Oil - Pipelines

14/10/17
Author: 
Shannon Daub

We recently shared the results of investigative research conducted through the Corporate Mapping Project.

14/10/17
Author: 
Shawn McCarthy

OCTOBER 12, 2017

Canada's transition to a low-carbon future must include new pipelines to expand oil exports to a diverse global marketplace, federal and Alberta ministers told an energy conference in Winnipeg on Thursday.

In a panel discussion featuring federal and provincial ministers, Alberta Energy Minister Margaret McCuaig-Boyd warned Ottawa against adopting an "extreme" regulatory approach that would discourage investment in the oil and gas sector.

14/10/17
Author: 
The Real News
Tar sands

Greenpeace's Keith Stewart discusses the huge step by BNP Paribas to move away from tar sands and divest from 'the dirtiest project on the planet'

11/10/17
Author: 
Pull Together

A big week in pipeline politics - Week 2 court report

 

10/10/17
Author: 
Jason Mogus

The fall of 2012 was a tough time to be a tar sands activist, even though an amazing new movement was showing exciting signs of growth. With the fight against Enbridge’s Northern Gateway in B.C. emerging as a “campaign of a generation,” Keystone XL gathering a surprising amount of steam, and awareness of the human rights and environmental disaster in Northern Alberta growing, tar sands pipelines were developing faster than movements could even track, much less build enough power to slow down or stop.

 

07/10/17
Author: 
Robert Tuttle

Oct 3, 2017 - There's a land grab quietly taking place in a little-known corner of the Alberta oil sands.

07/10/17
Author: 
Kevin Taft

Opinion: The former leader of the Alberta Liberal Party warns that democratic institutions in Canada are falling under the sway of the oil industry

October 6, 2017 - You may have heard the term “deep state” in recent months, especially out of the United States. It is a powerful term, but in Canada its meaning is getting stripped. Up here, “deep state” is in danger of becoming just another term for bureaucratic inertia and a resistant civil service. That distorts the concept, so let’s take a look at this term, and an example of a deep state in Canada.

05/10/17
Author: 
Sean McArthy and Jeff Lewis

Oct 5, 2017 - TransCanada Corp. has pulled the plug on its controversial $15.7-billion Energy East Pipeline proposal, after slowing oil sands growth and heightened environmental scrutiny raised doubts about the viability of the project.

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