Energy Transfer has filed a federal lawsuit against Greenpeace International, Greenpeace Inc., Greenpeace Fund, Inc., BankTrack and Earth First! for the violation of federal and state racketeering statutes, in addition to interfering with pipeline construction activities and providing false information about the company.
Four Board Members are set to carry out expanded indigenous and public engagement relating to the Energy East/Eastern Mainline hearing.
McConnell Dowell has been awarded a construction contract by Jemena for the Northern Gas pipeline project. The work involves the engineering, construction and commissioning of a 481 km section of the pipeline.
Energy Transfer Partners has announced that the Bakken pipeline is in service, transporting domestic crude oil from the Bakken/Three Forks production areas.
Kinder Morgan Canada Limited has completed its final investment decision to proceed with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
DCP Midstream has announced an additional large scale expansion of the Sand Hills natural gas liquids pipeline.
The Gas Pipeline Advisory Committee is set to discuss the proposed rulemaking for onshore gas transmission and gathering pipelines.
Uganda and Tanzania have signed agreement regarding the proposed US$3.55 billion crude oil pipeline, which would pump Ugandan oil to the world market.
The C.D. Howe Institute has released a new report, which suggests that the government of Canada should restore the National Energy Board’s decision making authority.