Pipeline tunnel permits encouraging but critical system not out of the woods against Michigan governor’s actions
‘This could change the outlook of all First Nations in Canada and the US’
'America needs access to various forms of energy that can keep its economy running in the years ahead'
Pipeline has operated between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron for 68 years without a single leak
The 540-km project will bring jobs, opportunities and safer, more reliable energy to communities in Minnesota and beyond
Canada's oil and gas sector as diverse as the nation it serves
A snapshot of Canadian Energy Centre research — From economic impact, to environmental leadership, to indigenous prosperity
Rosneft's $170 billion Vostok project will employ 400,000 workers, create 15 'industry towns' and build 800 km of new pipelines
'At over $11 billion in direct spending alone, oil and gas spending in Atlantic Canada is impactful'
Oil and gas sector an economic force for both employment and trade in Canada's four Atlantic provinces