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  1. I would like to learn other peoples thoughts with regards to the "capacity crunch" expected over the next 50 years or so here in...


  2. The neverending story never ends. A judge asked Washington to once again review the project. "The court required the U.S. Department of State to revise...
      


  3. Anadarko is selling $4 billion worth of pipelines and storage facilities. Streamline away!
      


  4. The two prime movers that have done more for the cause of globalization than any other: the diesel engine and the jet turbine, both...
      


  5. China on Tuesday opened the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge linking Hong Kong to the mainland, a feat of engineering carrying immense economic and political...
      


  6. Okay, I just love the whole Trans Mountain saga. Here's the latest. In the Trans Mountain feud, a B.C. First Nation paves its own path...
      


  7. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/notley-oil-rail-cars-ottawa-1.4873584 She's not giving up. Cough up, Ottawa.
      


  8. Iran and New Mega-Refineries Set Asia's Oil Market on Fire Have we discussed this? I remember seeing somewhere an estimate of a lot of surplus...
      


  9. Saudi Arabia has pulled a planned deal with Virgin Hyperloop One after Sir Richard Branson said early last week that he would temporarily cut...
      


  10. ChargePoint and EVBox, two of the world’s leading EV charging networks, announced a roaming agreement that will enable EV drivers to roam between charging...
      


  11. U.S. East Coast refiners cash in by the trainload on Canadian oil One man's junk, etc.
      


  12. I did a very quick Google search and I found stuff like "43 residents of Seattle occupied the BNSF office in SoDo Seattle to...
      


  13. "Houston's Kinder Morgan and Midland-based EagleClaw Midstream said they've authorized the proposed $2 billion Permian Highway Pipeline project to transport natural gas from West...
      


  14. This is fit for a sitcom. I'm sure @Tom Kirkman will appreciate it. @Rodent, too. Enjoy! Braid: B.C. gets an early taste of no-pipeline pain
      


  15. "Moving oil by train could get 200 per cent more popular by the mid-2020s unless at least two pipeline projects are completed, according to...
      


  16. Ryanair and EasyJet transformed low-cost continental travel. With ever more passengers opting for low-cost carriers such as Ryanair and EasyJet, Europe’s old-guard airlines have...
      


  17. Good irony needs to be appreciated. Why Russian oil — and not Canadian — will keep fuelling the U.S. Pacific Northwest
      


  18. Okay, let me start by saying that I am aware it's wrong to make fun of people, especially young people with starts in their...
      


  19. Anyone else see Elon Musk's promise to fix Flint by swooping in with a cash promise to alleviate the water crisis?   http://fortune.com/2018/07/11/elon-musk-flint-michigan-twitter/
      


  20. Do you have your company procedures in place to assure safe lifting and hoisting operations?? Lifting and hoisting operations are among the major causes of...
      


  21. The richest African, Aliko Dangote is investing $15 billion in a refinery that could change Nigeria's fortunes, at least according to Bloomberg. It will...
      


  22. "“Let’s hope that this black snake that they’re threatening to pass through our lands to kill our mother, to kill our waters, is stopped,”...
      


  23. OPEC to Canada: Build pipelines or watch investment flow south Embarrassing.
      


  24. Chicago has picked Elon Musk's Boring Company to build a futuristic transportation link to the city's airport. This multibillion-dollar high-speed express train, known as...


  25. Greenpeace trying to expose weakness in nuclear power plants by proving it is vulnerable to a terrorist attack. INDEED. "The activists told AFP that the drone struck 'a storage...


  26. Europe’s high-speed rail network is a slow, expensive and “ineffective patchwork”, according to a report from the EU’s spending watchdog that criticised costly projects...
      


  27. When a door closes, a window opens. Lots of gas coming out of the Permian, second new gas pipeline for KM there.
      


  28. They had a previous round of cuts in '14 when they shed 5,000 jobs. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-rolls-royce-hldg-restructuring/rolls-royce-cuts-4600-jobs-at-pivotal-moment-for-business-idUSKBN1JA0JD  


  29. Woodside wants to build pipelines soon, Chevron wants to wait.  "The issue comes down to how quickly to build a shared infrastructure system that would...
      


  30. Over half of US thermal capacity is more than 30 years old and expected to reach retirement age by 2030. Utilities are investing massively in...

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