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Pembina Pipeline Corp(PPL-T)
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Pembina raises 2022 guidance after posting record first-quarter results
Canadian Press - Thu May 5, 5:25PM CDT
Canadian Press
Thu May 5, 5:25PM CDT
CALGARY — Pembina Pipeline Corp. is raising its 2022 guidance after posting record quarterly results due to higher natural gas and crude oil prices.
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FILE - People protest against the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline on Crater Lake Highway in Medford, Ore., on Jan. 6, 2016. The company that sought to build the natural gas pipeline and marine export terminal in Oregon pulled the plug on the controversial project Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021, after failing to obtain all necessary state permits. (Jamie Lusch/The Medford Mail Tribune via AP, File)
Controversial plan for Oregon natural gas terminal abandoned
Associated Press - Wed Dec 1, 2021
Associated Press
Wed Dec 1, 2021
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A Canadian energy company called it quits Wednesday on a controversial natural gas pipeline and marine export terminal on the southern Oregon coast after failing to obtain all necessary state permits.

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