The future of Keystone XL is still fuelling battles in Washington, DC.
Charles Sousa said he always opposed Mississauga project
Shortage expected to hinder decommissioning
The Northern Route Approval Act would give Congress the power to greenlight the pipeline.
Harris Nuclear Power Plant forced to shut down last week; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Committee launches investigation
Report proposes setting cap on emissions by energy producers
CO2 Solutions uses Codexis' carbonic anhydrase enzyme to enhance CO2 capture from industrial emission sources.
Existing compensation plan only covers Fukushima residents
Government pipeline regulation is boosting costs beyond what's fair for both utilities and customers.
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56 per cent of firms in province experienced revenue growth of at least five per cent last year
Province's exports predicted to grow by 11 per cent in 2013, 12 per cent in 2014
Will supply 357 buildings for Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG project in western Australia
Even without a provincial sales tax, Alberta's residents are paying up to $15 in taxes per fill-up.
Imposing emissions targets not enough
Federal government launches ad campaign in the US to promote regulatory approach to emissions.
Provincial forecast shows exports will surge by nine per cent in 2013, another six per cent in 2014
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.
Plan is to capture 90% of CO2 emissions at Boundary Dam, most of which will be sold back to oil and gas companies.