February 10, 2022
Black & Veatch performed the pre-FEED study and now proceeds with full FEED to deliver the proposed Cedar LNG Project that will produce low carbon, cost-effective LNG for the global market.
February 08, 2022
Canadian light oil producer Crescent Point Energy Corp. is looking to sell a package of lands in Alberta and Saskatchewan that was recently producing 11,154 barrels of oil equivalent per day.
January 13, 2022
Canada will face challenges in retaining its status as a global oil and gas power in a world transitioning toward net zero carbon emissions by mid-century, the International Energy Agency said.
Although there are some hopeful signs that a recovery may be on the way for Canada’s oil patch, the ongoing global pandemic, misguided politicians, and skittish markets have left producers wary and risk-averse.
January 15, 2021
Efforts by Canada’s government to hire a firm to do a financial analysis of its Trans Mountain pipeline and a facilitator to help indigenous communities have rankled at least one group in British Columbia.
September 25, 2019
A Canadian federal court on Tuesday blocked an Alberta law that would have allowed the oil-producing province to cut or reduce fossil fuel shipments to its neighbor amid a dispute over the planned expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
A year ago, things appeared to be looking up for Canada’s oil patch, but that proved unfounded. In early 2019, more uncertainty and pessimism are in the air, and little on the horizon provides hope for improvement.
The winter drilling season in the diverse shale plays scattered throughout the western Canada sedimentary basin (WCSB), is shaping up to be the busiest in three years.
Amid increasing political uncertainty and a stagnant unemployment rate, Canadian operators are still fighting to regain E&P stability and drive pipeline projects forward.
May 15, 2017
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) has announced that the association is disappointed with the Government of Canada’s introduction of Bill C-48, the proposed Oil Tanker Moratorium, designed to establish a moratorium on tanker traffic carrying crude oil and other petroleum products along British Columbia’s North Coast.
May 12, 2017
Days after a tight election made the Green Party a power-broker in Canada’s westernmost province, Justin Trudeau’s government is introducing a bill to ban crude oil tankers from using ports along the northern coast of British Columbia.
May 08, 2017
British Columbia Premier Christy Clark’s push to expand oil pipelines and develop a liquefied natural gas industry on Canada’s Pacific Coast is at risk as she faces a tight election battle Tuesday with a rival who vows to turn back the clock on energy projects.
February 16, 2017
The Province of British Columbia and the Metlakatla First Nation have reached new agreements to ensure benefits accrue as a result of the construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export industry in the Prince Rupert area on the country’s west coast.