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News Article | December 14, 2016
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CALGARY, Dec. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) today announced that Jane L. Peverett has been appointed to its Board of Directors effective December 13, 2016. "We are thrilled to welcome Jane to CP's board," said Andrew F. Reardon,...


News Article | December 16, 2015
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« Audi deploys Microchip’s MOST150 technology in new Audi A4 sedan’s Virtual Cockpit | Main | LG Chem to supply Li-ion battery modules for AES Advancion energy storage; 1 GWh of capacity » Railways and pipelines are equally safe means of transporting crude oil, according to a report comparing safety data for each mode. The report—Canadian Crude Oil Transportation: Comparing the Safety of Pipelines and Railways—was published by consultant group Oliver Wyman last month, and was commissioned by the Railway Association of Canada (RAC). Prior to 2012, rail moved less than 6,000 tank cars of fuel oil and crude oil per year. Beginning in 2012, however, the amount of crude oil transported by rail began to grow. By 2014, more than 15% of Canadian crude oil (in gallon-miles) was being transported by rail. Some industry studies have examined the number of oil spill incidents involving crude oil and related products and drawn the conclusion that pipelines provide a safer alternative for moving these products. These analyses have used as their basis of comparison what is known as the “incident rate,” which is based on how many separate release incidents each mode has experienced. Using a different metric, known as the “spill rate,” which is based on the total volume of oil each mode has released, would have led these studies to the opposite conclusion: that railways provide the safer alternative. Thus, the most balanced view involves looking at these two sets of figures together, to determine what story they tell about the safety characteristics of each mode and their relative levels of risk. Rail release volumes are lower than those of pipelines because: 1) railways move less oil than pipelines overall, and 2) in any given rail incident, such as a derailment, generally only a few cars at most are involved. (Each car carries an average of 30,000 gallons of product.) The report found that between 2012 and 2014, Canadian pipelines and Class I railways together transported 252.7 billion gallons of crude oil, and 99.9997% of that was delivered safely without spillage. The paper used crude oil data for Canada’s two largest Class I railways: Canadian National Railway Company (CN) and Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (CP). These two carriers together transport more than 99% of the Canadian crude oil that is transported by rail. It also assessed the movement of dangerous goods by rail from 2004 to 2014, and concluded that railways and pipelines have equally strong safety records. Under the common carrier obligation of the Canada Transportation Act, railways in Canada are required by law to move dangerous goods, including crude oil.


News Article | December 23, 2016
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CALGARY, Dec. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) today announced that Gordon Trafton has been appointed to its Board of Directors effective January 1, 2017.  "Gordon brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the board," said Andrew F. Re...


News Article | February 16, 2017
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CALGARY, Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) announced today that it has completed the filing of its 2016 annual report on Form 10-K, including the annual audited financial statements and management's discussion and analysis, with the U.S....


News Article | December 23, 2015
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MONTREAL (Reuters) - A C$460 million ($330.46 million) settlement fund for victims of the 2013 Lac-Megantic crude-by-rail disaster will begin disbursements this week without the participation of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd, the monitor involved in the payments said on Tuesday. Forty-seven people were killed and the downtown core of the town was destroyed following the derailment of a Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd train carrying Bakken crude oil in July 2013. Parties previously named in a class action lawsuit launched after the disaster, including closely held Irving Oil, General Electric, Shell Oil Company, ConocoPhillips , Marathon Oil, have agreed to contribute to the settlement fund. Calgary-based CP, which is being sued by the Quebec government for C$409 million in Quebec Superior Court in a case related to the disaster, is not part of the fund, said a spokesman for Richter Advisory Group Inc, the Canadian monitor for the Montreal, Maine and Atlantic bankruptcy case. CP is now the only company being threatened by a separate class action. "It is the only company targeted by lawsuits that decided not to be part of the settlement fund," said Frederic Brosseau, a spokesman for Richter. The first amount of C$114 million will be transferred this week to the holders of wrongful death claims. Canadian Pacific said it is not responsible for the disaster. "It was not our train, not our track, not our locomotive and not our crew," said CP spokesman Marty Cej in an email. "We will continue to defend ourselves against any litigation." The Quebec government lawsuit alleges CP, which hauled the cars from North Dakota to Montreal, was negligent when it handed over the tank cars to the Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway, Canadian media reported when the lawsuit was filed in November.


