The SEC said a rule requiring energy and mining companies to disclose payments to governments for the extraction of natural resources won't come until —at least— spring 2016.
Two oil towns that have defined Alberta’s resource – and real estate – boom now show how fast the bloom can fade.
The main point of contention is the fact that mining companies believe that once they reached a 26% black ownership, they effectively complied, no matter where the percentage is at now.
Vale's Murilo Ferreira has been nominated as Petrobras' next board chairman, while the company still scrambles to deal with the fallout from a vast corruption scandal.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) probe centres on the alleged mishandling of claims of natural gas pipeline violations at TransCanada by engineers working for the energy regulator (NEB).
The first two months of 2015 failed miserably to dispel gloomy market conditions affecting the global mining industry, according to a study published Wednesday.
Texas is famous the world over for two things on a massive scale: oil and droughts. Now the slick but dry state is becoming famous for water: that precious element that both resolves the drought problem and also makes it possible to pump more oil out of the ground.
It is estimated that for every penny gas goes down, consumers collectively save $1 billion.
RBC Economics is forecasting that the Saskatchewan economy will grow in 2015, even in the face of dropping oil prices.
Predicting and diagnosing the trajectory of oil prices has become something of a cottage industry in the past year.
In this interview with The Mining Report, he shares his secret for finding companies that can create value despite challenging market conditions, and he reveals where he is putting his money today.
During the lunch session at the Subscriber Summit, we invited Mr. Gabel for an interview. Energy and Gold wanted to share some of Mr. Gabel’s oilpatch expertise and outlook with readers.
Steve Palmer of AlphaNorth Asset Management has made a career of spotting companies loaded with value, and he tells The Energy Report not only what he looks for, but also where he has found it.
The planned optimization include the Athabasca Twin and the Wood Buffalo extension projects.
Canada’s largest heavy oil and natural gas producer, plans to either spin off or sell its royalty land business this year once energy prices have stabilized.
Those claiming that oil will continue to fall from here and remain low for evermore, however, are flying in the face of both history and common sense.
The country wants investors back and has vowed to reduce the time it takes to process permits to less than two months.
Brian Bagnell of Macquarie Capital Markets has two caveats for investors in junior oil and gas companies: Expect extreme volatility, and don't expect oil prices above $70/barrel anytime soon.
If you have been following the price of oil over the last few months, the chances are you're a little confused. On the one hand you have the likes of A. Gary Shilling who, in this Bloomberg article, loudly trumpets …
Current operational costs for producers have reached $37 to $40 per barrel. Benchmark U.S. crude, meanwhile, is trading at around $50 a barrel.
Canada's J.D. Irving Ltd. hopes to build a massive open-pit copper and gold mine at the state's Bald Mountain.
In 2008, Canadian economist Jeff Rubin stunned the oil market with a bold prediction: With the world economy growing at 5 percent a year, oil demand would grow with it, outpacing supply, thus lifting the oil price from $147 to over $200 a barrel.
In this interview with The Gold Report, Nagle selects some promising precious metals stories, along with his two top picks in the base metals space.
The company has filed for creditor protection and faces possible bankruptcy.
Oil companies in Canada, the world’s fifth-largest crude producer, are not showing any signs of cutting down output, despite fuel prices more than halving in the past six months.
It may be difficult to look beyond the current pricing environment for oil, but the depletion of low-cost reserves and the increasing inability to find major new discoveries ensures a future of expensive oil.
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