Author: AEN Staff

Canadians pick sides on Trans Mountain pipeline purchase

Angus Reid polled Canadians on the Trudeau Trans Mountain pipeline deal.  The results show the majority of Canadians are split down the middle on the issue and 26 per cent of those asked are unsure.  Trans Mountain photo.   Trans Mountain pipeline: Good investment or bad precedent? The Trans Mountain pipeline saga has had enough twists and turns to rival its potential path from Edmonton to the Burrard Inlet. The latest – a decision by the federal government to purchase the project from Kinder Morgan – has split Canadians down the middle, according to new public opinion polling from the Angus...

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TransCanada awards contracts for Coastal GasLink Pipeline construction

On Tuesday, TransCanada announced it has conditionally awarded contracts to two joint ventures and two companies to construct the proposed Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project.  TransCanada image.   Coastal GasLink contracts valued at $2.8 billion TransCanada announced it has conditionally awarded four contracts in the construction of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline project which, once complete, will transport natural gas from Northeastern British Columbia to the proposed LNG Canada facility in Kitimat, BC. Surerus Murphy Joint Venture, SA Energy Group, Macro Spiecapag Joint Venture and Pacific Atlantic Pipeline Construction Inc., were awarded contracts for the construction of the 670 Kilometre, $2.8 billion...

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Oil prices down on US/China trade dispute, OPEC supply concerns

Oil prices fell slightly on Thursday as an escalating trade dispute involving China and the US concerned investors and prompted selloffs in a number of global markets.  Repsol photo.   Oil prices fall on possible OPEC supply increases, US/China trade dispute Oil prices fell on Tuesday as OPEC and Russia mulled increasing their crude outputs and on rising concerns over an escalating trade dispute between the United States and China that has spurred selloffs in many global markets. By 2:10 p.m., EDT, benchmark Brent crude had fallen 22 cents to $75.12 and US West Texas Intermediate had dropped $1.01 to...

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Oil prices rise despite possible OPEC output boost, US/China trade dispute

Oil prices rose in volatile trading on Monday as the jittery market awaits the outcome of OPEC’s meetings later this week and investors considered the ramifications of a trade dispute between the US and China. Phillips 66 photo. Brent oil prices up over 2 per cent Monday Oil prices rose on Monday as the market continued to anxiously wait to see if OPEC and Russia will decide later this week to boost their production.  As well, investors weighed the ramifications of a trade dispute between the United States and China. By the end of the session, benchmark Brent crude...

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Canada’s Solar Alliance completes three eastern US solar projects

White Rock-based Solar Alliance announced on Monday that it has completed the installation of three solar projects in Kentucky and West Virginia.  The company installed solar arrays in Louisville, Hazard and West Virginia with its partner Whayne Supply.   Solar Alliance partnered with Whayne Supply White Rock-based Solar Alliance Energy Inc. and its partner Whayne Supply announced on Monday that the two had completed the installation of two solar projects in Kentucky and one project in West Virginia. The two companies partnered on the three projects located in Louisville, Kentucky, Hazard, Kentucky and West Virginia. A 34.5 kilowatt solar array...

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