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John is a litigator whose practice is focused in the areas of commercial and environmental litigation, expropriation law, energy regulation, and regulatory offences.  He is particularly interested in agricultural issues and the regulation of agricultural land use, and lives and works on his family’s cash crop farm north of London, Ontario with his wife and three kids.  Landowner Law Blog

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Pembina Pipeline's new purpose: Get Canada's oil and gas to the rest of the world

February 2018

CEO shifts to getting hydrocarbons to the U.S. and Asia, especially in light of Canada’s infrastructure problems, which he thinks will only get worse

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Trudeau's National Energy Board Sorry for Spying on Staff

February 2018

Latest news report suggests Ottawa's energy regulator is secretive, opaque, petty and paranoid...

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The National Energy Board is a failure

February 2018

This reminder is urgent today as the Trudeau government proceeds with a radical rejigging of the Board and regulatory regime -- in a way we fear may make matters worse.  ...

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Enbridge warns its oil pipelines will be full for next three years — even the new one awaiting U.S. approval

February 2018

Enbridge CEO also hinted that Enbridge was weighing impacts of U.S. tax reform for future capital projects against the recent changes to the regulatory structure in Canada

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The Arteries of Our Civilization

February 2018

For the moment, nothing is superior to pipelines in terms of moving large quantities of hydrocarbons safely, reliably and cost effectively over long distances.

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Is This the End of Pipelines?

February 2018

If this new technology can replace pipelines will anti oil activists take to fighting new railways and highways?

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The Power Of Siberia And China's Next Natural Gas Moves

February 2018

Thanks to the activist and NEB driven paralysis of the pipeline industry in Canada, Alberta's loss is Russia's gain.

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Joe Oliver: Liberals just drove another nail in the coffin of Canada’s resource industry

February 2018

FINANCIAL POST - New regulations likely to heighten cost and red tape, even as they make it easier to scupper critical projects, warns former finance minister

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Do we need a French Revolution?

February 2018

Straight from the hip with Brenda Schoepp - Canadian Cattlemen

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First Nations pipeline has a plan to get around B.C. oil tanker ban — an old gold-rush town in Alaska

FINANCIAL POST

February 2018

A First Nations’ led $17-billion oil pipeline from Alberta to the West Coast has put in motion a back-up plan to site its terminal across the border

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