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Cenovus to sell Husky gas stations to Parkland, Co-op

Cenovus to sell Husky gas stations to Parkland, Co-op

CALGARY — Cenovus Energy Inc. says it is selling 337 Husky gas stations for a total of $420 million. Parkland Fuels says it will buy 156 of the retail fuel stations for $156 million. Federated Co-operatives Ltd.
High-flying oil and gas prices paint rosier shade of red ink on Alberta budget

High-flying oil and gas prices paint rosier shade of red ink on Alberta budget

EDMONTON — Alberta's budget outlook for this year is turning a rosier shade of red ink with jobs up, the deficit down and oil and gas prices humming along at unexpectedly high levels.
N.L.'s Come By Chance oil refinery sold to Texas company to produce renewable fuels

N.L.'s Come By Chance oil refinery sold to Texas company to produce renewable fuels

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — An idled oil refinery in the town of Come By Chance, N.L., has new owners and a planned new life producing renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel beginning in mid-2022.
Trans Mountain pipeline still days away from restart

Trans Mountain pipeline still days away from restart

Trans Mountain Corp., which had hoped to have the pipeline that supplies most of southwestern B.C.’s oil and gasoline back in operation by now, says it will be days yet before the pipeline restarts.
Alta. oilpatch recruiting in Maritimes again as drilling set to rise in 2022

Alta. oilpatch recruiting in Maritimes again as drilling set to rise in 2022

CALGARY — After seven years of layoffs and hard times, employers in Alberta's oilpatch are once again flush with cash and out to lure workers from the Maritimes and other parts of Eastern Canada.
Remaining Coastal GasLink pipeline opponents released with conditions

Remaining Coastal GasLink pipeline opponents released with conditions

Release conditions seek to strike balance between minimizing obstruction and Aboriginal rights
TC Energy seeks to recoup costs from U.S. for cancelled Keystone XL pipeline project

TC Energy seeks to recoup costs from U.S. for cancelled Keystone XL pipeline project

WASHINGTON — Pipeline giant TC Energy is formally seeking compensation from the U.S. government for the cancellation of the cross-border Keystone XL expansion project.
Journalists released with conditions after arrest at B.C. pipeline dispute

Journalists released with conditions after arrest at B.C. pipeline dispute

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A photojournalist and a documentary filmmaker have been released by a B.C.
RCMP dismantle Coastal GasLink blockades, arrest anti-pipeline protesters

RCMP dismantle Coastal GasLink blockades, arrest anti-pipeline protesters

14 arrested, will appear in court Friday
Tensions rise after RCMP clear road of protesters as B.C. pipeline conflict continues

Tensions rise after RCMP clear road of protesters as B.C. pipeline conflict continues

HOUSTON, B.C. — The access road that has been blockaded by First Nations protesters since Sunday has been cleared by the RCMP and can now be used to bring water and other supplies to more than 500 pipeline workers, Coastal GasLink says.