Energy East cancellation a 'huge win' for Trump, says former ambassador - CTV News

CTV NewsEnergy East cancellation a 'huge win' for Trump, says former ambassadorCTV NewsOTTAWA –TransCanada's decision to cancel the $15.7 billion Energy East pipeline is a "huge win" for U.S. President Donald Trump and a big loss for New Brunswick, says Frank McKenna, former premier and Canadian ambassador to the U.S..and more »

Oct. 7: Requiem for Energy East. Plus other letters to the editor - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailOct. 7: Requiem for Energy East. Plus other letters to the editorThe Globe and MailRe TransCanada Halts Pipeline, Sparking New Regional Tensions (Oct. 6): When will Canada finally start acting like a country instead of a collection of self-serving provincial fiefdoms? When will the federal government get a backbone and put a stop to ...and more »

Maritimers coming to terms with Energy East pipeline fallout - CTV News

Maritimers coming to terms with Energy East pipeline falloutCTV NewsThere continues to be disappointment and anger from many in the Maritimes as they come to terms with the demise of the Energy East pipeline. TransCanada pulled the plug on the $15-billion project, leaving workers mourning the loss of jobs. Trades ...and more »

Wall at centre of years-long debate over Energy East - Regina Leader-Post

Regina Leader-PostWall at centre of years-long debate over Energy EastRegina Leader-PostSaskatchewan Premier Brad Wall speaks to the Empire Club of Canada in support of the Energy East pipeline project. Eduardo Lima / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust Comment Print. The long road to building the Energy Easy pipeline hit a dead end ...and more »

Death of Energy East brings more conflict oil to Canada - The Rebel

The RebelDeath of Energy East brings more conflict oil to CanadaThe RebelTransCanada declined to elaborate on their reasons for pulling the plug on Energy East, but they didn't need to. The federal government has axed almost every major oil and gas project it had a hand in, costing the Canadian economy billions.and more »

Letters, Oct. 7 - Edmonton Sun

Letters, Oct. 7Edmonton SunPUT 'EM UP! The recent decision by TransCanada to discontinue its efforts to build the Energy East pipeline is a blow to Alberta and our petroleum industry. The federal Liberals continue to force our energy industry into narrower and narrower channels ...and more »

End of Energy East exposes political divide - Red Deer Advocate

Red Deer AdvocateEnd of Energy East exposes political divideRed Deer AdvocateOTTAWA — TransCanada's decision to cancel the Energy East pipeline project exposed deep divisions across the political landscape Thursday, highlighting the ever-present clash between energy development and environmental protection. The premiers of ...and more »

Natural Resources minister rejects notion of pitting region against region - Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg SunNatural Resources minister rejects notion of pitting region against regionWinnipeg SunJim Carr. Article. Tweet. Change text size for the story; Print this story. Report an error. The federal Minister of Natural Resources says he doesn't deal in “the politics of division,” even as Canada's oil-versus-environment debate swells amid ...and more »

Controversial Energy East oil pipeline cancelled - Treehugger

TreehuggerControversial Energy East oil pipeline cancelledTreehuggerIt's that seventies show all over again as a Trudeau gets blamed but it's not his fault; it's simple economics. TransCanada has cancelled the Energy East pipeline that was to run all the way from the oil sands in Alberta to eastern Canada, at the cost ...and more »

Energy East decision boosts western separation talk - News Talk 980 CJME

News Talk 980 CJMEEnergy East decision boosts western separation talkNews Talk 980 CJMEThe downfall of the Energy East pipeline could provide a big boost for those who want the west to separate from the rest of Canada. TransCanada's decision Thursday to cancel the project angered many western Canadians, leading to some talk of splitting ...and more »

TransCanada's cancelled Energy East project has Canadian utilities looking south - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailTransCanada's cancelled Energy East project has Canadian utilities looking southThe Globe and MailWhen TransCanada Corp. decided to pull the plug on the Energy East pipeline this week, it set off a noisy and worrisome east-versus-west political spat. The scarier response was the total silence over the death of the $15.7-billion project from CEOs at ...and more »

