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Trans Mountain Pipeline

The Canadian government-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline is expected to cost C$12.6 billion ($9.47 billion) to expand, a sharp increase from the previous estimate of C$7.4 billion. Read more

Pipeline/Transportation

The Federal Court intends to post the decision online. Read more

Regulations

Prospects for expanding pipelines to move Canadian oil to markets have brightened, but plenty of hurdles remain for the Canadian sector, which has struggled for years with low prices and a glut in storage due to long project delays. Read more

Pipeline/Transportation

The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday quickly dismissed an attempt by the western province of British Columbia to regulate what can be transported in a major crude oil pipeline crossing its territory. Read more

Pipeline/Transportation

The Canadian government-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion faces its latest legal hurdle in a federal court this week as indigenous groups appeal the pipeline’s expansion. Read more

Pipeline/Transportation

Work is restarting at the Burnaby storage terminal where the pipeline terminates, and the Westridge marine terminal, where crude is loaded onto tankers. Read more

Pipeline/Transportation

The NEB has decided how regulatory processes for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project will continue, including detailed route and condition compliance processes. Read more

Regulations

Canada on Tuesday approved as expected a hotly contested proposal to expand the western Canadian crude oil pipeline it bought last year, providing hope for a depressed energy industry but angering environmental groups. Read more

Midstream

The new Alberta government has proclaimed into a law an act enabling it to restrict the flow of oil and gas to neighboring British Columbia. Read more

Pipeline/Transportation

The National Energy Board (NEB) recently delivered its reconsideration report to Canada's government, with an overall recommendation that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is in the Canadian public interest and should be approved. Read more

Midstream

Canada’s National Energy Board regulator recommended that Ottawa approve expansion of the government-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline. Read more

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Canada’s energy regulator gave the go-ahead last week for construction of a large portion of the expansion. Canada’s takeover of the pipeline is expected to close later this year. Read more

Pipeline/Transportation

Kinder Morgan

Hilton Price

Kinder Morgan Canada Limited announced that it is suspending all non-essential activities and related spending on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. Read more

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Kinder Morgan

Hilton Price

Shares in Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd rose as much as 9.5 percent to a four-month high early on Friday, after a favorable ruling by the country’s energy regulator on its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion boosted prospects of the contentious project. Read more

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