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- 11/16/17--14:17: _Canada and 19 other...
- 11/16/17--15:37: _Hydro One CEO says ...
- 11/16/17--15:56: _Divestment by world...
- 11/17/17--09:20: _The U.S. has won th...
- 11/17/17--11:48: _TransCanada says Ke...
- 11/17/17--12:13: _The world’s biggest...
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- 11/20/17--12:48: _The looming oil pri...
- 11/20/17--13:09: _Green groups seek w...
- 11/17/17--09:20: The U.S. has won the battle on oil — and is poised to win the war
- 11/19/17--10:45: Stakes are high as Nebraska decides fate of Keystone XL today
Canadian and U.K.-based groups supporting the phase-out of coal expressed their hope that countries like South Korea, Japan and Germany, which burn substantially more coal than any in the group of 20, would join
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Hydro One CEO Mayo Schmidt is focused on customer service, not politics
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A decision by Norway’s trillion-dollar fund to fully divest fossil fuel holdings would mean battered Canadian oil and gas shares could soon be back on the market
The growth of America’s oil and gas industry in the next decade will be ‘unprecedented, exceeding all historical records’
Thursday's spill comes four days before Nebraska is set to vote on whether TransCanada can go ahead with the Keystone XL pipeline
While environmentalists heralded the fund's proposal, the move has more to do with hedging risk than saving the planet
TransCanada cancelled its $15.7 billion Energy East pipeline project last month after the NEB broadened its review to include climate-change impacts
The last major regulatory hurdle in a 9-year battle is decided today but the answer may not be a clear yes or not. Here’s what you need to know
Viewpoint: Don't believe that renewables in combination with American shale have entirely insulated us against this hardy perennial of a threat to global growth. They haven't
After nine years of battles, TransCanada now has the approvals it needs to build one of the most controversial pipelines of all time, but opposition groups vow to fight on