Madison, Wisc., and Chicago, Ill. – Hurricane Irma caused much damage across the Caribbean and up Florida’s west coast. Fortunately, The Diplomat Beach Resort, the host hotel for the NIBA/PTDA Joint Industry Summit, was spared Irma’s wrath and is ready to host member participants from both NIBA-The Belting Association and Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) in Hollywood, Florida, on September 27-30.
Fredericton – New Brunswick's premier says if Ottawa wants to change the rules of the regulatory process for the Energy East pipeline, it should pay the added costs.
Vancouver – British Columbia's former Liberal government asked oil and gas corporations to "refine" the language of recommendations made by an advisory panel before it finalized its Climate Leadership Plan, documents show.
Calgary – In the latest setback to B.C.'s liquefied natural gas export industry prospects, the partners developing the Aurora LNG project say they are ending a feasibility study after four years.
Less than 20 per cent of a 461,000-gallon (1.7-million-litre) gasoline spill in Texas during Hurricane Harvey was recovered by the company responsible, while the rest evaporated or soaked into the ground, a U.S. Coast Guard official said Thursday.
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) applauds the Government of Canada and the Government of Yukon for announcing significant investments in critical infrastructure that will greatly assist the territory in seizing growth opportunities in the mining industry.
As Canada’s Energy and Mines Ministers convene for their 74th annual conference, a national coalition of mining associations is recommending several government actions to help unlock billions of economic activity across the country, address climate change, bolster reconciliation efforts with Indigenous peoples, and secure Canada as the world’s top supplier of sustainably-sourced minerals and metals in an increasingly lower carbon global economy.
Montreal – Global mining giant Vale's decision to review its global operations in light of depressed nickel prices is causing anxiety among Indigenous workers at its Voisey's Bay mine in Labrador.
Edmonton – A candidate to lead Alberta's new United Conservative Party says one way to jump-start the province's lagging oil industry may be to buy a piece of Manitoba.