A small-scale liquefied natural gas facility planned at Port Edward is the latest project to offer the potential for rate relief for existing customers of Pacific Northern Gas (PNG).
WhiteWater today announced the expansion of the Whistler Pipeline’s mainline capacity through the planned installation of three new compressor stations.
Bridger Pipeline is building the 145-mile South Bend Pipeline from Johnsons Corner in McKenzie County to one of the company’s pipeline facilities in eastern Montana.
After years of delays, the $1.6 billion Woodfibre LNG project in Squamish is finally officially a go.
TC Energy Corp. is gauging customer interest in oil transportation services that would connect Oklahoma crude supply with downstream refining markets on the Texas coast.
Canadian oil and gas leaders believe the window is opening once again to build new liquefied natural gas projects in the country, beyond the lone facility now under construction.
Imperial plans to construct a world-class renewable diesel complex at its Strathcona refinery near Edmonton, Alberta.
The province Alberta on March 31 selected six proposals to move forward with developing Canada’s first carbon storage hubs, intended to help cut climate-warming emissions by permanently sequestering them underground.
Pembina’s proposed acquisition of Inter Pipeline Ltd. (“IPL”), ACG is designed to connect the province’s largest sources of industrial emissions to a sequestration location north-east of Redwater, Alberta.
Enhance Energy, operator of Alberta’s largest CCUS initiative and founding partner of the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL) Project, has plans for a new world-scale carbon sequestration project in Central Alberta.