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A people-first approach to professional engineering.
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“The Economist wasn’t reporting the news. It was an agenda-driven opinion piece dressed up as news with multiple, mistaken claims that served to denigrate Canadian energy,” writes Mark Milke for the Financial Post. http://amp.gs/VMTr
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“It’s often said never let a good crisis go to waste. The upcoming election should test that theory, with a big opportunity to examine the future of energy development in Alberta,” writes Chris Varcoe for the Calgary Herald. http://amp.gs/VoKD
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“Analysts at RBC Capital Markets say Mexico and Iraq are instead most likely to benefit in the race to replace Venezuela heavy crude that is imported for processing at refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast.” http://amp.gs/VHwX
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“The company says its work in the area has been fully approved and permitted, and it reminded the public that unauthorized access to an active construction site where heavy equipment is being used can be dangerous.” http://amp.gs/VKtp
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“It is indeed impossible to live on the 21st century planet earth without unwittingly participating in the carbon economy in some way, but chances are good that Shell didn’t force actor and climate change activist Leonardo DiCaprio to rent the world’s fifth largest yacht in order to watch the World Cup,” writes Tristin Hopper in the National Post. http://amp.gs/VNGp
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“The facility, designed by Calgary-based Value Creation Inc., would be located near Edmonton and process 77,500 barrels of diluted bitumen a day into products like medium synthetic crude and ultra-low sulfur diesel.” http://amp.gs/VOma
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With updated National Energy Board approval, TransCanada can begin pre-construction pipeline work starting at the end of January, more than a decade after its initial Keystone XL filing of February 27, 2009. #pipelines http://amp.gs/VRtK
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The proposed project includes "1,000 km of 48-inch diameter pipeline, and is slated to transport approximately 2 billion cubic feet per day in its first phase, expandable to approximately 4 bcf/d at full build-out." http://amp.gs/VVCM
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With regulatory approval received in 2018, Suncor is set to start construction on its big new cogen plant this year. “Along with providing steam and electricity for its oilsands operations, the units would export about 700 megawatts, or roughly seven per cent of Alberta’s power needs, to the provincial grid,” reports Deborah Jaremko of JWN Energy. http://amp.gs/VPxi
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Citing “several negative surprises” since making the offer, including the Alberta government’s departure from “free market principles”, Husky drops its bid to takeover MEG Energy. http://amp.gs/VkP8
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