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Pembina Pipeline closes Alliance, Aux Sable purchases; raises guidance

Pembina Pipeline closes Alliance, Aux Sable purchases; raises guidance

CALGARY — Pembina Pipeline Corp. says it has closed its previously announced $3.1-billion purchase of Enbridge Inc.'s stakes in the Alliance pipeline and Aux Sable gas processing facility.
Parkland refinery returns to normal operations after unplanned January shutdown

Parkland refinery returns to normal operations after unplanned January shutdown

CALGARY — Parkland Corp. says its refinery in Burnaby, B.C., returned to normal operations on March 29. The company says the return comes after an unplanned shutdown on Jan. 12 due to extreme cold weather.
ICYMI: Tribunal sends FortisBC pipeline permit back to regulator so resident can submit concerns

ICYMI: Tribunal sends FortisBC pipeline permit back to regulator so resident can submit concerns

Permit goes back to the BC Energy Regulator so Squamish resident can submit concerns about the pipeline project that crosses her property underground.
B.C. government to launch emissions cap on oil and gas sector

B.C. government to launch emissions cap on oil and gas sector

The B.C. government says it will introduce regulatory measures in 2025 so that the cap takes effect in 2026.
Environmental groups say Tilbury jetty approval threatens marine pollution

Environmental groups say Tilbury jetty approval threatens marine pollution

Provincial approval of new LNG tanker endangers local communities.
FortisBC, stakeholders, applaud government decision

FortisBC, stakeholders, applaud government decision

Environmental Assessment Certificate issued for Tilbury Marine Jetty
B.C. grants environmental certificate for LNG jetty project in Tilbury

B.C. grants environmental certificate for LNG jetty project in Tilbury

The jetty project is not dependent on the proposed FortisBC Tilbury expansion, the province notes.
Emissions cap could hurt Trans Mountain pipeline's sale price: Calgary Chamber

Emissions cap could hurt Trans Mountain pipeline's sale price: Calgary Chamber

CALGARY — The Calgary Chamber of Commerce is warning Ottawa that its proposed cap on emissions from the oil and gas sector could compromise the valuation and sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Canadian fossil fuel subsidies hit $18.6 billion in 2023, says report

Canadian fossil fuel subsidies hit $18.6 billion in 2023, says report

The report comes ahead of a looming fall deadline the federal government set for itself to plan a phase-out of inefficient fossil fuel subsidies.
Woodfibre LNG floatel permit headed to Squamish public hearing

Woodfibre LNG floatel permit headed to Squamish public hearing

In a unanimous vote, District of Squamish council sends temporary use permit for floatel to April 23 public hearing with a location to be determined.
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