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  • BP Alaska plans layoffs following Hilcorp sale Monday, 15 Sep 2014 | 6:36 PM ET

    BP's business in Alaska will be smaller because of the previously announced sale of its interests in four North Slope oil fields to Hilcorp, spokeswoman Dawn Patience said.

  • CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 15- The cost of the South Dakota portion of TransCanada Corp's Keystone XL pipeline has more than doubled to $1.974 billion in the last four years the project has awaited federal approval, the company said in a petition filed with the state Public Utilities Commission on Monday.

  • Revamped U.S. refineries are absorbing heavy Canadian crude and new oil-rail terminals built by companies like Gibson Energy Inc and Canexus Corp are loading trains to deliver crude to markets across North America, and potentially abroad, limiting the downturn and keeping prices buoyant compared to the past seasons.

  • Keystone XL operator seeks South Dakota approval Monday, 15 Sep 2014 | 1:55 PM ET

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D.— The operator of the long-delayed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline on Monday formally asked South Dakota's utility regulators to recertify the portion of the project that runs through the state.

  • Governor candidate concerned about gas-line deal Friday, 12 Sep 2014 | 4:58 PM ET

    The state is pursuing the mega-project with the North Slope's three major players, Exxon Mobil Corp., BP and ConocoPhillips; pipeline company TransCanada Corp.; and the Alaska Gasline Development Corp..

  • CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 8- Jim Prentice, a former key Cabinet minister in the government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, has firm control over the province of Alberta's governing Progressive Conservatives, but convincing voters to extend the party's 43- year rule will be more challenging.

  • TORONTO, Sept 5- Canada's main stock index finished Friday's session little changed, as modest, but broad, declines led by financial stocks, offset resource gains and investors kept to the sidelines. Toronto-Dominion Bank was off 0.52 percent at C $57.48, while Royal Bank of Canada slipped 0.4 percent to C $80.76.

  • LINCOLN, Nebraska, Sept 5- Nebraska's Supreme Court heard arguments on Friday about whether Governor Dave Heineman acted properly when he blessed a route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, and the court's decision could weigh on the controversial project. Keystone opponents who watched the proceedings from an adjacent room, were not so subdued.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 5- Backers and opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are expected to pack a courtrooom in Lincoln on Friday when the Nebraska Supreme Court hears arguments about whether the state's governor was wrong to approve a route for the controversial project.

  • Keystone XL operator to seek PUC's recertification Thursday, 4 Sep 2014 | 7:38 PM ET

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D.— The operator of the long-delayed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline said Thursday it will ask South Dakota's utility regulators to recertify the portion of the project that runs through the state before the end of the month.

  • At issue is a 2012 law that gave Governor Dave Heineman authority to approve a route for TransCanada Corp's proposed Canada- to- Texas project. Because the pipeline would cross the U.S.- Canada border en route from Alberta to Texas, the State Department must either bless or reject the proposal based on its evaluation of the national interest.

  • At issue is a 2012 law that gave Governor Dave Heineman authority to approve a route for TransCanada Corp's proposed Canada- to- Texas project. Because the pipeline would cross the U.S.- Canada border en route from Alberta to Texas, the State Department must either bless or reject the proposal based on its evaluation of the national interest.

  • CALGARY, Alberta, Aug 21- Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline company, might be able to circumvent a delay in U.S. approvals for plans to nearly double the size of its Alberta Clipper line taking oil sands crude to the Midwest, saying it can put the oil in another pipeline to cross the border.

  • CALGARY, Alberta, Aug 4- Canexus Corp, the developer of Canada's first dedicated oil train terminal, has embraced the crude-by-rail boom with little success so far. The company's Bruderheim terminal, 55 kilometers northeast of Edmonton, Alberta, is one of seven unit train terminals operating or under construction in Western Canada.

  • The city of 25,000, known for its scenic lighthouses and sweeping views of the island-speckled waters of Casco Bay, is also the east coast's second largest oil port, located at the southern terminus of the Portland-Montreal Pipeline, which currently flows north to Canada.

  • NEW YORK, July 9- Four years into the shale revolution, the U.S. is on track to pass Russia and Saudi Arabia as the world's largest producer of crude oil, most analysts agree. "The key issue is not whether production grows, it's by how much," said Ed Morse, global head of commodities research at Citigroup in New York.

  • CALGARY, Alberta, July 1- Mergers and acquisitions in Canada's energy sector have rebounded from a dull 2013 and look poised for a further pickup, driven by the country's rapidly developing shale oil and gas properties rather than its better known oil sands.

  • CALGARY, Alberta, June 19- Enbridge Inc said on Thursday the price tag to replace a major pipeline that exports Canadian crude oil to the U.S. had jumped 7 percent to C $7.5 billion because of labor costs, additional engineering work on its Hardisty, Alberta, crude terminal and a weaker Canadian dollar.

  • NEW YORK, June 10- Canada is "disappointed" that the proposed Keystone XL pipeline to the United States has not yet received approval from the White House, the country's finance minister, Joe Oliver, said on Tuesday. TransCanada Corp's $5.4 billion pipeline would link Alberta's vast oil sands fields with refineries in Texas.

  • WASHINGTON, May 30- The U.S. State Department on Friday corrected several errors it made in a key study evaluating the impact of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, including a understatement of how many people could be killed on railroad tracks if the project were rejected and oil traffic by rail increased.