News Article | December 13, 2016
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CALGARY, Dec. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - The Board of Directors of Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) today declared a quarterly dividend of $0.50 per share on the outstanding Common Shares. The dividend is payable on January 30, 2017 to holders of record at the close...


LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / December 19, 2016 / Active Wall St. announces the list of stocks for today's research reports. Pre-market the Active Wall St. team provides the technical coverage impacting selected stocks trading on the Toronto Exchange and belonging under the Industrials sector. Companies recently under review include Student Transportation, Data Communications Management, Aimia, and Canadian Pacific Railway. Get all of our free research reports by signing up at: http://www.activewallst.com/register/. At the close of the Canadian markets on Friday, December 16, 2016, the Toronto Exchange Composite index ended the trading session at 15,252.20, 0.22% higher from its previous closing price. The Industrials Index was in the red, closing the day at 202.77, down 0.10%. Active Wall St. has initiated research reports on the following equities: Student Transportation Inc. (TSX: STB), Data Communications Management Corporation (TSX: DCM), Aimia Inc. (TSX: AIM), and Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (TSX: CP). Register with us now for your free membership and research reports at: http://www.activewallst.com/register/. Barrie, Canada headquartered Student Transportation Inc.'s stock edged 0.13%, to finish Friday's session at $7.68 with a total volume of 156,031 shares traded. Over the last one month and the previous one year, Student Transportation's shares have gained 0.66% and 56.10%, respectively. Student Transportation's 50-day moving average of $7.68 is above its 200-day moving average of $7.27. Shares of the Company, which together with its subsidiaries, provides school bus transportation and management services to public and private schools in North America, are trading at a PE ratio of 196.92. See our research report on STB.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=STB. On Friday, shares in Brampton, Canada headquartered Data Communications Management Corp. recorded a trading volume of 57,972 shares, lower than their three months average volume of 76,057 shares. The stock ended the day 6.48% higher at $2.30. Data Communications Management's stock has gained 15.00% in the past one year. The Company is trading below its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. The stock's 200-day moving average of $2.91 is above its 50-day moving average of $2.46. Shares of the Company, which plans and executes business communications in Canada and the US, are trading at PE ratio of 1.35. The complimentary research report on DCM.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=DCM. On Friday, shares in Montreal, Canada headquartered Aimia Inc. ended the session 2.57% higher at $8.78 with a total volume of 542,320 shares traded. Aimia's shares have gained 14.77% in the last one month and 7.07% in the previous three months. Shares of the Company, which through its subsidiaries, operates as a data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company worldwide, are trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. Furthermore, the stock's 200-day moving average of $8.16 is greater than its 50-day moving average of $7.89. Register for free and access the latest research report on AIM.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=AIM. Calgary, Canada headquartered Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s stock edged 0.18% lower, to close the day at $193.73. The stock recorded a trading volume of 1.54 million shares, which was above its three months average volume of 351,757 shares. Canadian Pacific Railway's shares have gained 10.70% in the previous one year. The company's shares are trading above their 200-day moving average. Moreover, the stock's 50-day moving average of $197.41 is greater than its 200-day moving average of $189.87. Shares of the Company, which together with its subsidiaries, operates a transcontinental railway in Canada and the US, are trading at a PE ratio of 19.20. Get free access to your research report on CP.