30 November

Dear Premier Notley, I publish the BOE Report and founded this oil and gas daily in 2012. Through the years we have had a front row seat to the many […]

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30 November

EDMONTON—Opposition leader Jason Kenney is calling for the provincial government to enforce a 10 per cent production curtailment in Alberta to deal with the ongoing oil price differential. The United […]

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30 November

TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index rose slightly Thursday a day after posting its largest gain in nearly three years as the key energy sector benefited from higher crude oil […]

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30 November

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said Alberta will to buy as many as 7,000 railcars to meet its goal of shipping an additional 120,000 barrels of oil a day. (THE CANADIAN […]

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30 November

The Government of Alberta has been forced into buying more oil trains to move crude from the province, the Calgary Sun reports, quoting Premier Rachel Notley as describing the situation […]

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30 November

Another week and oil prices are once again on the minds of many in the industry. With WTI settling in around $50 and Brent near $60, the question for many […]

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30 November

Yesterday was an interesting day in that both the NDP and the UCP came out with speaking points as it relates to the current differential crisis in Alberta. Premier Notley […]

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30 November

TORONTO – Alberta needs to buy as many as 7,000 rail cars if it wants to meet its goal of shipping an additional 120,000 barrels of oil a day, says […]

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30 November

Seven Generations Energy Drilling Site Depressed Canadian oil prices are forcing energy companies to use their shares as a currency to fund acquisitions, but investors have been hard to win […]

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30 November

Saskatchewan’s deficit projection is now $348.3 million, down from $365 million in the spring budget. The Saskatchewan government’s plan to return to a balanced budget remains on track, despite some […]

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