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    Pipeline Spills 76,000 Gallons of Crude Oil Emulsion in Northern Alberta

    Pipeline Spills 76,000 Gallons of Crude Oil Emulsion in Northern Alberta

    By Carol Linnitt A pipeline owned by Paramount Resources Ltd. released an estimated 100,000 liters (approximately 26,000 gallons) of crude oil and 190,000 liters (approximately 50,000 gallons) of produced water near Zama City, in northwest Alberta, according to an April 11 incident report filed with the Alberta Energy Regulator. The release was discovered after company […]

    Canada Pipeline Feud Becomes Trade War as Alberta Boycotts B.C. Wine

    Canada Pipeline Feud Becomes Trade War as Alberta Boycotts B.C. Wine

    By Andy Rowell They say that oil and water do not mix. And now the proverb applies to oil and wine. There is an escalating tension in Canada between the Albertan and British Columbian (B.C.) governments over the disputed Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline, which is due to transport tar sands from Alberta to the […]

    Crude Oil Train Explosion Incinerates Surrounding Neighborhoods

    Crude Oil Train Explosion Incinerates Surrounding Neighborhoods

    Oil Change International By Andy Rowell The inherent risks of transporting crude oil have once again been brutally and painfully exposed after a massive explosion in Quebec, Canada left part of an affected town looking like a war zone. [youtube //www.youtube.com/embed/5Gl49CpPQtc expand=1] At least five people died when a crude oil train derailed and blew […]