Industry Spin

05/12/17
Author: 
Reuters Staff

VANCOUVER/CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd said on Monday the start-up of its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion could be delayed past September 2020 if it is unable to get more clarity around permitting and the judicial process by early next year.

25/11/17
Author: 
Mike De Souza
Kinder Morgan Canada president Ian Anderson delivers a speech to a Vancouver business crowd on Nov. 3, 2016. File photo by Elizabeth McSheffrey

After downplaying concerns about delays to its investors last week, Kinder Morgan is warning it could lose more than $90 million per month due to its struggles with the bylaws of the City of Burnaby in British Columbia.

23/11/17
Author: 
Sarah Cox

Nov. 16, 2017 - Site C jobs are often cited as a main reason to proceed with the $9 billion dam on B.C.’s Peace River. But how many jobs would Site C actually create? Are there really 2,375 people currently employed on the project, as widely reported this month?

DeSmog Canada dove into Site C jobs numbers. We found dubious claims, political spin, and far too much secrecy.

15/09/17
Author: 
Jesse Snyder
oil drilling

If the momentum continues next year, Canada could displace Iraq as the fourth largest producer in the world

Canadian oil production could edge closer to the five million barrel-per-day milestone in 2018, with supplies expected to grow the second fastest among major producers in coming years, a new report says.

10/09/17
Author: 
Shawn McCarthy

Pricing carbon and phasing out fossil fuels will drive up costs for households and businesses, but the transition is necessary and will become more expensive if it is delayed, the Conference Board of Canada concluded in a report issued earlier this week.

30/08/17
Author: 
Robyn Allan

August 28, 2017 - When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced approval of the Trans Mountain project, he said the expansion “will create 15,000 new, middle-class jobs – the majority of them in the trades.” 

27/08/17
Author: 
Claudia Cattaneo

There's a suggestion that backing the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Alberta to B.C. would cost Trudeau fewer votes than Energy East

The National Energy Board’s unprecedented decision to widen its study of the Energy East pipeline to include much broader climate change impacts suggests that the fix is in to kill the proposed $15.7 billion project.

24/08/17
Author: 
Staff

Kinder Morgan Inc.'s KMI $5.8-billion oil pipeline expansion is threatened by the political overtures of British Columbia, which is not in favor of this project and vows to join the legal fight against it by teaming up against Canadian federal approval of the project. 

26/07/17
Author: 
Carl Meyer

Canadian authorities are seeking to beef up their oversight of publicly-traded companies so that they come clean about the costs of doing business on a warming planet.

15/05/17
Author: 
Shawn McCarthy

May 15, 2017 - The federal government will unveil a carbon-tax plan this week that would provide breaks for major industrial emitters, while ensuring most Canadians families get rebates to offset higher energy bills.

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