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Nia Williams

Canada boosts U.S. natgas exports, drills more as global prices surge

5:17am EDT

CALGARY, Alberta/NEW YORK Demand has jumped for relatively cheap Canadian natural gas, driving exports to the United States to three-year highs and prompting producers in Canada to boost capital spending and drilling activity.

Enbridge briefly shut Line 5 after protesters tampered with pipeline

Oct 20 2021

CALGARY, Alberta Enbridge Inc shut down its Line 5 oil pipeline for several hours on Tuesday after protesters trespassed onto a facility in Michigan and tampered with the pipeline, an Enbridge spokesman said on Wednesday.

Alberta referendum puts embattled premier in spotlight

Oct 18 2021

CALGARY, Alberta Alberta held a referendum on Monday asking whether Canada should remove a commitment to redistribute wealth among provinces from its constitution, but the vote envisioned by Premier Jason Kenney as a tool to gain leverage with Ottawa could backfire against the deeply unpopular leader.

Explainer-Canada invokes 1977 treaty to keep crude pipeline running

Oct 07 2021

CALGARY, Alberta Canada has invoked https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/canada-formally-invokes-1977-pipeline-treaty-with-us-over-line-5-dispute-2021-10-04 a 44-year-old treaty to trigger negotiations with U.S. President Joe Biden's administration over a pipeline that the state of Michigan is trying to shut down because of concerns it could leak into the Great Lakes.

Oil hits multi-year highs as OPEC+ sticks to output plan

Oct 05 2021

(Reuters) -Oil prices jumped on Tuesday, with U.S. crude hitting its highest since 2014 and Brent futures climbing to a three-year high, after the OPEC+ group of producers stuck to its planned output increase rather than raising it further.

Canada invokes 1977 pipeline treaty with U.S. over Line 5 dispute

Oct 04 2021

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) -Canada on Monday invoked a 1977 treaty with the United States to trigger bilateral negotiations over Enbridge Inc's Line 5, escalating a long-running dispute over one of Canada's major oil export pipelines.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Canada formally invokes 1977 pipeline treaty with U.S. over Line 5 dispute

Oct 04 2021

CALGARY, Alberta, Oct 4 Canada on Monday formally invoked a 1977 treaty with the United States to request negotiations over Enbridge Inc's Line 5 pipeline, escalating a long-running dispute over one of Canada's major oil export pipelines.

Made-from-CO2 concrete, lululemons and diamonds spark investor excitement

Oct 04 2021

What do diamonds, sunglasses, high-end lululemon sportswear and concrete have to do with climate change? | Video

Enbridge's long-delayed Line 3 oil pipeline project to start up Oct. 1

Sep 29 2021

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) -Enbridge Inc said on Wednesday its Line 3 pipeline replacement project will begin operating on Oct. 1, the first successful major expansion of Canadian crude export capacity in six years, clearing hurdles that other projects were unable to overcome.

After government pledge of 'best summer ever,' COVID swamps Alberta hospitals, premier

Sep 28 2021

CALGARY, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney promised Albertans the "best summer ever" when he lifted most COVID-19 public health restrictions on July 1, but a surge in infections has overwhelmed the province's hospitals and left him fighting to save his political career.

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