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=CP. Active Wall Street (AWS) produces regular sponsored and non-sponsored reports, articles, stock market blogs, and popular investment newsletters covering equities listed on NYSE and NASDAQ and micro-cap stocks. AWS has two distinct and independent departments. One department produces non-sponsored analyst certified content generally in the form of press releases, articles and reports covering equities listed on NYSE and NASDAQ and the other produces sponsored content (in most cases not reviewed by a registered analyst), which typically consists of compensated investment newsletters, articles and reports covering listed stocks and micro-caps. Such sponsored content is outside the scope of procedures detailed below. 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Additionally, AWS, the Author, and the Reviewer do not (1) guarantee the accuracy, timeliness, completeness or correct sequencing of the information, or (2) warrant any results from use of the information. The included information is subject to change without notice. This document is not intended as an offering, recommendation, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell the securities mentioned or discussed, and is to be used for informational purposes only. Please read all associated disclosures and disclaimers in full before investing. Neither AWS nor any party affiliated with us is a registered investment adviser or broker-dealer with any agency or in any jurisdiction whatsoever. To download our report(s), read our disclosures, or for more information, visit http://www.activewallst.com/disclaimer/. For any questions, inquiries, or comments reach out to us directly. If you're a company we are covering and wish to no longer feature on our coverage list contact us via email and/or phone between 09:30 EDT to 16:00 EDT from Monday to Friday at: CFA® and Chartered Financial Analyst® are registered trademarks owned by CFA Institute. LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / December 19, 2016 / Active Wall St. announces the list of stocks for today's research reports. Pre-market the Active Wall St. team provides the technical coverage impacting selected stocks trading on the Toronto Exchange and belonging under the Industrials sector. Companies recently under review include Student Transportation, Data Communications Management, Aimia, and Canadian Pacific Railway. Get all of our free research reports by signing up at: http://www.activewallst.com/register/. At the close of the Canadian markets on Friday, December 16, 2016, the Toronto Exchange Composite index ended the trading session at 15,252.20, 0.22% higher from its previous closing price. The Industrials Index was in the red, closing the day at 202.77, down 0.10%. Active Wall St. has initiated research reports on the following equities: Student Transportation Inc. (TSX: STB), Data Communications Management Corporation (TSX: DCM), Aimia Inc. (TSX: AIM), and Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (TSX: CP). Register with us now for your free membership and research reports at: http://www.activewallst.com/register/. Barrie, Canada headquartered Student Transportation Inc.'s stock edged 0.13%, to finish Friday's session at $7.68 with a total volume of 156,031 shares traded. Over the last one month and the previous one year, Student Transportation's shares have gained 0.66% and 56.10%, respectively. Student Transportation's 50-day moving average of $7.68 is above its 200-day moving average of $7.27. Shares of the Company, which together with its subsidiaries, provides school bus transportation and management services to public and private schools in North America, are trading at a PE ratio of 196.92. See our research report on STB.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=STB. On Friday, shares in Brampton, Canada headquartered Data Communications Management Corp. recorded a trading volume of 57,972 shares, lower than their three months average volume of 76,057 shares. The stock ended the day 6.48% higher at $2.30. Data Communications Management's stock has gained 15.00% in the past one year. The Company is trading below its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. The stock's 200-day moving average of $2.91 is above its 50-day moving average of $2.46. Shares of the Company, which plans and executes business communications in Canada and the US, are trading at PE ratio of 1.35. The complimentary research report on DCM.