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EA decisions announced for water supply, LNG projects in Atlantic Canada
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A water supply upgrade project proposed for construction on Prince Edward Island's Lennox Island has been referred back to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC, the responsible authority) for appr...
9/17/2007 | Full Story

Eco/People (September 10, 2007)
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Chuck Wilcox has left his position as president and chief operating officer of Waste Services. His responsibilities will be carried out by David Sutherland-Yoest, the company's chairman and CEO, who h...
9/10/2007 | Full Story

Oil and gas sector maintains high level of compliance with EUB rules: 2006 summary report
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Alberta energy companies continued to maintain a high level of compliance with Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB) regulations during 2006, as indicated by the EUB's latest Provincial Surveillanc...
7/9/2007 | Full Story

Fox-Tek system helps major oil and gas producer protect environment from pipeline leaks
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Fiber Optic Systems Technology (Fox-Tek) reports that one of Canada's largest oil and natural gas producers has purchased and installed the company's PinPoint Electrical Field Mapping (EFM) system to ...
6/4/2007 | Full Story

Irving initiates environmental permitting process for new Saint John refinery
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After announcing last fall that it was seriously exploring the opportunity to build a second refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick (EcoWeek October 30, 2006), Irving Oil has initiated the environmenta...
2/5/2007 | Full Story

Nova Scotia revises fuel safety regs
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HALIFAX, NS-Revisions to Nova Scotia's fuel safety regulations have expanded coverage of the regulations to more fuels and have given the Department of Environment and Labour jurisdiction over most co...
1/15/2007 | Full Story

Investigators probe cause of refinery fire
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SARNIA, ONT-An investigation is under way to determine the cause of a fire at Imperial Oil's Sarnia refinery in mid-December. The fire started at the refinery's 18,000 barrel-a-day hydrocracker unit, ...
1/15/2007 | Full Story

EIS to be required for proposed Placentia Bay refinery project
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ST JOHN'S, NFLD-Newfoundland and Labrador Environment Minister Clyde Jackman has determined that Newfoundland and Labrador Refinery Corporation (NLRC) will be required to prepare an Environmental Impa...
1/15/2007 | Full Story

Upstream petroleum sector continues to reduce solution gas flaring, venting
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Solution gas flaring by upstream petroleum industry facilities in Alberta has been reduced by 72% since 1996, with solution gas venting cut by 59% since 2000. These reductions have kept 7.2 million to...
11/6/2006 | Full Story

Agreement among petroleum sector groups will enhance research, technology development
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Research and technology development in Canada's petroleum sector has been given a significant boost with the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Petroleum Technology Alliance...
11/6/2006 | Full Story



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