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Those two little words aptly describe the guarded sentiment in much of the Canadian energy sector today as petroleum producers prepare for second quarter results to roll out, beginning later this...
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It’s dealing with growing industry liability concerns, reports about executives’ travel, an investigation into a non profit centre it helped found, and a UCP campaign promise to turf its board. Now,...
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But Alberta’s premier is also prepared to wield a stick to crack open restrictive booze policies in other parts of the country, challenging provinces that discriminate against Alberta liquor products....
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The Canadian oilpatch has feuded for months about Alberta curbing oil output, but some of the biggest petroleum producers are coming together on a plan to get more crude flowing...
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But Bill C 48, the federal government’s new ban on oil tankers off the northern coast of British Columbia, stands in its way. The Eagle Spirit Energy Corridor Chiefs’ Council wants...
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The Alberta government’s latest annual report shows capital costs have again risen on the new $9.9 billion development, located 45 kilometres northeast of Edmonton. The refinery, which is still moving towards...
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“The first quarter was horrendous, ” Bob Geddes, president of Ensign Energy Services, the country’s largest driller, said Tuesday. “Everyone was clawing back, there was no access to capital. The first...
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Sitting at the same table, Premiers John Horgan and Jason Kenney remained deeply divided this week over the Trans Mountain oil pipeline, but still found common cause on another front....
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... development of the energy sector. Varcoe Business leaders form province wide......
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Problems keep hammering against the roof with a thud high unemployment, falling investment, pipeline woes, carbon constraints, low commodity prices, difficult federal legislation and, in the latest turn, China suspending meat...
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Seismic change is sweeping over Enmax Corp., from the very top of the city’s power utility right down to the places it wants to operate. At the company’s annual meeting...
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Finally, imagine the ownership generates $250 million a year for First Nations and Metis communities, with some of that money used to create a sovereign wealth fund capable of buying...
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However, his discussion about why the federal Liberal government is moving ahead with the Trans Mountain expansion TMX did little to disarm skepticism about Ottawa’s resolve. And his answers to...
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The Canadian oil industry issued a collective sigh of relief Tuesday after the Trudeau government , almost 10 months after it was sidetracked by a court ruling. The news was...
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Natural gas prices at Alberta’s AECO hub closed at just US21 cents per thousand cubic feet on Friday, less than a tenth the $2.38 that benchmark American gas sold for...
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Across the sector, company executives unloaded Thursday on the proposed federal Impact Assessment Act, saying it will have dire repercussions on investment and constrain future production, along with jobs. It’s...
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The fierce battle over energy politics and policy in Canada escalated Wednesday over the Trudeau government’s contentious Bill C 69. Industry groups, Alberta’s energy minister and several executives blasted the federal...
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At the , which began Tuesday in Calgary, oilpatch anticipation is growing that a positive decision will be delivered by the Trudeau government to restart the stalled project, and revive...
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A quest by small business operators like Stuart to press city council for a new relief package to buffer against soaring municipal property taxes was a startling success. But it...
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South of the border, as the Minnesota Court of Appeals said the environmental impact statement on the project is inadequate “because it does not address the potential impact of...