tough questions on a blazing hot YYC Rooftop.  But first… Some quick headlines Mayor Nenshi and Justin Trudeau were at the Airport to announce some funding for Airport Infrastructure… “Phase 2 of Airport Trail realizes the value of the Airport Trail tunnel. It’s an east-west connection between Stoney Trail

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Oil Sands Saturday – Alberta Oilsands being beaten up by BC, Al Gore… and now thanks to FAILED Liberal Lobbying… Alaska??

Alaska wants to slap the Alberta oilsands with 9 cents a barrel tax — for revenge The Canadian government was concerned about the pristine wilderness on the country’s Porcupine caribou herd, named for the river that spans its range into Alaska. So its embassy in Washington lobbied U.S. lawmakers to vote against the Republican bid to add a refuge-drilling measure to the tax-cut package. They lost the gamble. The tax cuts passed and drilling is

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Oil Sands Saturday – As Canada in-fights, America wins out

US Crude production continues to rise, and in the recent US led study, they will soon be a net exporter – bad news for Canada without Global Markets   Calgary, May 4, 2018 – U.S. crude oil production jumped 260,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 10.26 million bpd in February, the highest on record, the Energy Information Administration said in a monthly report on Monday. Production in Texas rose by 106,000 bpd to above 4

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