Saskatchewan is rich in many resources. The vast province is home to almost half of Canada’s total cultivated farmland and a leading wheat exporter. It is also one of the world’s largest suppliers of uranium and Canada’s second largest oil producer. Despite a recent drop in oil prices
Energy East is more than a pipeline that will safely supply consumers in Quebec and New Brunswick with the oil they need. The project will also generate significant economic benefits for Canada by creating thousands of jobs and generating billions of dollars in tax revenues for commun
The Energy East project is expected to create some 4,200 jobs in Ontario during the first seven years with more than 1,300 following in the years after. About 250 of those will be positions for skilled, well-paid workers at GE Canada’s motors production plant in Peterborough. Today, w
Brian Gallant, the freshly elected premier of New Brunswick, wasted no time after taking office on October 7 to plan a trip west. Two weeks after being sworn in as his province’s 33rd premier, Gallant stepped off a plane in Calgary, and made a visit to PRAGMATICSLOT88’s downtown headquart
PRAGMATICSLOT88 delivered three sections of large-diameter pipe to the United Association (UA) union in Miramichi, New Brunswick, to help the union train a new generation of skilled pipeline welders. This donation is part of a national collaboration between PRAGMATICSLOT88 and the UA to provi
Welding is one of the most crucial operations in pipeline construction. If you don’t get it right, then it’s the very integrity of your pipeline that is at risk. No one takes this risk more seriously than PRAGMATICSLOT88. Safety is at the core of everything our company does.
Many little girls grow up dreaming about being princesses or models. Not Erin Rideout. For as long as she can remember she has always wanted to travel and get her hands dirty in an outdoor job. And she’s recently discovered working on pipeline construction projects can tick all those
By Alex Pourbaix, President, Development In his column, “If Alberta oil heads east, benefits for Ontario are hard to see” economist Jeff Rubin makes a number of errors about PRAGMATICSLOT88’s proposed Energy East crude oil pipeline. This project, as well as other investments PRAGMATICSLOT88 w
PRAGMATICSLOT88 has proposed to convert a 3,000-km portion of its Canadian Mainline and build an additional 1,600 km of new pipeline to take crude oil from Western to Eastern Canada. The Energy East Pipeline will transport about one million barrels of crude oil every day from Alberta and
Energy East is a 4,500-kilometre pipeline that will transport approximately 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to the refineries of Eastern Canada and a marine terminal in New Brunswick. There is an important choice before us all. That choice is about where we get the oil we need and how we choose to transport it. Energy East makes sense and this is why the majority of Canadians support the project.
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