Canada’s largest integrated energy company has filed an application for a massive new oil sands project defying expectations of slowing growth in the oil sands.
TransCanada Corp.’s cancellation of the Energy East pipeline leaves Canadian oil producers more dependent than ever on the Keystone XL and Trans Mountain proposals, two projects facing ardent opposition in their own right.
U.S. repeal of mining anti-corruption rules will mean Canadian companies will have much tougher reporting guidelines
The repeal of a U.S. anti-corruption “resource extraction rule,” which passed Congress late last week, leaves Canadian companies with much tougher reporting rules than their American peers, putting the two countries on divergent paths.
Users of Goldmoney’s blockchain technology will be able to purchase reserved physical gold in the Mint’s Ottawa vault, in increments as small as 35 cents.
Oilsands producers are likely to face a pipeline shortage in coming years, even amid growing optimism that a major pipeline could soon receive federal approval and ease industry’s pipeline constraints.
There is speculation Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may announce relaxed terms for SOE investment during his state visit to China this week.
Robert Gannicott is remembered as one of the pioneers and champions of Canada’s diamond industry, which he helped shape for more than two decades.
Current low prices will generate a supply crunch as oil companies cut billions of dollars in spending on developing fields.
Oilsands around Fort McMurray to fly workers in and out of sites to get operations restarted quickly
Several major producers including ConocoPhillips Canada, Canadian Natural Resources, and others, may be able to resume operations faster than many would have thought, though there are logistical challenges.
Imperial Oil Ltd. has revealed plans for a new $2-billion oilsands plant at a time its competitors have cancelled or deferred new projects to survive the oil price collapse.
TransCanada halted after report of talks to buy Columbia Pipeline Group in deal worth more than $10 billion
Company only confirmed it was in talks with a “third party” about a “potential transaction.”
Zijin has been looking abroad for gold and copper acquisitions for more than a decade, but has been a very active buyer over just the past few years.
Unexpected problems at an Ontario project.
Buyers are not biting in worst market in generation.
Barrick Gold Corp is back on top as Canada’s best-performing stock and the world’s most valuable gold company
Barrick Gold Corp. has surged to become Canada’s best-performing stock as a two-month rally in the precious metal gives added lift to the company’s turnaround efforts.
Despite recent market volatility and exposure to low oil and commodity prices, the countries growth won't be affected, says the bank.
At the corrugated-iron-walled congress centre in Sept-Îles on a snowy late-November day, organizers of a chamber of commerce luncheon are turning away late arrivals.
Given that oil is down at the moment with the news out of Middle East, what would take oil to move materially to US$50 would be some supply outage coming out of this story, or a military conflict between Iranians and Saudis.
After winning about five minutes worth of approval from the environmental movement for capping greenhouse gas emissions in the oilsands, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is facing the uncomfortable task of deciding which projects get to benefit from her now-limited carbon budget.
We feel investors should be ready with a small gold equity position in case this situation develops, or suggest they do their homework so they can react quickly should the forecast Fed rate rise damage the economy.
A hard cap on oilsands emissions was the product of secret negotiations between four top oilsands companies and four environmental organizations.
U.S. President Barack Obama’s decision to reject TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL project doesn’t necessarily make Canada a more risky place for energy investment.
When Steve Parsons and his colleagues published their first report on the gold “production cliff” in early 2013, they thought the thesis was obvious, even though almost no one was talking about it.
Gold miners have managed to cut their costs significantly since prices started to freefall in 2013. And, fortunately, it appears that trend is not slowing down.
Sounding yet again like a cheerleader for opponents of Alberta’s energy industry, Notley, head of the left-leaning NDP government, reacted positively to U.S Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton’s surprise announcement that she’s opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline from Alberta to the U.S. Gulf.