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CTV News
ConocoPhillips Canada plans to cut upwards of 300 staff, mostly in CalgaryThursday, AltaGas confirmed it had laid off 70 staff after shelving or selling
ConocoPhillips Canada plans to cut upwards of 300 staff, mostly in Calgary
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
Thursday, AltaGas confirmed it had laid off 70 staff after shelving or selling some natural gas projects. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers estimates at least 44,000 direct jobs have been lost in the oil and gas industry... Read more
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Cold Lake Sun
New oilsands advisory group sparks concernby Tzeporah Berman, an environmentalist who once compared the oilsands to the f
New oilsands advisory group sparks concern
Cold Lake Sun / Posted 5 days ago
by Tzeporah Berman, an environmentalist who once compared the oilsands to the fictional wasteland of Mordor, former Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers and Shell Canada president Dave Collyer and former federal NDP candidate Melody... Read more
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The Tyee
Ottawa Approves Controversial Chemical for Ocean Oil Spillsmore biologically available. The last thing you want is for oil to accumulate i
Ottawa Approves Controversial Chemical for Ocean Oil Spills
The Tyee / Posted 6 days ago
more biologically available. The last thing you want is for oil to accumulate in the gills of a lobster.” In 2013, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers submitted a report to the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alberta panel to study ways to cut oil sands emissionscampaigner formerly with Greenpeace and ForestEthics. The other co-chairs are
Alberta panel to study ways to cut oil sands emissions
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
campaigner formerly with Greenpeace and ForestEthics. The other co-chairs are Dave Collyer, former president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, and Melody Lepine, director of government and industry relations for the Mikisew... Read more
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CBC.ca
Industry, Indigenous and environmental leaders chair new oilsands advisory groupagencies and Indigenous communities. The OSAG will be led by three co-chairs:
Industry, Indigenous and environmental leaders chair new oilsands advisory group
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
agencies and Indigenous communities. The OSAG will be led by three co-chairs: Dave Collyer, a former president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers; Tzeporah Berman, a professor of environmental studies at York University; and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Finance Department memo says no new oil pipeline needed 'until at least 2025'to be made," the Alberta premier said last Friday. "We just can't dither on th
Finance Department memo says no new oil pipeline needed 'until at least 2025'
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 days ago
to be made," the Alberta premier said last Friday. "We just can't dither on this for a lot longer." Late last month, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers issued its long-term outlook with an estimate that Canada will produce 4.9... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alberta to cut royalty rates in effort to squeeze out more oil, gas productionthe programs, companies would pay reduced royalty rates on those projects for a
Alberta to cut royalty rates in effort to squeeze out more oil, gas production
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
the programs, companies would pay reduced royalty rates on those projects for a longer period. CEO Tim McMillan of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says the new royalty system recognizes the higher risks and greater costs of... Read more
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CBC.ca
Pinning down a number on oilpatch layoffsoil and gas, but employment in mining, forestry, and fishing have largely been
Pinning down a number on oilpatch layoffs
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
oil and gas, but employment in mining, forestry, and fishing have largely been stable in recent months. Then there is the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, which estimates that 44,000 jobs were lost since the downturn began. On the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
First Nations territory ‘wiped out’ by industry development, chief saysplace. “We’re not against development. We want to be part of that plan. We wan
First Nations territory ‘wiped out’ by industry development, chief says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
place. “We’re not against development. We want to be part of that plan. We want to be part of the solution,” he said. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers declined immediate comment, saying the matter is best dealt with by gove... Read more
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The Star
Oil price higher in choppy trade ahead of Brexit voteto global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is cur
Oil price higher in choppy trade ahead of Brexit vote
The Star / Posted a month ago
to global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is currently expecting." In oil market news, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers cut its 2030 Canadian oil output forecast by 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 4.9... Read more
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The Economic Times
Oil ends higher in choppy trade ahead of Britain's EU voteto global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is cur
Oil ends higher in choppy trade ahead of Britain's EU vote
The Economic Times / Posted a month ago
to global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is currently expecting." In oil market news, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers cut its 2030 Canadian oil output forecast by 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 4.9... Read more
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FOX Business
Oil up in Choppy Trade Ahead of Britain's EU Voteto global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is cur
Oil up in Choppy Trade Ahead of Britain's EU Vote
FOX Business / Posted a month ago
to global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is currently expecting." In oil market news, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers cut its 2030 Canadian oil output forecast by 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 4.9... Read more
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FOX Business
Oil up in Choppy Trade Ahead of Britain's EU Voteto global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is cur
Oil up in Choppy Trade Ahead of Britain's EU Vote
FOX Business / Posted a month ago
to global risk asset market values as this is not the outcome the market is currently expecting." In oil market news, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers cut its 2030 Canadian oil output forecast by 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 4.9... Read more
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CTV News
Crude price crash: Oilpatch observers add up losses, two years ina net negative impact despite some of the positive attributes of non-energy sec
Crude price crash: Oilpatch observers add up losses, two years in
CTV News / Posted a month ago
a net negative impact despite some of the positive attributes of non-energy sectors," she said. Tim McMillan, CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, said prices may eventually recover but the Canadian oilpatch won't go back to... Read more
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CTV News
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers lowers 2030 output estimateCALGARY - Canada's oil producers have lowered their long-term production estima
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers lowers 2030 output estimate
CTV News / Posted a month ago
CALGARY - Canada's oil producers have lowered their long-term production estimates. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says it now estimates total volume of Canadian oil by 2030 will be 4.9 million barrels per day. That's 400,000... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Adding up Alberta's losses as oil price crash nears second anniversarya net negative impact despite some of the positive attributes of non-energy sec
Adding up Alberta's losses as oil price crash nears second anniversary
Calgary Sun / Posted a month ago
a net negative impact despite some of the positive attributes of non-energy sectors," she said. Tim McMillan, CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, said prices may eventually recover but the Canadian oilpatch won't go back to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Oil sands output seen growing, need for new pipelines ‘urgent’: industry groupper day between now and 2030 despite the depressed prices, and will require gre
Oil sands output seen growing, need for new pipelines ‘urgent’: industry group
The Globe and Mail / Posted a month ago
per day between now and 2030 despite the depressed prices, and will require greater pipeline capacity to reach markets, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers said Thursday. Basing its forecast on a survey of producers, CAPP expects the... Read more

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