TC Energy Corporation has announced that the company will reach net zero emissions across project operations by 2023.
Delays for new pipelines cost Canadian heavy crude producers at least US$14 billion since 2015, IHS Markit analysis finds.
Dylan White, Genscape, and John Coleman and Shelby Poncik, Wood Mackenzie, explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Canada-to-US supply chain.
The project involves the construction and operation of approximately 85 km of natural gas pipeline loops in two sections, along with the associated facilities.
The agreement allows NLE to make an equity investment of up to CAN$1 billion in the Keystone XL pipeline project.
This pipeline expansion will provide domestic and US markets with greater access to natural gas from the prolific Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Pipeline operators in Canada have been forced to reduce their capital expenditure for the year 2020.
The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association released a statement in response to the Government of Alberta’s strategy.