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Imposing emissions targets not enough
Federal government launches ad campaign in the US to promote regulatory approach to emissions.
Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation funding projects that reduce emissions
Observers say odds for Northern Gateway, Trans Mountain expansion moving ahead still slim
Provincial forecast shows exports will surge by nine per cent in 2013, another six per cent in 2014
The moratorium would last for five years or until new regulations on shale gas exploration are in place.
NDP leader Andrea Horwath surprised Kathleen Wynne didn't offer apology in legislature
Officials said refinery planned by state company PetroChina Co. will meet environment standards
Bison pipeline connects gas from the US Rocky Mountain region to TransCanada's Northern Border system in North Dakota.
His efforts would be best applied to the dirty business going on in his own backyard.
Ballard Power Systems' FCvelocity modules emit only water and heat, produce zero emissions
Plan is to capture 90% of CO2 emissions at Boundary Dam, most of which will be sold back to oil and gas companies.
Down 0.3 per cent for third decline in four months, according to agency
Saint John mayor Mel Norton says he has been in Alberta talking about "Energy East Pipeline"
Kathleen Wynne apologized 11 times during interview with TV host
A significant issue for employers; all job areas will be affected equally: Hays Oil & Gas.