5 hrs ago
TransCanada CEO sees Mexico oil pipeline opportunities if market opens
The CEO of TransCanada Corp. sees opportunities to build new oil pipelines in Mexico, which is poised to end its government's monopoly on energy development and open its oilfields up to foreign players.
6 hrs ago
Is Alaska Ready To Move Past AGIA?
Is AGIA being put to bed? When the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act was first introduced in 2007, it was sold as the state's best hope of getting work started on a natural gas pipeline.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
The Globe and Mail
TransCanada CEO rejects Energy East equity stake for First Nations
TransCanada chief executive officer Russ Girling says the length of the Energy East pipeline would make it hard to divvy up equity.
How a Glitter-Covered Banner Got Two Environmental Activists Arrested for Staging a Bioterror Hoax
It's not uncommon for environmental protesters to face arrest, but here's an apparent first: On Friday, Oklahoma City police charged a pair of environmental activists with staging a "terrorism hoax" after they unfurled a pair of banners covered in glitter - a substance local cops considered evidence of a faux biochemical assault.
TransCanada says Gulf Coast pipeline to start up on Jan. 22
TransCanada Corp expects its new 700,000 barrel per day Gulf Coast oil pipeline to begin service on Jan. 22, Chief Executive Russ Girling said in an interview on Tuesday.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Canada Envoy Sees Rail Growth as Answer to Keystone Foes
Canada's U.S. ambassador said the fact that rail lines are carrying more heavy crude from the Alberta oil sands than before should prompt President Barack Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
The Montreal Gazette
Pipelines will underperform: RBC forecast
Enbridge Inc. and TransCanada Corp. bonds will underperform for a second year as the nation's two largest pipeline operators sell more debt to fund links out of the landlocked oilsands, Royal Bank of Canada said.
Keystone loses backing from a major player
Oklahoma City-based Continental Resources Inc., which had committed to use the Keystone XL pipeline to ship crude oil, has now turned to railroads for shipping.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Anti-Keystone 'green billionaire' speaks out
TransCanada wants to build the Keystone XL pipeline to bring Canadian crude oil to refineries on the U.S. Gulf coast.
The Motley Fool
Canada's Indigenous First Nations Threaten $600 Billion in Energy Deals
Canada's aboriginal "First Nations" have unexpectedly emerged as a potential force threatening to derail the plans of Canadian Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper's plans to turn western Canada into an energy powerhouse underwriting eastern Asia's various demands for energy.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Republican legislative council pushes for Keystone approval
Workers move a section of pipe during construction of the Gulf Coast Project pipeline in Atoka, Oklahoma, U.S., on Monday, March 11, 2013.
Keystone XL pipeline loses support from U.S. customer
Continental Resources, one of the companies that has committed to ship crude on TransCanada Corp's proposed Keystone XL pipeline, now says the controversial pipeline is no longer needed.
Dems Press Obama to Delay Keystone Pipeline Study
Twenty-five House Democrats want President Obama to further delay a pivotal ruling on the Keystone XL pipeline until the State Department's internal watchdog completes a probe of State's environmental review of the project.
Federal Pipeline Safety Agency Approves Startup of Keystone XL Southern Half
DeSmogBlog has learned that TransCanada cleared the final hurdle for the southern half of its Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, receiving a green light last week from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration following a review of several safety concerns.
The Billings Outpost
Keystone jobs urged
Tucked into letters the State Department has received from people seeking to influence its review of the northern segment of the Keystone XL pipeline are pleas from local officials, largely from Montana, who see the project as a lifeline for their strapped budgets.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
KELO-TV Sioux Falls
Belle Fourche Won't Be Home To Keystone Crew Camp
TransCanada officials say they will not construct a crew camp in Butte County. County commissioners continue to look at a proposed ordinance to regulate crew housing facilities.
NAFTA environmental body asks Ottawa to respond to oilsands waste concerns
A tailings pond is picture at ythe Syncrude oilsands facility seen from a helicopter near Fort McMurray, Alta., July 10, 2012.
Canadian Oil Producers May Have A Lot More Riding On The Keystone XL Than Transcanada
The fate of the Keystone XL pipeline may matter far more to Canada's oil producers than to Transcanada, the company that would actually build it.
The Daily Caller
Amash attacked for opposing 'earmarked' Keystone XL pipeline bill
Is the Keystone XL pipeline an earmark? Michigan Republican Rep. Justin Amash is under attack by his Republican primary opponent for opposing a bill that would approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
WH: Podesta sidestep on Keystone not a 'recusal'
Incoming White House counselor John Podesta's move to sidestep discussions on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline is not a "recusal," the White House said on Wednesday.