30 June

Premier Jason Kenney and Finance Minister Travis Toews Alberta ended the 2020-21 fiscal year with a deficit of C$17 billion ($13.7 billion), nearly C$10 billion higher than forecast in its […]

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30 June

Alberta Finance Minister Travis Toews. Photo by Ian Kucerak, Postmedia Article content Stronger-than-expected oil prices reduced Alberta’s anticipated 2020-21 deficit to $16.9 billion, $3.2 billion lower than forecasted in February. […]

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30 June

Public cleanup of wells? Most of Alberta’s energy wells no longer hold enough oil and gas to pay for their cleanup and the public should take them over to ensure […]

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22 June

A pumpjack in a field near Longview, Alta. Each day that prices remain at their current level means roughly $10 to $15 million more in government revenue, says economist Trevor […]

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31 May

EDMONTON – There’s lots of life in Alberta’s conventional oil industry and plenty of resources and political will to clean up the mess it leaves behind, says the head of […]

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31 May

Source: Alberta Energy Regulator The head of Alberta’s energy regulator says his agency has all the tools it needs to be able to clean up the province’s massive backlog of […]

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30 May

A recent report from the University of Calgary found more than half the province’s wells no longer produce, but remain unreclaimed. The Reid family harvest their wheat crop around an […]

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29 May

A decommissioned pumpjack is shown at a well head on an oil and gas installation near Cremona, Alta., on October 29, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh EDMONTON — There’s lots […]

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27 May

University of Calgary study looks at abandoned oil well burden in Alberta The head of Alberta’s energy regulator says his agency has all the tools it needs to be able […]

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27 May

EDMONTON — The head of Alberta’s energy regulator says his agency has all the tools it needs to be able to clean up the province’s massive backlog of abandoned and […]

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