Europe ramps up energy security after suspected sabotage

Europe ramps up energy security after suspected sabotage

BRUSSELS (AP) — European companies are ramping up security around pipelines and energy prices are climbing again as the suspected sabotage of two pipelines that deliver natural gas from Russia underscored the vulnerability of Europe’s energy infrastructure and prompted the EU to warn of possible retaliation.

Some European officials and energy experts have said Russia is likely to blame for any sabotage — it directly benefits from higher energy prices and economic anxiety across Europe — although others cautioned against pointing fingers until investigators are able to determine what happened.

Enbridge sells minority stake in seven pipelines to Indigenous communities

Enbridge sells minority stake in seven pipelines to Indigenous communities

Enbridge Inc. has signed a deal to sell a minority stake in seven pipelines in the Athabasca region of northern Alberta to a group of 23 First Nation and Métis communities for $1.12 billion.

Alberta premier Jason Kenney called the purchase a “historic, game-changing deal” at a press conference Wednesday with multiple stakeholders present, including Enbridge executives and members of some of the communities involved in the purchase.

“This is a big deal,” he said. “This is the single largest Indigenous transaction in the natural resource sector in the history of North America.”

SISMA Saskatchewan Suppliers’ Energy Forum is on this Wednesday at Regina Delta. Walk-in attendance welcome

SISMA Saskatchewan Suppliers’ Energy Forum is on this Wednesday at Regina Delta. Walk-in attendance welcome

REGINA – If you’re in Regina on Wednesday, make your way to the Delta Hotel to attend the  in-person return of the Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association’s (SIMSA) premier energy event.

Sporting a new name, it’s now the 8th Annual Saskatchewan Suppliers’ Energy Forum. It was formerly known as the Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Supply Chain Forum. The 2022 Saskatchewan Suppliers Energy Forum will be on Wednesday, September 28th at the Delta Hotel in Regina, SK. Tickets at the door are $500 each. 

NDP SaskPower critic Aleana Young says small modular reactors can play a role in our energy future

NDP SaskPower critic Aleana Young says small modular reactors can play a role in our energy future

REGINA – NDP MLA Aleana Young’s prior job, before becoming a gourmet cheese store owner and Regina University MLA, was working with the Petroleum Technology Research Centre. She focused specifically on the Aquistore project. Aquistore takes carbon dioxide captured by the Boundary Dam Unit 3 Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage Project and pumps it underground over three kilometres deep, two kilometres west of the power plant.

Germany: Pressure drops in 2nd Russian gas pipeline

Germany: Pressure drops in 2nd Russian gas pipeline

BERLIN (AP) — The Nord Stream 1 pipeline leading from Russia to Europe has reported a drop in pressure, only hours after a leak was reported in the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the Baltic Sea off Denmark, the German economy ministry said.

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