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China's Sinopec plans to build Canadian oil refinery

Sep 14 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba China's Sinopec Corp has joined a group planning to build an oil refinery in Alberta, an enterprise that would strengthen demand for the Canadian province's heavily discounted crude.

China's Sinopec plans to build Canadian oil refinery

Sep 14 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept 14 China's Sinopec Corp has joined a group planning to build an oil refinery in Alberta, the project's consultant said, an enterprise that would strengthen demand and prices for the Canadian province's heavily discounted crude.

Exclusive: Cenovus inks deal to move more crude on Canadian National Railway - source

Sep 07 2018

VANCOUVER/WINNIPEG Cenovus Energy Inc , a major Canadian oil producer, has signed a deal to move more crude with the Canadian National Railway Co , a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Cenovus inks deal to move more crude on Canadian National Railway -source

Sep 07 2018

VANCOUVER/WINNIPEG Cenovus Energy Inc , a major Canadian oil producer, has signed a deal to move more crude with the Canadian National Railway Co , a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Suncor holding off on crude expansion amid Canadian pipeline confusion

Sep 05 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Suncor Energy Inc , one of Canada's biggest oil producers, will not sanction further expansions of crude production until it becomes clearer when new pipelines will be ready, Chief Executive Steve Williams said on Wednesday.

Pipeline politics leave Canada's prime minister in peril

Aug 31 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba With one surprise court ruling, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces the risk of contesting next year's election with key pieces of his economic and environmental plans in ruins.

RPT-ANALYSIS-Pipeline politics leave Canada's prime minister in peril

Aug 31 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Aug 31 With one surprise court ruling, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces the risk of contesting next year's election with key pieces of his economic and environmental plans in ruins.

On Canadian dairy farms, fear and frustration as U.S. demands trade concessions

Aug 31 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/MONTREAL Marie-Pier Vincent, a fourth-generation Quebec dairy farmer, worries it will be even harder to make ends meet if Canada allows more tariff-free imports of milk products from the United States under a reworked North American Free Trade Agreement.

Court quashes Canadian approval of Trans Mountain oil pipeline

Aug 30 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba A Canadian court on Thursday overturned approval of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion, ruling that Ottawa failed to adequately consider aboriginal concerns, in a blow to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's efforts to balance environmental and economic issues.

Canada's dry weather may stem U.S. cattle stampede across border

Aug 28 2018

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Parched pastures and crops in Western Canada are driving up cattle-feeding costs, and farmers and analysts expect the changing economics to stem a recent stampede of U.S. cattle being brought over the border.

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