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=DCM. On Friday, shares in Montreal, Canada headquartered Aimia Inc. ended the session 2.57% higher at $8.78 with a total volume of 542,320 shares traded. Aimia's shares have gained 14.77% in the last one month and 7.07% in the previous three months. Shares of the Company, which through its subsidiaries, operates as a data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company worldwide, are trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. Furthermore, the stock's 200-day moving average of $8.16 is greater than its 50-day moving average of $7.89. Register for free and access the latest research report on AIM.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=AIM. Calgary, Canada headquartered Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s stock edged 0.18% lower, to close the day at $193.73. The stock recorded a trading volume of 1.54 million shares, which was above its three months average volume of 351,757 shares. Canadian Pacific Railway's shares have gained 10.70% in the previous one year. The company's shares are trading above their 200-day moving average. Moreover, the stock's 50-day moving average of $197.41 is greater than its 200-day moving average of $189.87. Shares of the Company, which together with its subsidiaries, operates a transcontinental railway in Canada and the US, are trading at a PE ratio of 19.20. Get free access to your research report on CP.TO at: http://www.activewallst.com/registration-3/?symbol=CP. Active Wall Street (AWS) produces regular sponsored and non-sponsored reports, articles, stock market blogs, and popular investment newsletters covering equities listed on NYSE and NASDAQ and micro-cap stocks. AWS has two distinct and independent departments. One department produces non-sponsored analyst certified content generally in the form of press releases, articles and reports covering equities listed on NYSE and NASDAQ and the other produces sponsored content (in most cases not reviewed by a registered analyst), which typically consists of compensated investment newsletters, articles and reports covering listed stocks and micro-caps. Such sponsored content is outside the scope of procedures detailed below. AWS has not been compensated; directly or indirectly; for producing or publishing this document. The non-sponsored content contained herein has been prepared by a writer (the "Author") and is fact checked and reviewed by a third party research service company (the "Reviewer") represented by a credentialed financial analyst, for further information on analyst credentials, please email info@activewallst.com. Rohit Tuli, a CFA® charterholder (the "Sponsor"), provides necessary guidance in preparing the document templates. The Reviewer has reviewed and revised the content, as necessary, based on publicly available information which is believed to be reliable. Content is researched, written and reviewed on a reasonable-effort basis. The Reviewer has not performed any independent investigations or forensic audits to validate the information herein. The Reviewer has only independently reviewed the information provided by the Author according to the procedures outlined by AWS. AWS is not entitled to veto or interfere in the application of such procedures by the third-party research service company to the articles, documents or reports, as the case may be. Unless otherwise noted, any content outside of this document has no association with the Author or the Reviewer in any way. AWS, the Author, and the Reviewer are not responsible for any error which may be occasioned at the time of printing of this document or any error, mistake or shortcoming. No liability is accepted whatsoever for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from the use of this document. AWS, the Author, and the Reviewer expressly disclaim any fiduciary responsibility or liability for any consequences, financial or otherwise arising from any reliance placed on the information in this document. Additionally, AWS, the Author, and the Reviewer do not (1) guarantee the accuracy, timeliness, completeness or correct sequencing of the information, or (2) warrant any results from use of the information. The included information is subject to change without notice. This document is not intended as an offering, recommendation, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell the securities mentioned or discussed, and is to be used for informational purposes only. Please read all associated disclosures and disclaimers in full before investing. 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News Article | November 12, 2015
Site: www.ogj.com

