02 December

Record low Canadian oil prices risk deteriorating significantly cash flows and key credit metrics at Canada’s oil and gas producers, rating agency DBRS said on Wednesday in the latest warning […]

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02 December

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission is investigating a series of earthquakes that one expert says were very likely caused by hydraulic fracturing, a […]

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01 December

The Alberta government on Friday trimmed its 2018-2019 budget deficit estimate, but downgraded the 2019 economic growth forecast in the Canadian province due to faltering crude oil prices. The deficit […]

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01 December

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau speaks during a Calgary Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Telus Convention Centre on Tuesday November 27, 2018. Gavin Young/Postmedia Bill Morneau isn’t getting aboard […]

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01 December

Canada’s main stock index sat slightly higher on Thursday, as oil prices reversed course to trade higher, resulting in gains in energy shares. At 11:30 a.m. ET, the Toronto Stock […]

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01 December

Demonstrators who have vowed to keep their pro-oil message front and centre gathered in downtown Edmonton on Friday morning outside the building where the federal natural resources minister was speaking […]

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01 December

Alberta’s latest economic update boasted of strong growth in the first half of 2018-19 but warned of a future slump due to the brutal oil price differential pummeling energy producers. […]

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01 December

Baker Hughes reported a 3-rig decrease for oil and gas in the United States this week. The total number of active oil and gas drilling rigs now stands at 1,076 […]

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01 December

The British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission is investigating a series of earthquakes that one expert says were very likely caused by hydraulic fracturing, a fuel extraction process also known […]

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01 December

Rachel Notley speaks during the Alberta NDP Convention in Edmonton on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018. Premier Rachel Notley handed out a carbon tax break for drillers and criticism of Ottawa’s […]

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