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Alberta eyes private producers as option to move crude

Shifting Alberta's shipments of crude-by-rail to private producers, is an option that Cenovus Energy Inc. CEO Alex Pourbaix said Alberta Premier-Elect Jason Kenney may be able to consider, instead of scrapping the plan altogether.

Canada's UCP Leader Jason Kenney vows to fight harder for energy industry as conservatives reconquer Alberta

Alberta has made a made a conservative move by electing Kenney premier after he vowed to fight harder for the Canadian province’s beleaguered energy industry.

Canadian oil-sands fate rests on conservative's plan

Jason Kenney has had it with the passive approach to fighting for Canada’s energy sector.

Trump paves way for U.S. energy infrastructure development

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed two Executive Orders to streamline Federal processes surrounding energy infrastructure development. First, the President signed an Executive Order (EO) to address regional and local energy supply constraints, and to promote an efficient energy market.

Donald Trump's executive action speeds critical energy infrastructure

Toby Mack, president and CEO of the Energy Equipment & Infrastructure Alliance (EEIA), has praised President Trump for signing executive orders to support development of critically-needed energy infrastructure.

Saturn Oil & Gas Inc. exceeds 1,400 bopd, 300% increase from 2018

Saturn Oil & Gas Inc. is pleased to announce finishing successfully the drilling, completion, equip and tie-in of its nine (9) wells in first-quarter 2019.

Trump's Keystone XL pipeline permit back in court as indigenous group files complaint

President Donald Trump's permit to restart TransCanada Corp.'s halted Keystone XL pipeline receives backlash from conservation groups who urged a Montana federal court to toss out the new permit.

Canadian Wildcatters see boost from oil cuts

Local wildcatters that pump light crude far from the giant oil-sands mines of northern Alberta are getting a big price boost from the curtailments announced at the start of December, without the headaches.

Trump issues new permit for Keystone XL pipeline circumventing court order

The move aims to undercut legal challenges to the $8 billion project, including a November ruling by a Montana-based district judge that faulted the State Department’s previous environmental analysis, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Keystone XL project critical to safely delivering energy to U.S.

The American Petroleum Institute issued a statement in support of President Trump’s issuance of a new Presidential permit for Keystone XL (KXL).

Airswift has named V.P., director in North America expansion

Airswift, the global workforce solutions provider for the energy, process and infrastructure sectors, is demonstrating significant strategic growth across North America with new hires and senior promotions.

Alberta sees OPEC pricing go from too cheap to too pricey

Trying to fix the crude market has been hard enough for OPEC. Alberta’s go at it is proving a bigger challenge than the oil-rich Canadian province anticipated.

MCEDD 2019 paves the way to realizing a future of increasing demand

Emily Querubin, World Oil

Gulf Quest LLC, a Gulf Energy Information and Quest Offshore JV, is hosting this year’s 16th annual Marine, Construction & Engineering Deepwater Development (MCEDD) conference on April 2–4, at London’s Novotel London West hotel. Once again, attendees can expect to hear about the latest advances in the engineering, development and production of oil and gas in deepwater and ultra-deepwater fields around the globe.

ExxonMobil delays $1.9 billion Canada project amid oil-sands woes

ExxonMobil Corp. is delaying a C$2.6 billion ($1.9 billion) oil-sands project in Canada by at least a year as the nation’s energy industry grapples with a shortage of pipeline space and government-mandated production cuts.

Canadian oil sands' new growth stymied by pipeline delays

Oil sands producers including MEG Energy Corp. and Imperial Oil Ltd. are reconsidering oil sands expansions as new export pipelines are delayed and the provincial government limits production.

LNG Canada CEO sees no scenario that would stop its project

The head of LNG Canada said he does “not see a single scenario” that would stop the nation’s largest infrastructure project from getting built, dispelling concerns that the $30 billion gas export facility is at risk of mounting opposition from pipeline foes.

Drillers in fledgling Alberta play shrug off glut

Drillers are moving ahead in a corner of Canada’s oil sands that saw a flurry of land grabs in recent years, unfazed by a glut of crude that depressed prices last year and the mandatory production cuts that followed.

Crescent Point takes $2 billion write-down amid oil swings

Crescent Point Energy wrote-down the value of its assets by $2 billion to account for higher financing costs amid volatile crude prices.

Oil driller weighs sale after Canadian crude collapse

Pengrowth Energy Corp. is considering selling itself as the driller moves to lighten its debt load following a collapse in Canadian oil prices that pummeled the nation’s energy industry.

Canadian oil industry takes fresh hit with key pipeline delayed

Canada’s already beaten-down oil industry is facing a fresh setback as regulatory issues bog down another key pipeline project.