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Fort McMurray Today
CAPP urges quick completion of royalty reviewAfter nearly a year of volatile oil prices, the president of Canada’s main oil
CAPP urges quick completion of royalty review
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 16 hours ago
After nearly a year of volatile oil prices, the president of Canada’s main oil lobbying group is urging the Alberta government to complete the royalty review as quickly as possible to bring stability to the market. During a Tuesday morning... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
No changes to Alberta royalty rates before 2017Regardless of the outcome to Alberta’s royalty review, there will be no changes
No changes to Alberta royalty rates before 2017
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 4 days ago
Regardless of the outcome to Alberta’s royalty review, there will be no changes to the current structure until the start of 2017, offering some certainty to Alberta’s oil industry, which just went through it’s worst month in six years. On Friday,... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
CAPP weighs in on oil and gas industryCanadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) manager of Exploration and P
CAPP weighs in on oil and gas industry
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) manager of Exploration and Production Communications and Engagement Chris Montgomery made a stop in the Swan City on Wednesday to talk oil and gas with local media and the Swan City Rotary... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Fracking-induced quakes in B.C. are among largest on recordAt least two earthquakes in British Columbia over the past year – including one
Fracking-induced quakes in B.C. are among largest on record
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
At least two earthquakes in British Columbia over the past year – including one last week – are among the largest ever caused by natural gas fracking in North America and were both strong enough to force temporary shutdowns of operations. But while... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
With Oil At Six-Year Low, Crude Exporters, Firms DownsizeBy Ejiofor Alike and Chineme Okafor with Agency Report Other than Nigeria's pl
With Oil At Six-Year Low, Crude Exporters, Firms Downsize
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
By Ejiofor Alike and Chineme Okafor with Agency Report Other than Nigeria's plummeting finances, oil companies in the country's oil and gas sector, as is the case with oil producers worldwide, have been forced to scale down on investments, slash... Read more
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The Washington Times
KENNETH GREEN, TAYLOR JACKSON: Blocking Keystone pipeline makes oil accidents more likelyDebates over oil pipelines seem to be never-ending. The quintessential example
KENNETH GREEN, TAYLOR JACKSON: Blocking Keystone pipeline makes oil accidents more likely
The Washington Times / Posted 14 days ago
Debates over oil pipelines seem to be never-ending. The quintessential example being that of the Keystone XL pipeline, which has languished in regulatory limbo for more than 2,500 days. It appears that this saga may be coming to an end in the next... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Commodity currency collapse prolongs agony for oil bullsA 60 per cent decline in US dollar prices since June 2014 hasn't curbed US prod
Commodity currency collapse prolongs agony for oil bulls
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
A 60 per cent decline in US dollar prices since June 2014 hasn't curbed US production, which is near the highest level in four decades. Photo: Reuters Crude bulls, stung by the worst July on record, should expect further pain as slumping commodity... Read more
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The Age
Commodity currency collapse prolongs agony for oil bullsA 60 per cent decline in US dollar prices since June 2014 hasn't curbed US prod
Commodity currency collapse prolongs agony for oil bulls
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
A 60 per cent decline in US dollar prices since June 2014 hasn't curbed US production, which is near the highest level in four decades. Photo: Reuters Crude bulls, stung by the worst July on record, should expect further pain as slumping commodity... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Commodity currency collapse prolongs agony for oil bullsA 60 per cent decline in US dollar prices since June 2014 hasn't curbed US prod
Commodity currency collapse prolongs agony for oil bulls
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
A 60 per cent decline in US dollar prices since June 2014 hasn't curbed US production, which is near the highest level in four decades. Photo: Reuters Crude bulls, stung by the worst July on record, should expect further pain as slumping commodity... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Alberta names members of climate change panelAlberta’s Minister of Environment and Parks introduced the remaining four membe
Alberta names members of climate change panel
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 18 days ago
Alberta’s Minister of Environment and Parks introduced the remaining four members of the panel tasked with creating a framework for fighting climate change on Friday. The panel - led by economist Andrew Leach and composed of two representatives from... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Rail versus Pipe: new Fraser Institute report says pipelines safer than railCALGARY -- TransCanada is pointing to a new study on how pipeline safety stacks
Rail versus Pipe: new Fraser Institute report says pipelines safer than rail
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 days ago
CALGARY -- TransCanada is pointing to a new study on how pipeline safety stacks up against rail to show why two of its controversial projects should be built. According to the report by the Fraser Institute released Thursday, the rate of incidents... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada’s election could delay Obama’s Keystone decisionCanada’s election in October has become yet another event shaping the seven-yea
Canada’s election could delay Obama’s Keystone decision
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Canada’s election in October has become yet another event shaping the seven-year saga of the Keystone XL pipeline, one that may lead the Obama administration to delay announcing a decision to approve or reject the $8-billion project. Putting a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Mulcair mimics Obama’s Keystone doctrine in oil sands pipelines policyNew Democratic Party Leader Thomas Mulcair has essentially adopted the Obama do
Mulcair mimics Obama’s Keystone doctrine in oil sands pipelines policy
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
New Democratic Party Leader Thomas Mulcair has essentially adopted the Obama doctrine when it comes to approving new oil sands pipelines – projects would be judged based on whether they significantly increase Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions. The... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Suggestions of leaving Alberta's oilsandsControversial oilsands development comments have a star NDP candidate facing gu
Suggestions of leaving Alberta's oilsands
Calgary Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Controversial oilsands development comments have a star NDP candidate facing gushing wells of criticism from her federal and provincial counterparts. Appearing as a panellist on CBC’s Power & Politics broadcast Friday, NDP Toronto-Centre candidate... Read more
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