30 December

Albertans don’t need many reminders of what became the most important business story of 2022. It confronts them every time they go to the pumps, stroll through a grocery store […]

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19 December

Oil and gas producers were in dire straits in the spring of 2020. Oil prices plummeted as hundreds of millions of people around the world stayed home, reducing demand for […]

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15 December

Summary Canadian producers are vulnerable to two foreseeable threats: declining global demand for oil and falling oil prices. Almost all Canadian exports go to U.S. refineries. This reliance on captive […]

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25 November

Record-high oil and gas prices continue to bolster Alberta’s books, with the province forecasting a $12.3-billion surplus for 2022-2023 in its midyear fiscal update, released Thursday. The surplus is almost […]

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31 October

Canadian oil sands producers riding high on oil prices this year are poised to unveil another profitable quarter while massive carbon capture plans are batted about with the government. Canada’s […]

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20 October

Keystone construction file photo Source: Jason Kenney/Twitter TC Energy Corp. could sell billions of dollars of assets to help fund projects in Mexico and Western Canada and may even seek […]

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19 October

Keystone construction file photo Source: Jason Kenney/Twitter TC Energy Corp. could sell billions of dollars of assets to help fund projects in Mexico and Western Canada and may even seek […]

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12 October

Danielle Smith takes the stage after the UCP announces she will be the party’s new leader on Oct. 6, 2022. When Danielle Smith was sworn in as Alberta’s 19 th […]

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21 September

An oil pumpjack near Longview, Alberta. Photographer: James MacDonald/Bloomberg Canada’s top oil-producing province is set to reap a $10 billion windfall from rising crude prices. Alberta, the western province that’s […]

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16 September

An oil drilling rig operates in a field near Cremona, Alta., on July 12, 2021. (The Canadian Press/Jeff McIntosh) Alberta and Saskatchewan have secured a regulatory exemption from Ottawa that […]

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