28 November

Alberta’s oil-dominated economy is used to boom-and-bust cycles, but as global demand for oil is once again rising higher energy revenues are not translating into a sustained economic boom for […]

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28 November

/NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO U.S. NEWS WIRE SERVICES OR DISSEMINATION IN THE U.S./ CALGARY, AB, Nov. 28, 2022 /CNW/ – Source Rock Royalties Ltd. ("Source Rock") (TSXV: SRR ) (TSXV: […]

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28 November

The Saskatchewan government has identified nearly 4,500 contaminated sites, spread out across the Saskatchewan landscape. Of those, at least 220 are contaminated from fertilizer operations formerly or currently operated by […]

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22 November

An oilsands upgrader uses steam and natural gas (its primary component is methane) to produce the hydrogen needed to upgrade bitumen. Methane generated from human activity is responsible for about […]

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16 November

Survey finds Canadians divided on Ottawa’s plan to admit more immigrants. Steve Clark, Ontario’s Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, speaks to journalists at the Queens Park Legislature, in Toronto […]

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15 November

Burning natural gas through flaring is bad, but not as bad as venting, since methane is worse than CO2 from a global warming perspective. Canada will adopt aggressive methane reduction […]

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15 November

Burning natural gas through flaring is bad, but not as bad as venting, since methane is worse than CO2 from a global warming perspective. | Rex Wholster, iStock-Getty Images Canada […]

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14 November

Burning natural gas through flaring is bad, but not as bad as venting, since methane is worse than CO2 from a global warming perspective. | Rex Wholster, iStock-Getty Images Canada […]

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12 November

Manuel Augusto Moreno/Moment/Getty Images The three main oil producing provinces lead the average annual wage in Canada, according to a Statistics Canada survey. Albertans lead with an average wage of […]

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11 November

Canada averaged 212 active drilling rigs this week according to data from the Canadian Association of Energy Contractors. Of those rigs, 29% are drilling for natural gas, 59% are drilling […]

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