A flaw in the track caused a Canadian Pacific Railway train to derail the afternoon of Nov. 8 near Watertown, Wis., and spill a small amount of crude oil, the railroad said. The flaw was found as it conducted an investigation with the Federal Railroad Administration, it indicated.


Calgary Herald: Fossil fuels Are 'Probably Dead,' Says Canadian Pacific Railway CEO Hunter Harrison People need to get their heads around the idea that fossil fuels are “probably dead,” the CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway said Wednesday. “I’m not maybe as green as I should be, but I happen to think the climate is changing [and] they’re not going to fool me anymore,” Hunter Harrison told a J.P. Morgan transportation conference in New York. The veteran rail executive said the transition to alternative fuels will be long, but new investments in traditional energy sources will dry up because of environmental hurdles. Spanish parties representing a majority in parliament have signed an agreement to remove the controversial Royal Decree against self-consumption of solar energy within 100 days of a government being formed, according to Spain’s solar association Union Espanola Fotovoltaica (UNEF). Spain has still not formed a government despite holding general elections last year, but 227 members of parliament agreed last week to remove several damaging policies against solar self-consumption should a majority government be formed out of the signatories of the agreement. The conservative Partido Popular party, which supports the punitive policies against solar self-consumption, the so-called ‘sun tax’ on energy produced and consumed without feeding the grid, currently has just 120 seats. Yahoo Tech: The Fastest Street-Legal EV Is Now a Corvette Z06 When you think of fast electric vehicles, the Tesla Model S and its “Ludicrous Mode” probably come to mind, and rightly so. With the equivalent of 762 horsepower in the Model S P90D and a 0 to 60 mph time of just 2.8 seconds, few supercars could even match the electric sedan’s performance. But what about top speed? That’s been a tough nut to crack for electric-vehicle manufacturers, because while instant torque helps an EV rocket off the line, all that “electric juice” runs thin as the runway gets longer. That’s where Genovation Cars comes in. The EV tuner took a 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and turned it into the “Genovation eXtreme Electric,” or GXE for short. The Obama administration has made the first of its promised payments to the United Nations’ controversial climate change fund. A State Department official said that the United States made the $500 million payment on Monday to the South Korea-based Green Climate Fund. It's the first of a series of payments President Obama has pledged. Forbes: Argonne Scientist Urges Next-Generation Solar: 'We Have No Choice' Only next-generation solar technology can offset humanity’s use of fossil fuels, meet our energy needs, and do so with the urgency dictated by climate change, an Argonne National Laboratory scientist said in Chicago last night. Argonne materials scientist Seth Darling told about 50 people that next generation technologies -- like organic solar modules and perovskite solar voltaics -- just need more research and development. “If we really want to scale up solar super fast, which we’ve got to do -- the market’s growing already by something like 30 percent a year, massive growth, but that’s nowhere near enough -- it’s got to grow much faster to solve this problem in the time frame dictated by climate disruption,” Darling said in a talk at 1871, a startup incubator in Chicago’s Merchandise Mart.


The CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway, one of the largest railways on the continent, was recently quoted as saying that people need to begin realizing and accepting that fossil fuels are “probably dead” — owing to a changing climate and the environmental hurdles that are likely to be introduced in coming years to large-scale use of fossil fuels. The Canadian Pacific Railway CEO, Hunter Harrison, made the comments at a recent JP Morgan transportation conference in New York. One where he also noted: “I’m not maybe as green as I should be, but I happen to think the climate is changing; they’re not going to fool me anymore.” Harrison speculated that, while the transition to “alternative fuels” would be a long one, investments into fossil fuels would likely begin drying up due to environmental barriers. The Calgary Herald provides more: The country’s second-largest railway has seen shipments of crude drop due to declining demand brought on by the dramatic fall in oil prices. Thermal coal shipments have also waned. Harrison said the rail industry will have to adjust to a shift to alternative energy sources, just as it did in the 1990s when the US Clean Air Act wiped away 29% of the business at Illinois Central Railway that he ran at the time. Company spokesman Jeremy Barry said later that Harrison was referring to the “overwhelming trend” toward sustainable energy and the need for all segments of the economy to acknowledge the ever-changing energy landscape. “I think that it’s a challenge going forward, but rails have historically dealt with those changes really well through the years and continued to survive and make it,” Harrison continued. As conventional railway transport is far and away one of the most energy efficient means of transport and shipping, that fact isn’t surprising. Unless the canal network of the northeast makes a comeback via a New Deal–style public works project (this is never going to happen, I know), then I’m doubtful that continental railway networks will lose their (energy efficiency) dominance anytime soon. Once oil prices climb back to their previous highs (which shouldn’t take more than a few years), railway transport will once again seem to be a particularly economical choice for many. (Tip of the hat to Matthew Klippenstein for this story.)    Get CleanTechnica’s 1st (completely free) electric car report → “Electric Cars: What Early Adopters & First Followers Want.”   Come attend CleanTechnica’s 1st “Cleantech Revolution Tour” event → in Berlin, Germany, April 9–10.   Keep up to date with all the hottest cleantech news by subscribing to our (free) cleantech newsletter, or keep an eye on sector-specific news by getting our (also free) solar energy newsletter, electric vehicle newsletter, or wind energy newsletter.  

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