Shipping oil by rail used to be the answer to tight pipeline capacity and cheap Canadian crude, Schaeffer writes, but the question now is: Has that train left the station?
Canada's envoy to Tehran at the time of the Islamic revolution and the US hostage crisis, says Argo disappointed him and that he's worried about where Iran's nuclear program might lead.
It's time to start thinking about fresh veggies and salads again. Use a madoline or a julienne peeler to make noodles out of carrots and cucumbers, and then dress them up with all kinds of toppings.
BP's largest new oil project in the Gulf, called Mad Dog Phase 2, sits atop a 4 billion barrel oil field. BP blames 'market conditions and industry inflation' for delay.
To coincide with Earth Day and Earth Week, charging station network ChargePoint is giving away free charging cards for simply filling in a form.
Canadian police thwarted a terrorist attack on a US-Canada train by two men directed by Al Qaeda in Iran. Yes, Al Qaeda in Iran, say police.