Canadian Rail Grinds to a Halt: Implications for Oil Markets, Plus Other Topics

Blockades have stopped big parts of Canada’s rail network. Around the same time that the protests started, Ottawa ordered trains carrying dangerous goods to cut their speed in half.  This week, we talk about the situation and implications for crude by rail from Western Canada.

We also talk about the latest on the Coronavirus and demand for oil and gas. Finally we give an update on Enbridge’s plan to drastically change the commercial terms for Canada’s largest oil export pipeline.

Check out the debate Peter Tertzakian moderated on future energy sources at the Globe conference in Vancouver this past week.

To read all the letters submitted to the Canadian Regulator with regards to Enbridge’s plan to change the commercial terms for the Mainline.

Finally, here is the ARC commentary “Coronavirus: Implications for Oil and Gas.”

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