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Trans Mountain pipeline operator wins fight to avoid naming its insurance companies

April 30, 2021 The Canadian Press

CALGARY – The Canada Energy Regulator says it has decided to grant a request by the operator of the Trans Mountain pipeline to protect the identity of its insurers in its regulatory filings. In a ruling, the federal regulator says

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Northern Alberta pipeline leak spills estimated 100,000 litres of oilfield liquids

March 30, 2021 The Canadian Press

CALGARY – The Alberta Energy Regulator says an oil and gas company under court protection from creditors is reporting the leak of an estimated 100,000 litres of oilfield liquids from a pipeline in northern Alberta. The provincial regulator says it

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Pipeline owner fined for unsafe incident near GO tracks in Greater Toronto

July 29, 2020 THE CANADIAN PRESS

CALGARY – The Canada Energy Regulator is fining Trans-Northern Pipelines $40,000 for an incident near a commuter train line in Greater Toronto that resulted in damage to a pipeline transporting gasoline. It says the incident near Oakville could potentially have

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$107-million Saskatchewan oil leak results in guilty plea

June 12, 2019 Colette Derworiz - THE CANADIAN PRESS

LLOYDMINSTER, Sask. – Husky Energy has pleaded guilty in a pipeline leak that sent oil spilling into a major river and fouled the source of drinking water for thousands of people. The spill into the North Saskatchewan River in July

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This little piggie caused a $24-million subrogated claim

April 16, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

A $24.3-million lawsuit by an oil and gas company against a contractor over an accident that spilled 60 cubic metres of oil is one of Canada’s largest-ever subrogated claims, a lawyer for the plaintiff says. In ISH Energy Ltd v

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Death rate on Canadian fishing vessels a ‘disturbing statistic,’ warns Transportation Safety Board

July 21, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The number of aviation accidents reported to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada during the year ending March 31 was nearly 20% lower than the 10-year average, but still “not enough has been done” to reduce the risk of collisions

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Husky resumes cleanup after major oil spill in Saskatchewan last summer

May 10, 2017 Jennifer Graham - THE CANADIAN PRESS

REGINA – Husky Energy is going to see how much more oil – if any – can be cleaned up from a major spill last July along the North Saskatchewan River. The company has started more shoreline cleanup and assessment

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Saskatchewan government announces steps to improve pipeline regulations following 2016 Husky spill

March 27, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The government of Saskatchewan has announced steps to improve pipeline regulations after the completion of its investigation into last July’s Husky pipeline oil spill. Energy and Resources Minister Dustin Duncan announced last week that the Ministry of the Economy had

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TransCanada gets U.S. State Department’s OK for Keystone XL pipeline

March 24, 2017 The Canadian Press

CALGARY – TransCanada has been granted a presidential permit from the U.S. State Department that allows it to move forward on building the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline, the latest turn in fortunes for the controversial project. In granting the permit,

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Second, smaller spill reported in Saskatchewan by Tundra Energy Marketing Ltd.

February 2, 2017 The Canadian Press

STORTHOAKS, Sask. – The Calgary-based company handling a pipeline spill that saw 200,000 litres of crude leaked onto First Nations farmland in Saskatchewan is now dealing with another, albeit much smaller, spill. On Wednesday night, the National Energy Board issued

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Pipeline progress means crude by rail slowdown could be much more long term

February 1, 2017 Ian Bickis - THE CANADIAN PRESS

CALGARY – The rumble of crude-oil-laden rail cars though Canadian towns won’t be silenced any time soon, but progress on the Line 3, Trans Mountain and Keystone XL pipelines means there could be far fewer in the future. “Down the

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Saskatchewan government says Tundra Energy owns pipeline that leaked crude oil

January 27, 2017 The Canadian Press

STOUGHTON, Sask. – The Saskatchewan government says it has confirmed which pipeline leaked 200,000 litres of crude oil on First Nation farmland. It says it belongs to Calgary-based Tundra Energy Marketing Ltd. The company has been leading cleanup of the