Alberta sales down 0.3% from January while national sales rose 0.4%: StatsCan
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Gasoline was a large contributor to the price change in all provinces but prices increased at the fastest rate in Alberta: StatsCan
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New legislation will penalize electric companies for billing errors instead of forcing consumers to go through a lengthy legal process, says Alberta’s energy minister.
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Alberta produced 17.5 million cubic metres of crude oil and equivalent products in January, up 2.6% from the same month a year earlier
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Sales in February reached $6.2 billion. That was up 0.7% from January and 8.7% higher than a year ago
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EDMONTON — Premier Scott Moe says Saskatchewan will join Alberta in a fight with B.C. over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by introducing its own legislation on oil exports.
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EDMONTON — The Alberta government has introduced legislation that would give the energy minister power to restrict the flow of oil, gasoline and natural gas leaving the province.
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Sales in the province fell to 15,158 vehicles for the month, down from 16,526 in February 2017
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CALGARY — After nearly a decade since the last major oil pipeline was built, and with existing ones brimming with crude, Canada’s energy industry is wondering when and if any new lifelines to foreign markets will go into the ground.
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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is putting taxpayer money where his government’s mouth is, promising to deploy both financial and legislative tools to ensure the disputed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion between Alberta and British Columbia is able to proceed.
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