‘I would like to thank the senators who voted against Justin Trudeau’s attack on Alberta’: Kenney

May 16 2019 4:42pm Alberta Premier Jason Kenney responds to the Senate Transport Committee recommendation to kill Bill C-48. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp = jQuery.parseJSON( jQuery.ajax({…

Senator Doug Black on Senate committee rejecting tanker ban Bill C-48

May 16 2019 9:12am A federal ban on tanker traffic off British Columbia’s north coast has been defeated in a Senate committee. Senator Doug Black joined us live from Ottawa with reaction and a look at what’s next. ‘ });…

Senate committee recommends feds don’t proceed with tanker ban bill: Alberta senator

The Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications has recommended not to proceed with a controversial bill aimed at limiting tanker traffic along the B.C. coast, according to an Alberta senator. Senator Doug Black tweeted Wednesday evening that the development…

Enbridge aiming to boost Mainline throughput as Q1 results top expectations

Enbridge Inc. is working with shippers to optimize its Mainline pipeline system in a bid to boost throughput by 50,000 to 100,000 barrels per day. Chief executive Al Monaco said Friday that although its Liquids Mainline System — the largest…

CNRL optimism up on oil curtailments, crude by rail rebound

Fears of another Alberta oil price crisis are ebbing thanks to the government’s production curtailment program and improving crude-by-rail profitability, says the president of oilsands producer Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. Story continues below But anxiety about a return to the…

CNRL reports $961M Q1 profit up from $583M a year ago

Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. reported a first-quarter profit of $961 million, up from $583 million in the same quarter last year, as it benefited from higher prices due in part to Alberta’s mandatory production curtailments. Story continues below READ MORE: Who…

Why can’t we be friends? Callers from B.C., Alberta sound off on pipelines, climate change and gas taps

As B.C. waits to see whether Alberta “turns off the taps” of gasoline, it seems the relationship between the two provinces has never been more fraught. The western neighbours have been at odds for years now over the future of…

TransCanada shareholders agree to drop ‘Canada’ from the name

TransCanada Corp. is officially dropping the “Canada” from its name, but CEO Russ Girling isn’t saying he expects it will make it any easier to get pipelines approved in Canada or the United States. The Calgary-based company is now to…