Spin Reduxit: Analyzing TransCanada's decision to halt Energy East - CBC.ca

CBC.caSpin Reduxit: Analyzing TransCanada's decision to halt Energy EastCBC.caSpin Reduxit is CBC New Brunswick's political podcast and analyzes the latest issues coming out of the legislature. The Mr. Trudeau in the Library with a Butterknife Edition was recorded on Oct. 5.and more »

EDITORIAL: Feds indifferent to regional needs - TheChronicleHerald.ca

TheChronicleHerald.caEDITORIAL: Feds indifferent to regional needsTheChronicleHerald.caThe $15.7-billion Energy East project to pipe Western Canadian oil to Atlantic Canada is dead — a tremendous loss to this region's economy and to sensible diversification of Canadian oil exports from the capricious grip of the American market. To add ...and more »

Chiefs express shock, relief to Energy East pipeline halt - CBC.ca

CBC.caChiefs express shock, relief to Energy East pipeline haltCBC.caChiefs in Eastern Canada say they're feeling a mixture of shock and relief after a major pipeline expansion across Canada was halted Thursday. Kanesatake Mohawk Council Grand Chief Serge Simon said he felt a surge of jubilation when TransCanada ...and more »

Keystone XL, Line 3 and Trans Mountain 'more vital than ever' as Energy East cancelled: analyst - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caKeystone XL, Line 3 and Trans Mountain 'more vital than ever' as Energy East cancelled: analystGlobalnews.caTransCanada announced Thursday Oct. 6, 2017 that the Energy East pipeline would not go ahead as planned. Alex Panetta / The Canadian Press. X. - A A +. Listen. An analyst says the shelving of TransCanada Corp.'s (TSX:TRP) Energy East pipeline ...and more »

Editorial: The end of Energy East - Montreal Gazette

Montreal GazetteEditorial: The end of Energy EastMontreal GazetteIt seems clear that the opposition to the project in Quebec was only one of many factors, and probably a minor one. Montreal Gazette Editorial Board. Published on: October 6, 2017 | Last Updated: October 6, 2017 4:13 PM EDT. The Energy East pipeline ...and more »

Tight oil export pipeline capacity expected to persist as Energy East cancelled - CTV News

CTV NewsTight oil export pipeline capacity expected to persist as Energy East cancelledCTV NewsCALGARY -- It's more vital than ever that three other pipelines to oil export markets proceed as planned in the wake of TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) shelving its Energy East pipeline on Thursday, says AltaCorp Capital analyst Dirk Lever. Lever says ...and more »

National Post View: Surprise, surprise, the government sabotages yet another energy project - National Post

National PostNational Post View: Surprise, surprise, the government sabotages yet another energy projectNational PostA government committed to the rule of law would follow the expert recommendations of the NEB. Letting politics corrupt the process is corrosive. Demonstrators disrupt the National Energy Board public hearing into the proposed Energy East pipeline ...and more »

TransCanada cancels major pipeline project, will take hit in Q4 - Houston Business Journal

Houston Business JournalTransCanada cancels major pipeline project, will take hit in Q4Houston Business JournalMany in the energy industry might have expected TransCanada Corp. (NYSE: TRP) to shelve its Energy East crude pipeline project, but the Calgary-based midstream company's official announcement still prompted trade groups to speak out against it. The 1.1 ...and more »

Canada expects crude-by-rail boom as pipeline project collapses - Reuters Canada

Reuters CanadaCanada expects crude-by-rail boom as pipeline project collapsesReuters CanadaFILE PHOTO: TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the new Energy East Pipeline during a news conference in Calgary, Alberta, August 1, 2013. REUTERS/Todd Korol/File Photo. CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp's ...and more »