Oil - Pipelines

12/02/22
Author: 
Ruth Walmsley
Prayer Circle Peaceful Direct Action with (from left) Ruth Walmsley, Dr. Christine Thuring, Catherine Hembling. jpg

Feb 09, 2022 

In the coming weeks, six of us face jail time for peacefully protesting the construction of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project (TMX) near the Brunette River in Burnaby. We are members of a multi-faith prayer circle and residents of Burnaby and Vancouver.

 

In mid-February, we will be appearing in B.C. Supreme Court to face charges of “criminal contempt of court.”

 

12/02/22
Author: 
Natasha Bulowski
To address fossil fuel subsidies, Canada needs to evaluate programs and policies to ensure they facilitate the move to a low-carbon economy, a new report says. Photo by Kris Krüg / Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Feb. 9. 2022

Right now, many government policies work against Canada’s best climate, economic and social interests, and to fix this, a new report states we need to address the elephant in the room: fossil fuel subsidies.

07/02/22
Author: 
Eugene Kung - Staff Lawyer
TMX blog - West Coast Environmental Law
February 7, 2022

In the Before Times…

Two years ago, in February 2020, I bundled up and traveled to Ottawa to meet with MPs to discuss the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project (TMX). Little did I know that it would be my last work trip for a long time.

07/02/22
Author: 
Eugene Kung - Staff Lawyer
February 7, 2022

In the Before Times…

Two years ago, in February 2020, I bundled up and traveled to Ottawa to meet with MPs to discuss the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project (TMX). Little did I know that it would be my last work trip for a long time.

03/02/22
Author: 
Chris Varcoe
A pipe yard servicing government-owned oil pipeline operator Trans Mountain is seen in Kamloops JENNIFER GAUTHIER

Feb. 3, 2022

CALGARY — After facing interruptions caused by volatile weather and the pandemic, the Trans Mountain expansion is expected to run over budget by several billion dollars — and the federally owned pipeline project won’t be completed this year as planned.

Work to expand the oil pipeline is now forecast to cost more than $17 billion and likely won’t be done until sometime in 2023, sources say.

03/02/22
Author: 
Irina Slav
 Jan 30, 2022
  • The current move in oil prices is largely attributed to geopolitical risk.
  • The next major move in oil could be triggered if inventories fall to critical levels.
  • Wall Street’s consensus seems to be that Brent will reach $100 by the summer.
03/02/22
Author: 
The Energy Mix
EcoFlight - fracking

Feb. 2, 2022

The United States, Norway, and Canada are set to produce more oil this year than ever before, despite solemn pronouncements at last year’s COP 26 climate summit on the urgent need for climate action, Oil Change International asserts in a new analysis.

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