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CALGARY – A Calgary judge has denied British Columbia’s attempt to block Alberta legislation that would allow that province to stop oil shipments to the coast. In a decision released Friday on the so-called Turn Off the Taps bill, Queen’s Bench Justice Robert Hall said that B.C. doesn’t have the right to take Alberta to [Read more]
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Canada’s fleet of active drilling rigs held steady at 118 this week according to data collected by Baker Hughes. This is still fairly weak compared to last year around this time, when there were 211 rigs active. Of the active rigs, 83 are drilling for oil; 35 for gas. 53% of the active rigs are [Read more]
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The Saudi-led coalition said it started an operation to target military positions in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, according to state TV early on Saturday. The targets included air defence sites and ballistic missile depots, it added. (Reporting by Ali Abdelaty Editing by Leslie Adler)
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The following is a list of refinery incidents reported in the United States on July 19: * Shell Says Production Resumed at Gulf of Mexico Assets After Storm Barry * Phillips 66 JV Borger, Texas refinery to shut CDU in Sept work -sources * Shell Martinez, Calif. Refinery Reports Unit Shutdown On July 18 * [Read more]
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The acting U.S. defense secretary has authorized the deployment of U.S. military personnel and resources to Saudi Arabia, the Pentagon said on Friday, adding the move would provide "an additional deterrent" in the face of "emergent, credible threats." Riyadh had previously said it had approved hosting U.S. forces to boost regional security and stability. (Reporting [Read more]
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** Neurological drug developer's shares fall 5.9% to $41.50 in extended trading ** BHVN receives complete response letter (CRL) from U.S. FDA rejecting its marketing application for Nurtec, a tablet treatment for neurological disorder amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) ** Sole issue identified by FDA in CRL relates to manufacturing of the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) [Read more]
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Two more Iranian bulk carriers that came to Brazil carrying urea and were expected to return home with corn could be left without enough fuel, as Brazilian state oil firm Petrobras refuses to provide them with bunker fuel due to U.S. sanctions. Ship tracking data shows that Panamax-type vessels MV Delruba and Ganj, currently located [Read more]
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The British operator of an oil tanker seized by armed guards in the Gulf said the vessel, the Stena Impero, was in full compliance with all navigation and international regulations. The tanker was boarded by armed guards earlier on Friday. Iran's state news agency IRNA quoted a military source as saying the vessel had turned [Read more]
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CALGARY – The National Energy Board says its decisions and orders regarding the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion issued prior to last summer when a court overturned its approval will remain valid except where circumstances have changed. The decision is in line with a request from the federal government-owned pipeline to restore its regulatory status in [Read more]
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Decision outlines how regulatory processes will resume CALGARY, July 19, 2019 /CNW/ – The NEB has decided how regulatory processes for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (Project) will continue, including detailed route and condition compliance processes. NEB decisions and orders issued prior to the Federal Court of Appeal decision will remain valid, unless the NEB [Read more]

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