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Fort McMurray Today
NAFTA demands Canada explain tailings leaksultimately thrown out by a judge in Alberta. Ben Brunnen, vice president of oi
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 2 days ago
ultimately thrown out by a judge in Alberta. Ben Brunnen, vice president of oilsands, fiscal and economic policy for the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers said in a statement it was up to Canada to respond directly to the... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
NAFTA energy clause draws Canadian criticismwas put in there basically as a ‘good neighbour’ clause,” said Nick Schultz, vi
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 5 days ago
was put in there basically as a ‘good neighbour’ clause,” said Nick Schultz, vice-president and general counsel at the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, who was involved in free trade negotiations in the 1980s as an Ottawa trade... Read more
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CTV News
NAFTA energy clause draws criticism from Canadian voices on the right and leftwas put in there basically as a 'good neighbour' clause," said Nick Schultz, vi
CTV News / Posted 5 days ago
was put in there basically as a 'good neighbour' clause," said Nick Schultz, vice-president and general counsel at the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, who was involved in free trade negotiations in the 1980s as an Ottawa trade... Read more
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Raw Story
Keystone XL opponents vow long fight as Nebraska hearing concludesbarrels per day, and producers are matching that with 4 million barrels per day
Raw Story / Posted 10 days ago
barrels per day, and producers are matching that with 4 million barrels per day of export-ready output, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, an industry group. The group said oil supply available for export is expected... Read more
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Reuters
Keystone XL opponents vow long fight as Nebraska hearing concludesbarrels per day, and producers are matching that with 4 million barrels per day
Reuters / Posted 10 days ago
barrels per day, and producers are matching that with 4 million barrels per day of export-ready output, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, an industry group. The group said oil supply available for export is expected... Read more
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The Hill
North American energy trade — NAFTA is key to closing the trade gapan historic collaboration, The American Petroleum Institute, Asociación Méxican
The Hill / Posted 11 days ago
an historic collaboration, The American Petroleum Institute, Asociación Méxicana de Empresas de Hidrocarburos and Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers recently issued a joint declaration calling for “fully liberalized trade of all... Read more
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dna
FEATURE-Amid fading oil boom, Canada's roughnecks seek green energy jobsin 2014, Canada has lost more than 40,000 jobs in oil, gas and related industri
dna / Posted 12 days ago
in 2014, Canada has lost more than 40,000 jobs in oil, gas and related industries, showed data released last year by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, an industry group. Extracting about 3.6 million barrels of oil daily, Canada is... Read more
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The Star
Petronas decision a blow to Canada’s biggest shale playdemand you could see a doubling of production,” said Mark Pinney, manager of na
The Star / Posted 14 days ago
demand you could see a doubling of production,” said Mark Pinney, manager of natural gas markets and transportation at the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP). “But without LNG growth it won’t be anything like as dramatic. It’s a... Read more
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The Star
Petronas' LNG project cancellation casts shadow over Canada’s biggest shale playdemand you could see a doubling of production,” said Mark Pinney, manager of na
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
demand you could see a doubling of production,” said Mark Pinney, manager of natural gas markets and transportation at the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. “But without LNG growth it won’t be anything like as dramatic. It’s a missed... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Suncor mourns death of former CEO Rick Georgewhile decrying delays in approving export oil pipelines such as the Keystone XL
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 18 days ago
while decrying delays in approving export oil pipelines such as the Keystone XL. Pierre Alvarez, former president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), who worked closely with George on oilsands-related issues, said he was... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
TransCanada seeking more Keystone XL shippersthe pipeline in March, reviving a project thought dead after former president B
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 24 days ago
the pipeline in March, reviving a project thought dead after former president Barack Obama rejected it in 2015. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers’ production forecast for Western Canada has, however, changed significantly in... Read more
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Income Investors
3 Monthly Dividend Stocks Yielding Up to 10.1%handle the surge in production. (Source: “Growth in the oil sands projects driv
Income Investors / Posted a month ago
handle the surge in production. (Source: “Growth in the oil sands projects drives need for more pipelines to 2030: CAPP,” Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, June 13, 2017.) This is good news for Canadian giant Pembina Pipeline Corp... Read more

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