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VIDEO: Pipelines needed to transport growing oil production

We explain why new pipelines and competitive policies are needed to transport growing Canadian oil production.

Canada oil forecast highlights need for pipelines, competitiveness

Growth of Canadian oil production remains constrained, requiring new pipelines and competitive policies says CAPP report.

How smart pigs make pipelines safer

These ‘intelligent’ inspection tools help ensure pipelines are maintained so problems are fixed before they happen.

Why Trans Mountain is in Canada’s national interest

The Financial Post chats with national business columnist Kevin Carmichael on the federal government’s purchase of Trans Mountain and why it’s in the national interest.

Canada makes commitment to be global energy supplier

Government of Canada’s acquisition of Trans Mountain is a long-term investment in the future of Canada’s oil and natural gas industry.

VIDEO: B.C. shows solidarity with Alberta on Confidence in Canada

While governments disagree, B.C. and Alberta business, Indigenous and community groups find common ground at Federation Flight luncheon.

The price of pipeline delays: $15.6 billion in 2017

A report by Scotiabank finds that pipeline constraints are causing a huge discount in Canadian oil prices with serious impacts to Canada’s economy

What happens if there’s an oil spill off BC’s coast?

Global News Vancouver radio host Lynda Steele asks Michael Lowry of the WCMRC about spills and whether bitumen floats.

O&G 101: What is the WCMRC?

The Western Canada Marine Response Corporation is part of Canada’s world leading marine spill prevention and response regime.

Trans Mountain protesters don’t reflect mainstream Canada: Poll

Six-in-ten Canadians say the protests against the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline don’t reflect the mainstream view of Canadians.