Mining payments to federal and provincial government coffers totalled an estimated $71 billion from 2003 to 2012.
Hot Money is leaving the producers—pricing in cheaper oil.
Heavy oil producers should fare better than the light ones.
"We were talking to them about the impact their policies have on the energy mix of the world."
Over the past decade, the number of disputes that have resulted in international arbitration has increased tenfold for the oil and gas sector and fourfold for the mining industry. And these conflicts will only escalate.
This is the largest corporate sponsorship in the museum's history.
When 'industry does a poor job of talking to people … bad info fills the void,' conference panellist says.
Firms have run out of room.
You may not think 'oil' when you hear 'Albania,' but the once war-torn nation is home to the largest onshore oil field in Europe.
Perhaps looking to take advantage of Buffett's loyal following, oil sands junior Strata Oil & Gas, released a statement on Thursday to spread the word about Buffett's Exxon buy.
"I have only seen this in disaster films," a rescue worker told the Xinhua news agency.
Canada's oil giant Suncor Energy has allocated $7.8 billion for capital spending in 2014.
Juniors are confident that economics will ensure that Canadian oil—the cheapest in the world—will find its way to more markets, with or without Washington's approval of Keystone XL.
Six regions account for nearly 90% of US oil production growth and 100% of domestic natural gas production growth.
"I expect a growing amount of Canadian energy exports will go to Asia."
Canada's oil sand were the subject of 130 separate protests across Canada this weekend.
Lord help you if the well is a bust.
The man allegedly removed religious banners from the workplace.
Overall exports rose 1.8% to $40 billion while imports climbed just 0.2% to $41.1 billion.
Alberta-Ontario trade is worth $44 billion annually.
Canada’s natural resources minister Joe Oliver continues to hit back against critics of the country’s oil sands.
3.6 degree increase by 2035.
One contrarian idea these days is investing in resources. This is an unloved and underowned area of the market, but there is a case to be made for owning commodities.
But not a long-term threat to the OPEC.
Commodities are and always will be a cyclical market, asserts Chris Berry of House Mountain Partners. That's why he's not sweating disappointing stock performance and flat pricing environments.
Bitumen-derived oil's discount to Brent widened to $54 as new class action suit alleges oil majors, banks and traders engage in "sham" to game the global benchmark.
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