The Canadian Press, Jul 18, 2011
Korea's state-owned natural gas company may be interested in snapping up Royal Dutch Shell PLC's stake in the Mackenzie Valley pipeline, an energy consultant said Monday.
David Ebner and Tim Kiladze, Globe and Mail, Jul. 15, 2011
Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDS.A-N71.900.590.83%) is giving up on the Mackenzie Delta, pulling out of the region 38 years after it first discovered a massive deposit of natural gas.
By KRISTEN SHANE, Hill Times, February 14, 2011
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has quietly handed over Cabinet control of the massive Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline project from former environment minister Jim Prentice and his temporary successor John Baird to rookie Indian and Northern Affairs Minister John Duncan (Vancouver Island North, B.C.), without key stakeholders in the $16.2-billion pipeline project even knowing, say stakeholders.
Lorne Gunter, National Post, December 19, 2010
By Dina O'Meara, Calgary Herald, December 24, 2010
Gas prices too low for project, says analyst
Bleak price outlooks for natural gas in North America have wiped the proposed Mackenzie pipeline off the map, according to a recent report by U.S. energy regulators.
News Release, National Energy Board, 16 December 2010
CALGARY ― The National Energy Board (NEB) today approved the applications for the construction and operation of the Mackenzie Gas Project through Canada’s North.
by Chris Wood, The Walrus, October 2010
The battle for the northern headwaters of the Mackenzie River
Avatar on Earth
CBC News, September 1, 2010
Review body accuses federal government of not being transparent
Diane Francis, Interview, National Post, July 9, 2010
Nellie Cournoyea is chairwoman and chief executive of the $300-million Inuvialuit Regional Corp., which has investments in construction, pipelines, trucking, airlines and real estate. She is the former premier of the Northwest Territories and also an ardent and passionate spokeswoman for her region.
Bob Weber, Winnipeg Free Press, May 18, 2010
Environmentalists are angry that Ottawa and the Northwest Territories have rejected almost all the advice in a lengthy and expensive report on the proposed Mackenzie Valley natural gas pipeline.
CBC News, Monday, May 17, 2010
Ottawa and the Northwest Territories have fully accepted only 10 of the 115 recommendations made by an environmental panel about the proposed Mackenzie Valley pipeline.
BY DAVE COOPER, Edmonton Journal, April 26, 2010
Mackenzie Valley-style battles loom with natives, green groups
For Alberta oilsands producers, the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline is a crucial new outlet for expanding bitumen production.
Jeffrey Jones, National Post, Reuters, January 29, 2010
A panel's recommendation to enforce strict noise limits at a bird sanctuary has the potential to shut down development of the $16.2-billion Mackenzie pipeline in Canada's Arctic, the project's backers said.
By CLIFFORD KRAUSS, New York Times, December 31, 2009
HOUSTON — A long-delayed natural gas pipeline in Western Canada, which has the potential to provide significant amounts of energy to North America, has cleared a crucial hurdle by receiving the endorsement of a Canadian government review panel.
Foundation for a Sustainable Northern Future
Report of the Joint Review Panel for the Mackenzie Gas Project
In the Panel’s view, the Mackenzie Gas Project and the associated Northwest Alberta Facilities would provide the foundation for a sustainable northern future.