CHART: China fears see hedge funds enter unprecedented bearish position on major commodities including crude oil, gasoline, gold, copper, corn and wheat.
Although the strategy will completely phase out coal emissions in Alberta by 2030, the timeframe provides power operators the opportunity to transition away from coal toward renewable fuel sources.
Burnaby's bylaw battle against the Trans Mountain pipeline has been shut down by a B.C. Supreme Court judge who has declared that the National Energy Board rules take precedence over the city's.
There is a steady stream of stories on the potential benefits liquefied natural gas will bring to the Peace Region.
The measures to address climate change include a carbon tax aimed at individual Albertans, phasing out coal-powered power plants, reducing methane emissions and placing a cap on emissions from the oilsands.
Unless demand picks up or more miners cut output, prices for raw materials are set to stay low for years, or worse, continue to drop, the investment bank predicts.
A miserable $400 million down from a high of $4.6 billion in 2012.
Canada's dominant oil sands player, however, plans to spend about $900 million more next year.
“It’s very important to think about designing a carbon price system that takes seriously the competitiveness challenges,” said Chris Ragan, chair of the commission.
Russia sends 70 percent of its oil to Europe, but Saudi Arabia has been making inroads in the European market amid the oil price downturn.
Days after the U.S. spurned TransCanada Corp.’s proposal to expand its Keystone pipeline network across North America, Mexico opened its arms.
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Suncor, Canada's dominant oil sands player, telling COS shareholders the firm has a record of “underperformance, financial challenges,” and vulnerability to low oil prices.
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The gloomy outlook comes as the International Energy Agency predicts crude oil won't reach $80 a barrel until at least the end of the decade.
Drilling oil and gas wells requires a lot of money. For companies that have seen their revenues vanish because of collapsing oil prices, access to credit is obviously critically important.
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.
The decision, confirmed this morning, puts an end to a seven-year saga that became one of the biggest environmental flashpoints of Obama's presidency.
Suncor steeped up its hostile Cdn$4.3bn bid for COS by asking the Alberta Securities Commission to strike down the target’s rights plan to prevent a takeover.
One casualty of the oil price downturn could be the megaproject.
The company, Canada’s largest pipeline operator, reported a loss in the third quarter driven by both delays in completing its Line 9 project and one-time charges.
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If accepted, the request would keep alive the possibility that Keystone could go ahead after next year’s presidential election in the U.S.
The loss prompted the oil giant to shelve and write off a new oil sands project in Alberta and an oil exploration project in Alaska.
In 2011, during the peak of the so-called “mining boom”, the sector was worth nearly US$2.5 trillion.
The decision to scrap the Carmon Creek project, said the company, was partially due to a lack of pipelines to coastal waters.
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