+ Alberta Infrastructure acquired an 87 acre site for the new Edson healthcare centre; $108 million project will be started in 2012 with opening planned for spring 2014
+ Stoney Trail (ring road) passing through the Tsuu T’ina Nation was the plan, the plan died when voted down by Tsuu T’ina band members . . . but it seems the issue may be back on the agenda; watch the climate change as newcomers (Redford, Nenshi et al) wrestle with this problem . . . stay tuned
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FRESH ITEMS TODAY - Feb. 14/2011
+ Canadian Natural Resources Limited estimates Horizon project repairs will be underway after investigation findings completed at end of March
+ Veresen Inc. closed its $114.9 million purchase of run-of-river facilities in B.C. from ENMAX Corporation
+ Mayor Nenshi didn’t trip, but he stumbled – and the friendly press were happy to pour gas on the fire; he enjoyed a rock-star welcome in Toronto on his speaking tour that involved a free flight in connection with one of his speaking engagements . . .
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+ AltaCanada Energy Corp. is changing its name to Montana Exploration Limited
+ AMEC agreed to acquire Zektingroup, Australian-based engineering consultancy
+ Chevron Corp. acquired 200,000 acres in the Duvernay shale formation
+ ConocoPhillips completed the disposition of its position in Lukoil
+ Genoil Inc. completed its acquisition of Two Hills Environmental Inc.
+ PetroChina investing in 50/50 JV with Encana Corp.; $5.4 billion natural gas play
+ SNC-Lavalin exercised its right to acquire 23.08% of AltaLink L.P. it does not already own from Macquarie Essentiial Assets Partnership for $213 million
+ TransCanada Corporation is taking action to reverse TransAlta Corporation’s force majeure cancellation of supply from Sundance 1 and 2 generating stations; issue is that plants cannot be economically restored to service
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