Natural Gas

The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion may not ease B.C. gas prices — here’s why

Jason Kenney touts pipeline but industry watcher says price relief not a given Premier Jason Kenney is offering to help his B.C. counterpart with the high price of gasoline in that province’s Lower Mainland. As he announced his government has proclaimed…

Nearly 40% of homeowners digging in 2019 put themselves, others at risk, study says

Making a free call to 811 before digging for home improvement projects can prevent damage to underground utility lines and keep communities safe (Source: www.pipeline-safety.org) By Victor Blanco | April 8, 2019 at 7:01 AM CDT – Updated April 8…

WATCH: Oil and gas convoy held in Red Deer

Sean McIntosh Jan. 12, 2019 12:50 p.m. Local News   News  Video Vehicles were honking their horns on central Alberta highways in support of the oil and gas industry. Hundreds took part in an oil and gas convoy, which began at the Red Deer…

Pipeline protests continue: Gas pipeline in northern British Columbia

By Marc Montgomery | english@rcinet.ca Monday 7 January, 2019 While debate over oil pipelines in southern Canada continue, another pipeline conflict is brewing in northern British Columbia. This time it concerns a 700 kilometre gas pipeline to stretch from Dawson Creek in the…

Nisku truck convoy and pro-pipeline rally expected to draw hundreds

Click here for the news: https://globalnews.ca/video/rd/1402021955855/?jwsource=cl A 22-kilometre long pro-pipeline convoy will make its way through Nisku, where many oil and gas companies have been affected by the low price of Alberta crude. Kent Morrison spoke with convoy organizer Laurie…

Natural gas line severed on Kinsley Street

NASHUA – While construction crews continued working in the area of Woodward Avenue and Kinsley Street Tuesday, an excavator severed a 2-inch natural gas supply line while digging in the street. Liberty Utilities spokeswoman Emily Burnett said a contractor working…

Paying three times on Trans Mountain. What else would you expect?

Brian Zinchuk / Pipeline News SEPTEMBER 23, 2018 03:10 PM Trans Mountain work photo op Aug 31. Photo By TRANS MOUNSTAIN How do you like paying for the same thing three times? Because that’s what we’re doing, if this Trans Mountain Expansion Project…

Oryx Midstream Begins Open Season on Delaware Basin System

Midland, Texas-based Oryx Midstream Services II launched a binding open season to secure volume commitments or acreage dedications to support the regional crude oil gathering and trunk line transportation systems, which will serve the liquids-rich Delaware Basin in Texas and…

Alberta leads the charge in crude oil production hike

By Mario Toneguzzi on July 10, 2018s StatsCan said production totalled 18.6 million cubic metres in April, up 11.9 per cent from the same month a year earlier     Canada produced 20.3 million cubic metres (127.5 million barrels) of crude oil and…

Minnesota regulators approve Enbridge Line 3 pipeline replacement

It feels like a gun to our head’: Minnesota regulators approve Enbridge Line 3 pipeline replacement Several commissioners cited the deteriorating condition of the existing line, which was built in the 1960s, as a major factor in their decision The…