30 January

The Alberta government is loosening the restrictions on oil production in February and March after supplies dropped far quicker than expected. The Notley government has announced it will be increasing […]

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30 January

Black Diamond Group wins contract to build LNG Canada work camps Canadian oil sector may not see any benefit from Venezuela troubl… Fort McMurray, the remote Canadian town largely built […]

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30 January

EDMONTON – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the province is easing mandatory oil production cuts as the value of oil increases. Last month, the province ordered production of raw crude […]

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30 January

As international prices inched up in the aftermath of Washington’s latest sanctions against Venezuela, the Energy Information Administration reported a build in crude oil inventories for the week to January […]

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30 January

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Husky is resuming oil production work off Newfoundland, two months after operations were suspended following a spill of about 250,000 litres. The Canada-Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board […]

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30 January

The Canadian dollar strengthened against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday as stocks and oil prices rose ahead of a Federal Reserve interest rate decision, with the currency on track to […]

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30 January

It was an utterly remarkable comment made by one of the NHL’s biggest superstars. Not to mention a shocking indictment of the entire Edmonton Oilers organization, top to bottom. Peter […]

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30 January

PSAC CEO Gary Mar. Image: Dave Cournoyer/Flickr CALGARY — The Petroleum Services Association of Canada is cutting 1,000 wells from its 2019 drilling forecast due to what it calls deteriorating […]

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30 January

Image: Burnaby Now The British Columbia government says it will inspect the site of a planned natural gas pipeline southwest of Houston following allegations that the company building the project […]

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30 January

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley. Image: Government of Alberta The sugar high from Alberta’s crude curtailment program may be wearing off. While the program has sent heavy Canadian crude prices surging […]

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