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Jameson Berkow
Mar 14 2014

Enbridge running out of gas, literally

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Ontario is dealing with what is hopefully the last blast of a long, rough winter. If it lasts any longer, it could cost residents of central Canada much more to keep warm.
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Jameson Berkow
Mar 05 2014

Buy oil sands stocks NOW, Canaccord urges

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Canaccord's Phil Skolnick has always been bullish on Canadian heavy crude producers, in particular those that operate primarily in Alberta’s oil sands.
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Jameson Berkow
Mar 03 2014

Russia plays pipeline politics

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Adding to the mounting crisis in the Ukraine is the very real possibility of the eastern European country’s 46 million or so inhabitants having to pay more for their energy supplies.
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Jameson Berkow
Feb 25 2014

Petronas sells more Canadian assets

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Petronas passes more Canadian gas - Malaysia's state-owned energy giant paid $5.2-billion in late 2012 to acquire Progress Energy, chiefly for its highly-valued natural gas assets in northeastern British Columbia, but that doesn't mean it will pony up the $36-billion Petronas says is necessary to get all that gas to market all by itself.
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Jameson Berkow
Feb 20 2014

Kicking the Keystone XL can… again

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
While United States President Barack Obama spurned his Canadian counterpart’s plea for approval of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline in Mexico on Wednesday, the much ballyhooed oil sands export artery’s proposed route was spurned in a much more serous way 3,000km north.
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Jameson Berkow
Feb 19 2014

B.C. unveils ‘competitive’ LNG tax plan

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Nobody (and I mean nobody) really likes new taxes, but as far as British Columbia’s plan to tax its nascent liquefied natural gas industry is concerned, the initial response has painted the proposed regime as pretty darn likeable.
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Jameson Berkow
Feb 17 2014

Quebec picks up energy ‘momentum’

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
What a difference a year can make.
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Jameson Berkow
Feb 14 2014

A Valentine’s gift from Enbridge

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Canada’s largest oil and gas transporter gave its shareholders a gift this morning, in the form of an 11% higher dividend.
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