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Alberta granted intervener status on Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline

Alberta granted intervener status on Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline

Need for clear, consistent and predictable rules and processes on interprovincial projects like Trans Mountain Alberta has been granted leave to intervene on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project judicial review by the Federal Court of Appeal, according to a government press release. As an intevener, Alberta will be allowed to make both written […]

Judge: Reverses ‘Gasland’ community’s $4.2 million award

Judge: Reverses ‘Gasland’ community’s $4.2 million award

Dimock, Penn. has long history of natural-occurring  methane in area, misrepresented by Josh Fox in 2010 “Gasland” movie Now that the excitement has died down after news broke March 31 that a federal judge has ordered a retrial in last year’s highly-publicized Dimock nuisance case and thrown out a jury’s multi-million dollar award to plaintiffs, EID […]

Colorado court decision may imperil jobs, incomes, energy development

Colorado court decision may imperil jobs, incomes, energy development

“When it comes to responsible energy development, Colorado has a record to be proud of, a proven tradition of responsible and safe energy development” By Aileen Yeung, EnergyInDepth Pressure is growing in Colorado to appeal a recent court decision that sided with activists seeking to undermine the state’s regulatory framework for oil and natural gas […]

Canadian court rejects Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron

Canadian court rejects Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron

Ecuadorian court judgment being questioned in other jurisdictions as well A Canadian court has ruled that the Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron Corporation cannot be enforced against Chevron Canada Limited, an indirect subsidiary, according to a Chevron press release. The court found that Chevron Canada Limited is a separate entity from Chevron Corporation, not a party to […]

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ETE officially terminates Williams merger, Williams prepared to fight

ETE officially terminates Williams merger, Williams prepared to fight

On June 20th, a Williams Cos Inc board member testified she felt pressured by her own company to support the $20 billion merger DALLAS-Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. announced termination of its merger agreement with The Williams Companies, Inc. effective June 29. This news comes as Williams announced that shareholders on June 27th voted in favour of the merger. “During […]

White House appealing US courts fracking decision as debate swirls over impact

White House appealing US courts fracking decision as debate swirls over impact

White House says will continue to defend legal authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing on public lands Environmental groups and the Obama Administration say they plan to appeal a federal judge’s decision to overturn Bureau of Land Management’s fracking rules. A ruling an attorney for these groups said the ruling will have far-reaching impacts over future regulation […]