‘We need to work together’: Former Wet’suwet’en elected chief on moving on from pipeline protests CBC.ca
Varcoe: Amid protests, there are Indigenous leaders who favour GasLink pipeline Calgary Herald As opposing protests began outside of the Calgary headquarters of TransCanada Corp. over the contentious Coastal GasLink pipeline, Stephen …
Notley says she’s heard nothing from Ottawa on moving oil by rail Calgary Herald. Premier Rachel Notley urged the federal government “to step up” and help Alberta’s energy industry get its product to market during a news …
Breakenridge: If Trudeau didn’t cancel public meetings, why should NDP? Calgary Herald. No doubt a hypothetical NDP opposition would be deeply suspicious of … protesters in northern B.C. who are trying to block a natural gas pipeline.
AGDC audit recommends minor changes, additional report forthcoming
Alaska Gasline Development Corp. officials by and large have spent $433.3 million in line with the requirements tied to that money but missed the mark on other, smaller legislative mandates and in-house rules, according to a special Legislative Audit Division review of the state-owned corporation.
Hilcorp plans $340M investment in Alaska for 2019
After completing its Cook Inlet pipeline project in 2018, Hilcorp is planning to keep its monetary investment about the same in Alaska going into 2019. More of the investment will be in drilling now that the $90-million Cook Inlet pipeline project is complete, said Hilcorp Senior Vice President…
IGU postpones decision on North Slope pad
The Interior Gas Utility board of directors last week postponed a resolution that would direct the utility not to take control of a North Slope gravel pad that is now being considered as an income opportunity.