Cenovus Energy Inc., MEG Energy Corp. and Canadian Natural Resources the most affected.
Enbridge Inc. Mining News
Agreement aims at boosting the safety of twin pipelines beneath the waterway where Lakes Huron and Michigan converge.
After sending court bailiffs to seize property from Stand.earth, Enbridge backed off, saying it will not seize property after all.
The Hohe See wind park, to be located in the North Sea, has a planned capacity of about 500 megawatts.
Cash from the sale will be used to proceed with the takeover of Spectra Energy and fund other growth projects.
The $2.6 billion project for a pipeline from North Dakota to Wisconsin will be on hold until market conditions improve.
$177 million settlement announced Wednesday requires action to prevent future spills.
Canada’s largest pipeline company's first-quarter profit rose as record volumes carried on its main pipeline system helped shield it from a sustained drop in oil prices.
The company, Canada’s largest pipeline operator, reported a loss in the third quarter driven by both delays in completing its Line 9 project and one-time charges.
Meanwhile, the country’s overall oil production is expected to reach 5.3 million barrels a day by 2030, which is 1.1 million barrels per day lower than last year's expectations.
The proposed sum is on top of the $75 million the firm agreed to pay to Michigan last month.
The planned optimization include the Athabasca Twin and the Wood Buffalo extension projects.
The company's Line 9B reversal project has been delayed after the National Energy Board requested additional info last month.
The EU new plan changes how refiners label the carbon intensity of their fuel.
Producers’ limited export pipeline capacity coupled with the end of the U.S. summer driving season has tend to lead to oil surpluses, sending prices down. .. Not this year.
The firm no longer expects to complete its $7.3 billion (and climbing) project in four years.
Enbridge's Line 9 reversal project threatened after Maine city council opposes exporting Alberta oil.
Pipelines, however, have proven to be neither an easier nor a cheaper solution.
A majority of Canadians overestimate the contribution the oil sands make to the world’s 11th largest economy, a study published Friday reveals.
The landmark decision has major implications for controversial energy projects, such as the Northern Gateway pipeline.
The decision will determine Canada’s role as an energy-rich nation in a world trying to balance rising power demands with the dangers of climate change.
A group of politicians and business leaders have written an open letter in support of Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline.
After being conditionally approved in December, the federal cabinet had 180 days to announce its final decision on the pipeline. This makes the deadline June 17.
Coastal First Nations will take their battle against the firm's proposed Northern Gateway pipeline.
Company claims comment was part of a requirement for the application to the National Energy Board.