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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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Storm in western Canada temporarily disrupts crude pipelines

CALGARY, Alberta Two crude oil pipelines in western Canada were shut down temporarily on Wednesday, the day after stormy weather caused power outages in parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

18 Oct 2017

Canada's oil sands survive, but can't thrive in a $50 oil world

CALGARY, Alberta Canada's oil sands producers are stuck in a rut.

17 Oct 2017

U.S. issues permit to expand Enbridge cross-border oil pipeline

CALGARY, Alberta The United States issued a long-awaited permit covering a three-mile segment of Enbridge Inc's Line 67 crude oil pipeline on Monday, allowing the company to nearly double capacity on the cross-border conduit.

17 Oct 2017

U.S. issues presidential permit to Enbridge cross-border crude pipeline

CALGARY, Alberta, Oct 16 After years of regulatory delays, the United States on Monday issued a presidential permit to a three-mile segment of Enbridge Inc's Line 67 crude oil pipeline, which will enable the company to nearly double capacity on the cross-border conduit.

07 Oct 2017

Canada expects crude-by-rail boom as pipeline project collapses

CALGARY, Alberta TransCanada Corp's decision this week to scrap its $12 billion Energy East pipeline and delays to other export pipeline projects look set to increase producers' reliance on costly crude-by-rail to bring barrels to market.

07 Oct 2017

ANALYSIS-Canada expects crude-by-rail boom as pipeline project collapses

CALGARY, Alberta, Oct 6 TransCanada Corp's decision this week to scrap its $12 billion Energy East pipeline and delays to other export pipeline projects look set to increase producers' reliance on costly crude-by-rail to bring barrels to market.

06 Oct 2017

Facing tougher regulations, TransCanada scraps $12 billion oil pipeline

CALGARY, Alberta TransCanada Corp abandoned its C$15.7 billion ($12.52 billion) cross-country Energy East pipeline on Thursday amid mounting regulatory hurdles, dealing a blow to the country's oil export ambitions.

03 Oct 2017

Synthetic climbs on concerns about reduced supply

CALGARY, Alberta Canadian synthetic crude prices strengthened on Monday, the first day of the monthly trade cycle, on market talk that a turnaround at Canadian Natural Resources Ltd's Horizon project may go on for longer than expected.

27 Sep 2017

Duvernay field holds Canada's biggest shale oil resources: regulator

CALGARY, Alberta The Duvernay field in Canada's western province of Alberta holds the country's largest marketable resources of unconventional light shale oil and condensate, according to a new report from the national energy regulator.

09 Sep 2017

Canada regulator's plan for review of Energy East pipeline under fire

CALGARY, Alberta A Canadian regulator's plan to assess indirect carbon emissions when considering TransCanada Corp's Energy East pipeline application sets a harsh precedent for future projects, the Alberta government and supporters of the pipeline said on Friday.

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