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Pipelines A Pipe Dream? Keystone XL Cancellation Is A Story Of Transition

The Tennessee Tribune 12 Jun 2021
Six months later, pipeline developer TC Energy said it was abandoning the project and dissolving its multi-billion-dollar partnership with the provincial government in Alberta, which became a major investor in the project last year ... Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage said.
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Alberta finance minister defends $1.3B loss on Keystone XL as 'calculated decision'

Castanet 11 Jun 2021
Alberta’s finance minister says the province's $1.3-billion investment of taxpayers’ money in the now-defunct Keystone XL oil pipeline project was a prudent gamble given the potential payoff in profits and jobs ... The KXL expansion project was to take more Alberta ...
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Auditor scolds Alberta over mine cleanup fund, how province handles polluted sites

Castanet 11 Jun 2021
Alberta's provincial flag flies in Ottawa, Monday July 6, 2020. Alberta's auditor general is scolding the province for failing to fix a program supposed to ensure industry cleans up after itself, six years after it was first told about the problems ... Regan Boychuk of the Alberta Liabilities Disclosure Project said the problem is simple.
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Fight over Canadian oil persists after pipeline's demise

Atlantic City 11 Jun 2021
On Wednesday, sponsors TC Energy and the province of Alberta gave up and declared the line “terminated.” ... The project was meant to expand oil exports for Canada, which has the third-largest oil reserves in the world, and provincial officials in Alberta wanted Trudeau to do more to save it ... “He could stop the project,” she said.
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Fight Over Canadian Oil Rages on After Pipeline's Demise

Voa News 11 Jun 2021
On Wednesday, sponsors TC Energy and the province of Alberta gave up and declared the line "terminated." ... The project was meant to expand oil exports for Canada, which has the third-largest oil reserves in the world, and provincial officials in Alberta wanted Trudeau to do more to save it ... "He could stop the project," she said.
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Fight over Canadian oil rages on after pipeline’s demise

The Spokesman-Review 11 Jun 2021
On Wednesday, sponsors TC Energy and the province of Alberta gave up and declared the line “terminated.” ... The project was meant to expand oil exports for Canada, which has the third-largest oil reserves in the world, and provincial officials in Alberta wanted Trudeau to do more to save it ... “He could stop the project,” she said.
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Deep Dive (June 10): Canadian Leader Disappointed Over Keystone Pipeline Axing

The Epoch Times 11 Jun 2021
The Canadian province Alberta spent over $1 billion on the project. Alberta's premier Jason Kenney said in a statement, “We remain disappointed and frustrated with the circumstances surrounding ...
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'Unacceptable environmental effects:' New federal policy restricts thermal coal

Moosejaw Today 11 Jun 2021
The move erects another roadblock for Coalspur Mines and its Vista mine expansion in Alberta, the only such mine in Canada currently before regulators ... The new policy does not affect metallurgical coal, the type of coal found in most of the controversial new coal exploration projects in the Alberta foothills.
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'Unacceptable environmental effects:' New federal policy restricts thermal coal (Business)

Castanet 11 Jun 2021
The move erects another roadblock for Coalspur Mines and its Vista mine expansion in Alberta, the only such mine in Canada currently before regulators ... The new policy does not affect metallurgical coal, the type of coal found in most of the controversial new coal exploration projects in the Alberta foothills.
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New federal policy restricts thermal coal

Canoe 11 Jun 2021
The move erects another roadblock for Coalspur Mines and its Vista mine expansion in Alberta, the only such mine in Canada currently before regulators ... The new policy does not affect metallurgical coal, the type of coal found in most of the controversial new coal exploration projects in the Alberta foothills.
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Small Minneapolis event eyes Klobuchar to help stop Line 3

Times Union 11 Jun 2021
The half-hour program at Gold Medal Park included singing and speeches by activists insisting that Klobuchar pursue at least a delay on the final segment of the Enbridge Energy Line 3 project ... Tim Walz’s climate change council, criticized the Democratic governor and Klobuchar for “turning a blind eye” on the hazards of the project.
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Small Minneapolis Event Eyes Sen. Amy Klobuchar To Help Stop Line 3

CBS Sports 11 Jun 2021
The half-hour program at Gold Medal Park included singing and speeches by activists insisting that Klobuchar pursue at least a delay on the final segment of the Enbridge Energy Line 3 project ... Tim Walz’s climate change council, criticized the Democratic governor and Klobuchar for “turning a blind eye” on the hazards of the project.
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Keystone defeat energizes anti-pipeline activists

The Hill 11 Jun 2021
portion of the project was ... "TC Energy Corporation confirmed today that after a comprehensive review of its options, and in consultation with its partner, the Government of Alberta, it has terminated the Keystone XL Pipeline Project," said Wednesday's statement from the company.
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In Brief: June 11, 2021

West Hawaii Today 11 Jun 2021
— The Keystone XL is dead after a 12-year attempt to build the oil pipeline, yet the fight over Canadian crude rages on as emboldened environmentalists target other projects and pressure President Joe Biden to intervene — all while oil imports from the north keep rising.
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AP News in Brief at 9:03 p.m. EDT

Hastings Tribune 11 Jun 2021
(AP) — The Keystone XL is dead after a 12-year attempt to build the oil pipeline, yet the fight over Canadian crude rages on as emboldened environmentalists target other projects and pressure President Joe Biden to intervene — all while oil imports from the north keep rising.
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