Industry leaders now appear to be positive that growth can be achieved after several difficult years.
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Social desirability is important enough for consumers to ignore that battery-powered technology is currently more expensive than internal combustion engines.
This is the largest new LNG project of its kind in years.
CFSW LNG Constructors – a consortium of four major engineering and construction firms and the lead contractor for LNG Canada – has cancelled the bidding process for the project.
Royal Dutch Shell, a long-time advocate of pricing carbon, says the strategy needs to be maintained regardless of what happens south of the border.
The primary goal is to pick a diluent that would yield you the highest concentrations of copper from your process, because that’s the actual final outcome that the mine is going for.
When you start to think that one injector can over-lubricate by $50,000 a year and when you’ve got—on some machines—200 injectors, some of those savings can be huge.
A hard cap on oilsands emissions was the product of secret negotiations between four top oilsands companies and four environmental organizations.
Some of the world's top oil producers have decided to abandon coal and focus instead on ramping up production and trading of liquified natural gas as a cleaner fossil fuel alternative.
Energy regulator says it holds as much as 200 billion barrels of shale oil reserves, comparable to North Dakota’s thriving Bakken field.
Shell Canada told employees last week it will cut up to 10 per cent of 3,000 jobs at the Athabasca Oil Sands Project mining operations it manages north of Fort McMurray in an effort to improve efficiency.
Ukraine has two major shale gas production deals with Chevron and Shell.
Total price tag at $18.82 billion.
The Wood Buffalo Environmental Association has barely enough to keep running until the end of January.
While the US interior department has launched a review of Shell’s whole Arctic oil drilling programme, mining projects look promising.
"Let’s be clear – by choosing to offer Shell a $1.7 billion dollar tax break while proposing to cut nearly $900 million to public education, the governor is choosing winners and losers," says George Jugovic Jr., president and CEO of PennFuture.