Provincial elections in British Columbia may determine the fate of the premier's oil export ambitions, party platforms suggest.
Kinder Morgan has shelved its plans for a $200 million coal export terminal on the Columbia River in northern Oregon that would have exported up to 30 million tons of American coal to Asia each year.
Expansion plans for an oil pipeline that feeds a Texas refinery will increase the pipeline's capacity more than 200 percent, Kinder Morgan announced.
Provincial authorities in Alberta, Canada, are working with Northwest Territories officials to weigh oil exports, an energy minister said.
British Columbia leaders need to take a stronger line with oil pipeline development plans in the region, critics said.
A rail cargo trade group said a record was set for 2012 in terms of the amount of crude oil shipped on U.S. railroads.
Signing a deal with Kinder Morgan to export liquefied natural gas shows how the United States is changing the energy sector's landscape, Shell's president said.
The Canadian division of pipeline company Kinder Morgan said it expected to expand the volume for its planned Trans Mountain pipeline to cope higher demand.
The Kansas to Chicago pipeline system owned by Houston's Kinder Morgan Energy Partners will be sold to ONEOK Partners.
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners will invest up to $100 million in developing biodiesel together with Green Earth Fuels.