26 September

WATCH ABOVE: As we look to diversify our economy beyond oil and gas, companies in Alberta are looking at everything from lithium mining to making carbon fibre out of bitumen, they just require some help from government to get off the ground. U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Friday that he was issuing a presidential […]

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21 September

CALGARY, ALBERTA / ACCESSWIRE / September 21, 2020 / Halo Exploration Ltd. (the “Company” or “Halo”) is pleased to announce test results from its HALO HZ MCKINLEY 5-21-65-22 (“5-21”) upper Montney well, as well as confirmation of tranche 2 funding of the Company’s $10.7 million term loan, and the Company’s preliminary plans for its Q4 […]

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19 September

From pv magazine 09/2020 Greengate Power, a Canadian company based in the energy hub of Calgary, Alberta, is the developer behind the massive 400 MW Travers project, set for construction in the province’s Vulcan County. It will utilize southern Alberta’s high levels of visible sunlight to generate power from solar PV modules on a ground-racked […]

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16 September

Premier Jason Kenney and Energy Minister Sonya Savage announce the start of the Canadian Energy Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Dec. 11, 2019 (PHOTO: Tom Ross, 660 NEWS) CALGARY (660 NEWS) – An inquiry to investigate if foreign-funded special interest groups are spreading misinformation about Alberta’s energy industry is being scrutinized for going over […]

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16 September

The Trans Mountain pipeline carries crude and refined oil from Alberta to the coast of British Columbia. With a succession of legal challenges finally in the rear-view mirror, Trans Mountain Corp. CEO Ian Anderson is feeling fairly bullish these days. He’s confident the long-awaited pipeline expansion will be completed on time, shipping 890,000 barrels of […]

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15 September

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said Tuesday, in the "real world" oil and gas will be needed for a long time. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney isn’t concerned after OPEC cut oil demand forecasts and BP said it expects oil demand to peak in the 2020s. In fact, he says BP is echoing what his government has […]

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10 September

file photo file photo The County of Wetaskiwin is fighting for more say and participation in decisions handed down by the provincial government regarding rural municipalities and proposed service and tax changes, specifically in regards to the provincial Oil and Gas Assessment Model Review. Reeve, Terry Van de Kraats and Deputy Reeve Josh Bishop say […]

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08 September

Reforming Alberta’s dated policing law, including addressing complaints and carding, is a priority for the province’s new justice minister. UCP Premier Jason Kenney named Kaycee Madu to the Justice and Solicitor General portfolio in a cabinet shuffle Aug. 25, making him the first Black person to hold the position in Canada. Madu, a 45-year-old lawyer […]

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27 August

Alberta Finance Minister Travis Toews is seen as Premier Jason Kenney gives an update on the government’s COVID-19 response including further finanical assistance for businesses and families affected by the pandemic at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton, on Monday, March 23, 2020. Alberta’s projected deficit for the 2020-21 fiscal year is now the largest in […]

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31 July

A crude oil pump during a sunset. (Pixabay.com) A plan to give Alberta’s energy industry a break on municipal property taxes could cause a dramatic loss in revenue for rural municipalities. The Province of Alberta is proposing changes to way oil and gas operations are assessed. There are four different scenarios proposed with one of […]

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