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first_imgZurich Insurance pulls out of Trans Mountain pipeline project FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:Insurer Zurich has decided not to renew cover for the Canadian government’s Trans Mountain oil pipeline, said a spokeswoman for the project, which is opposed by environmental campaigners and some indigenous groups.All financial services companies are under pressure from environmental campaigners to cease doing business with the fossil fuel industry.A planned expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline, which ships oil to British Columbia from Canada’s main oil-producing province of Alberta, has also drawn ire from some First Nations leaders anxious about the impact on their communities.Trans Mountain said it has the insurance it needs for its existing operations and the “expansion project”. “There remains adequate capacity in the market to meet Trans Mountain’s insurance needs and our renewal,” the spokeswoman said in an emailed statement.The Trans Mountain pipeline’s annual liability insurance contract, dated August 2019 but filed with the Canada Energy Regulator on April 30, 2020, had shown Zurich was the lead insurer for the pipeline. The insurance, which provides $508 million of cover, runs to August 2020, the filing showed.Zurich was the sole insurer for the first $8 million of potential insurance payouts and the company provided a total of $300 million in cover with other insurers, the 2019/20 energy regulatory filing showed.[Noor Zainab Hussain, Carolyn Cohn, Rod Nickel and Suzanne Barlyn]More: Zurich Insurance drops cover for Trans Mountain oil pipelinelast_img read more

first_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Comments   Share   Although Kolb had a decent stat line when it was all said and done (4-for-7 for 68 yards and a 90.2 QB rating), that doesn’t mean Wolf wasn’t concerned by certain elements of his play.“He did not seem to be seeing the field very well,” Wolf said. “That is one of the things I was concerned about. That was one of the things I wanted to see from him.”As with everyone, the preseason is about one thing for Kolb. Getting better.“It’s a situation where I want to see progress from him. The big knock against him was that he couldn’t throw the deep ball, but he threw an absolutely beautiful pass to Larry Fitzgerald. I think that’s important to build that chemistry up.”If Cardinals fans are lucky, that chemistry between the new quarterback and the team’s star wide receiver will continue to grow through the next three preseason games and into the season. If not it could be another long year in the desert.center_img Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Fans have their opinions on the how Kevin Kolb looked in his first game as an Arizona Cardinal and so does the media, but what about a former NFL player?Former Cardinal fullback and Pro Bowler Ron Wolfley weighed in with his observations on Kolb’s performance Friday morning.“Kevin Kolb in the first series looked like a guy who knew a franchise had given up an awful lot for him,” Wolf said on Doug and Wolf. “There for he did not look very good in that first series. He looked like a guy who was feeling the weight of the world on his shoulders. Once he got that first series out of the way he came back and played pretty well.”last_img read more