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Nine years after TransCanada Corporation first proposed Keystone XL, the United States State Department has signed and issued a presidential permit that will allow construction of the US$8 billion project.
Canada’s oil and gas companies—including small producers—have a bright future as long as they adapt to change and emphasize the positive, says energy economist Peter Tertzakian.
B.C. collected $61.23 million in bonus bids for its 2016/2017 fiscal year, a strong rebound after a record low $15.93 million for 2015/2016.
B.C. collected $61.23 million in bonus bids for its 2016/2017 fiscal year (ends on March 31, 2017), a strong rebound after a record low $15.93 million for 2015/2016. This fiscal year, the January sale of $39.62 million fueled most of the resurgence.
While the province is pleased with $30 million in federal funding, which is expected to go toward the remediation of orphan wells, Alberta Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd said her government is concerned about federal tax changes affecting oil…
New technology being developed by SAGD operators could effectively eliminate CO2 emissions from the steam generation process, the largest source of greenhouse gas releases from in situ bitumen production.
An exciting future filled with revolutionary technologies may await the oilsands sector, but there are innovation steps that must occur in the interim for the resource to reach its full potential, heard an oilsands conference.
As it continues to open its vast oil and gas resources to foreign development, the government of Mexico is telling Canadian E&P companies in particular to check out the country’s unconventional plays, including its largely-untapped, onshore oil …
Enbridge Inc. says that about 10 cubic metres (about 63 bbls) of synthetic crude oil was released earlier this week from a tank valve at its Edmonton Terminal in Strathcona.
Drillers picked up the pace of laying down rigs this week, as spring breakup moves across the basin.
Industry Related News - Mondaq
March 24th
On March 22, 2017 the Minister of Finance introduced Canada's 2017 Federal Budget (2017 Budget). Despite persistent rumours, no change was proposed to the capital gains inclusion rate.
March 24th
Another federal budget has come and gone. If you blinked you might've missed it! Compared to last year's changes to the small business deduction eligibility, among others
March 23rd
On March 7, 2017, the emission measurement and reporting sections of the N.L. Management of Greenhouse Gas Act, and the Management of Greenhouse Gas Reporting Regulations made under it, took effect.
March 23rd
On March 22, 2017, the federal Liberal government released their 2nd budget. For those of you who are not inclined to read the detail and commentary below, an executive summary follows.
March 23rd
Every decade the government of Ontario freezes or cuts electricity prices because the costs of an ambitious energy policy prove to be politically unacceptable.
March 23rd
•February 13, 2017 – Alberta celebrated the 70th anniversary of the discovery of oil at Leduc #1, which is considered by many to be the start of the modern oil and gas industry in the province.
March 23rd
The province has seen two consecutive years of recessions as a result of the low price of oil.
March 23rd
The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance (the Minister), tabled the Liberal government's second budget on March 22, 2017 (Budget 2017).
March 23rd
The Honourable William Morneau, Minister of Finance, tabled the Government's 2017 Federal Budget on March 22, 2017.
March 23rd
The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, today tabled his second budget – "Building a Strong Middle Class" with a projected deficit of $28.5 billion.

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