Duane Lauritsen, originally from Grande Prairie, Alberta, is CEO of a newly incorporated company, the Canadian Prosperity Pipelines Corporation, which is promoting what he calls the "CP3" pipeline.

The Annova LNG project proposed by Chicago-based Exelon is still waiting on a permit decision from federal regulators, but recent filings with the U.S. Energy Department show that Enbridge acquired a 10.5 percent ownership stake in the proposed export terminal.

Russia took a step closer to becoming a dominant player in the global liquefied natural gas market as two of its biggest energy companies advanced plans to export the fuel from its remotest corners.

Issues concerning the oil and gas sector were front and centre at a presentation Monday at noon at the Battlefords Chamber of Commerce.

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs says he and some of his fellow conservative premiers back the concept of an energy corridor across the country that would allow a project such as the Energy East pipeline to be built without a lot of obstacles.

A new report, “Advancing Nuclear  Innovation: Responding to Climate Change and Strengthening Global Security,” was commissioned by the Global Nexus Initiative.

Jason Kenney said he and Quebec Premier Francois Legault have made some gains after a rocky start. But he said Legault is wrong about an oil pipeline because Quebec benefits from the oil industry.

Kinder Morgan gets approval for $2bn Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) Project, Canada approves the expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline. Here are all the key news headlines from June 2019.

Canada’s BC Oil and Gas Commission (BC OGC) has approved a facilities permit that allows Woodfibre LNG to build and operate a project.

The prime minister is widely expected to give the go-ahead after his cabinet met Tuesday to make a final call on the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline from Alberta to Vancouver that would add 590,000 barrels of daily shipping capacity, a 15% boost to Western Canada’s current 4 million.