Party leader said information shows number of fracking licences granted soared 647 per cent
Report recommends province adopt multiple programs to fight consumption that has spiked 62 per cent
Use of rail, water for moving oil to facility comes as company awaits Energy East pipeline approval
The Canadian government is pleading for a final call early enough to allow building during the 2014 construction season.
University of Toronto researchers say the oil sands needs to improve its accounting of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) emissions.
New pipeline will be moved to transportation utility corridors that surround Edmonton and Calgary.
Pulp and paper byproduct binds dust particles to reduce water use.
TransCanada Corp. CEO Russ Girling anticipates a busy 90-day comment period in response to report
Calgary-based company says Lima, Ohio, refinery will process up to 40,000 barrels per day in 2017
Anti-fracking groups in Nova Scotia questioning energy minister's claims about waste management
Alberta Energy Regulator said it will review evidence, make recommendations in report by March 31
Approval process not over—government departments have 90 days to comment on report
Pension fund purchased stake of Transportadora de Gas del Peru SA, Peru's largest gas exporter
Environment Minister Randy Delorey said local process can clean waste so it poses "minimal risk"
Two-pronged investigation will be launched by departments into price hikes, localized propane supply
David Alward said cost of not moving forward is too great, government will push ahead with sector
Also received National Energy Board approval for new 182-kilometre crude oil pipeline in Alberta
FCvelocity-HD7 fuel cell modules will be used as range extenders in Poland-based Solaris' electric buses.
Study is seen as critical step in determining whether TransCanada Corp. project will go ahead
Move part of effort to get ahead of widespread environmental concerns about Canada's energy regulation