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    Published 23 December 2017 | viewed 18,736 times

    The announcement made by uranium giant Cameco in November  that it’s suspending operations at its flagship McArthur River mine in northern Saskatchewan and surprisingly deep…

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    Published 11 December 2017 | viewed 5,371 times

    Canada’s Desjardins, the largest association of credit unions in North America, has decided to lift a moratorium on loans for energy and pipeline projects, noting…

  • Enbridge, Michigan Reach Deal To Boost Pipeline Safety

    Published 28 November 2017 | viewed 7,263 times

    Enbridge (TSX, NYSE:ENB), Canada’s largest pipeline company, has reached an agreement with the State of Michigan on its Line 5 pipelines, which run in a tunnel under the…

  • New UK Plant Aims To Turn Biomass Into ‘Coal’

    Published 27 November 2017 | viewed 10,714 times

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  • EU Aims To Reform World’s Biggest Carbon Market

    Published 11 November 2017 | viewed 6,283 times

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  • North Korea Hit Hard As Coal Exports To China Fall 71%

    Published 28 October 2017 | viewed 17,789 times

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  • VW Fails To Secure Critical Commodity For EVs

    Published 17 October 2017 | viewed 6,104 times

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  • The Capital Of Coal Is Looking For Other Options

    Published 09 October 2017 | viewed 5,432 times

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  • China’s EV Market Nearing 2 Percent Penetration

    Published 02 October 2017 | viewed 7,207 times

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    Published 30 September 2017 | viewed 14,193 times

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  • Poland Aims To Fill Export Gap Using U.S. Coal

    Published 28 September 2017 | viewed 5,948 times

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  • Total Not In A Rush To Sell Canadian Oil Sands Assets

    Published 26 September 2017 | viewed 7,763 times

    French oil giant Total SA chief executive said on Monday the company was not in a rush to join the foreign exodus from Canada’s oil sands sector.…

  • Does Canada Need More Oil Sands Pipelines?

    Published 18 September 2017 | viewed 15,834 times

    The claim that building more pipelines to carry Canada’s oil sands production to ports for export will unlock significantly higher prices for bitumen is not…

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    Published 17 September 2017 | viewed 40,895 times

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  • Activists Protest Kinder Morgan’s Westridge Crude Oil Terminal

    Published 31 August 2017 | viewed 7,067 times

    On a sparsely populated island off the coast of the northwestern United States, more than a hundred environmental activists gathered last weekend to practice seaborne…

  • Supervolcanoes Could Drive The Electric Car Boom

    Published 17 August 2017 | viewed 9,728 times

    U.S. scientists say they have discovered a new source of lithium, a key element in the manufacturing of battery-powered electric cars and other renewable energy…

  • Rio Tinto’s First-Half Profit Soars 93%, Investors Getting $3B Back

    Published 03 August 2017 | viewed 4,249 times

    Rio Tinto, the world’s second largest miner, gave its shareholders an early Christmas present Wednesday as it declared its biggest interim dividend in the company’s 144-year history,…

  • Renewables Could Overtake Fossil Fuels In South Australia By 2025

    Published 30 July 2017 | viewed 10,855 times

    Declining renewables and energy storage costs will increasingly squeeze out gas-fired generation in South Australia as early as 2025, a joint research report conducted by…

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