After a lengthy, nearly 12,000 km journey from British Columbia through the Panama Canal, the first shipment of Alberta crude oil has arrived on Canada’s East Coast.

The Ontario government is providing up to $1.8 million to expand natural gas to households and businesses in Saugeen First Nation.

The last week of June and first week of July have been figurative chaos for pipelines in the United States, and some of that chaos has a direct impact on Canadian oil production and transportation.

The fastest way to get from Burnaby B.C. to Saint John, N.B., depends on how you want to travel and what you’re transporting. The most obvious answer for a person wishing to make the trip is to get a direct flight from one end of Canada to the other, traversing over 4,000 kms from coast to coast.

Cenovus Energy Inc. is the first Canadian oilsands company to announce it’s shipping crude via the Panama Canal to Irving Oil Ltd.’s refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick, as the industry explores circuitous routes to reach new markets.

Michels Canada has been selected to build the Alberta portion of the Keystone XL pipeline. The company based in Nisku, Alta., expects to start construction near Oyen this summer, and wrap it up near Hardisty in the spring of 2022. The Alberta portion of the TC Energy pipeline is approximately 260 kilometres.

Like other sectors of the Canadian economy, members of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) are working actively to help Canada’s economy recover and grow quickly following the outbreak of COVID-19.

Criminal and civil contempt of court charges have been dropped against those who were arrested in February for violating an injunction while fighting the construction of a natural gas pipeline in northern B.C.

When Melanie Loessl got a call from a friend on Feb. 6 that another oil train had crashed and burned near her community, she thought it was a joke.

People get a laugh out of those silly explorers of yore who headed out looking for China but ended up bumping into the inconvenient continent of North America. The Montreal suburb of Lachine is a reminder how folks were convinced the land of silk and spices was just a brisk paddle down the St. Lawrence River.