Oh Canada - Significant Developments In Canadian Energy: February 2013

In This Issue:

- Oil Sands News

- East Coast News

- West Coast News

- Canadian Arctic News

- Alternative Energy News

- On the Horizon

- Abbreviations

- Excerpt from Oil Sands News:

Enbridge Pipelines has received approval from the National Energy Board (“NEB”) for the installation of additional pumping capacity on its Alberta Clipper (Line 67) heavy crude oil pipeline. At a cost of $188 million, the additions will increase the annual capacity of the line from 450,000 to 570,000 bpd. The required modifications and additions are scheduled to begin this fall with an in-service date of 2014 in the United States and 2015 in Canada.

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Topics:  Canada, Energy Exploration, Licenses, Pipelines, Renewable Energy, Shale Gas

Published In: Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates

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