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The Tyee
Suncor on Expansion Spree in Down Oilpatchin the Fort McMurray area, and the worst drop in oilsands investment since reco
Suncor on Expansion Spree in Down Oilpatch
The Tyee / Posted 3 days ago
in the Fort McMurray area, and the worst drop in oilsands investment since records began in 1947, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. Suncor itself lost half a billion dollars on its operations in the first three... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Albertans voted for change, has Notley's government delivered?once set up camp in a minister’s office to force a meeting — a tactic he can’t
Albertans voted for change, has Notley's government delivered?
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
once set up camp in a minister’s office to force a meeting — a tactic he can’t see PIA repeating any time soon. Even the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) says the new government is consulting widely. CAPP is often viewed as a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Oil firms meet with environmentalists in bid to reduce pipeline opposition– and indeed federal commitments – help build support from the public, said Ter
Oil firms meet with environmentalists in bid to reduce pipeline opposition
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
– and indeed federal commitments – help build support from the public, said Terry Abel, director for oil sands at the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. “We’re trying to speak to the ones who want to see clearly demonstrated the... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
CAPP talks oil and gas with countythe oil and gas industry from Chris Montgomery, manager of exploration and prod
CAPP talks oil and gas with county
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
the oil and gas industry from Chris Montgomery, manager of exploration and production, communications and engagement for Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) on Monday. CAPP represents the country's natural gas and oil producers,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alberta gains Ottawa's ear with plea for pipelinesvolumes. Since then, companies have slashed capital spending – by 62 per cent
Alberta gains Ottawa's ear with plea for pipelines
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
volumes. Since then, companies have slashed capital spending – by 62 per cent over the past 24 months, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. It estimated output to hit 5.3 million barrels a day by 2030 – 17 per cent lower... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
B.C. in no rush to approve Enbridge Northern Gateway oil pipelinethat would choke off the proposed shipping terminal at Kitimat. Jeff Gaulin, v
B.C. in no rush to approve Enbridge Northern Gateway oil pipeline
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
that would choke off the proposed shipping terminal at Kitimat. Jeff Gaulin, vice-president of communications for the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, said Premier Notley’s public remarks on Northern Gateway do reveal a more... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Vinni questions administration over forecastsgrowth forecasts uses census data from the municipality and the province, as we
Vinni questions administration over forecasts
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 12 days ago
growth forecasts uses census data from the municipality and the province, as well as industry growth data from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. The growth forecasts predicted the region’s population to experience “modest... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Oil, municipal megaprojectsargued his point by citing multiple studies and reports, compiled by groups ran
Oil, municipal megaprojects
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 14 days ago
argued his point by citing multiple studies and reports, compiled by groups ranging from Statistics Canada to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. At one point, for instance, Ward says Alberta attracted 35 per cent of all... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
CEMA conditions no longer apply, says regulator8, CEMA’s leadership was still hopeful it could secure a steady source of fundi
CEMA conditions no longer apply, says regulator
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 15 days ago
8, CEMA’s leadership was still hopeful it could secure a steady source of funding. For years, industry members, such as the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), argued the group was redundant and could be folded into initiatives like... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Column: Getting closer to the green energy horizonhave been devastated by the collapse in oil prices and the mass layoff of worke
Column: Getting closer to the green energy horizon
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 17 days ago
have been devastated by the collapse in oil prices and the mass layoff of workers. And it won’t help that the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers is forecasting a drop of $50 billion in capital spending in 2016. That’s a 62 per... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Oil prices rebound after report of Saudi-Russia pact to tackle supplygo broke if they continue with the status quo.” High-cost producers in Canada’
Oil prices rebound after report of Saudi-Russia pact to tackle supply
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
go broke if they continue with the status quo.” High-cost producers in Canada’s oil patch are no exception. Last week, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers said industry spending is poised to drop this year to $31-billion (Canadian).... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this weekInc. on Tuesday, Cogeco Inc. and Corus Entertainment Inc. on Wednesday and Shaw
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Inc. on Tuesday, Cogeco Inc. and Corus Entertainment Inc. on Wednesday and Shaw Communications Inc. on Thursday. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers hosts an investment symposium on Tuesday in Toronto featuring speakers from... Read more
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CTV News
5 things to watch for in the Canadian business world this weekincluding DavidsTea on Tuesday, Cogeco and Corus Entertainment on Wednesday and
5 things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week
CTV News / Posted 22 days ago
including DavidsTea on Tuesday, Cogeco and Corus Entertainment on Wednesday and Shaw Communications on Thursday. CAPP: The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers hosts an investment symposium on Tuesday in Toronto featuring speakers from... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alberta budget: Starring a social worker, an oil crisis and missing billionsspending is expected to be $50-billion lower than it was in 2014, when total sp
Alberta budget: Starring a social worker, an oil crisis and missing billions
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
spending is expected to be $50-billion lower than it was in 2014, when total spending was $81-billion, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. It’s the largest two-year drop in spending since the organization began... Read more
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CBC.ca
Oil expansion may be a greater financial risk than proponents say: Don Pittisin pipelines and oilsands. But a new study indicates that self-interested inves
Oil expansion may be a greater financial risk than proponents say: Don Pittis
CBC.ca / Posted 24 days ago
in pipelines and oilsands. But a new study indicates that self-interested investors should also be wary. As the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers announces a $50 billion drop in Canadian oil and gas investment, the new research... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Oil patch’s pain is far from over, industry association saysin Canada’s oil patch, according to a forecast from the country’s industry asso
Oil patch’s pain is far from over, industry association says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 25 days ago
in Canada’s oil patch, according to a forecast from the country’s industry association. The newest grim numbers from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers show total capital investment in the sector is likely to continue to drop –... Read more
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CTV News
Oil and gas industry sees biggest-ever 2-year decline in spendinggas industry is on track to see its biggest two-year capital spending decline i
Oil and gas industry sees biggest-ever 2-year decline in spending
CTV News / Posted 25 days ago
gas industry is on track to see its biggest two-year capital spending decline in its seven-decade history, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. Companies are expected to invest $31 billion in 2016, a 62 per cent drop from... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Oil, gas sees biggest-ever 2-year spending dropgas industry is on track to see its biggest two-year capital spending decline i
Oil, gas sees biggest-ever 2-year spending drop
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 25 days ago
gas industry is on track to see its biggest two-year capital spending decline in its seven-decade history, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. Companies are expected to invest $31 billion in 2016, a 62 per cent drop from... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Canada's oil-gas industry spends cautiously, biggest two-year drop on record: CAPPbillion in 2016. That’s down $50 billion or 62 per cent since 2014, when the i
Canada's oil-gas industry spends cautiously, biggest two-year drop on record: CAPP
Calgary Sun / Posted 25 days ago
billion in 2016. That’s down $50 billion or 62 per cent since 2014, when the industry set a record of $81 billion. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says that’s the biggest drop in records going back to 1947. CAPP’s members... Read more
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CTV News
Canada's oil-gas industry spends cautiously, biggest 2-yr drop on record: CAPPbillion in 2016. That's down $50 billion or 62 per cent since 2014, when the i
Canada's oil-gas industry spends cautiously, biggest 2-yr drop on record: CAPP
CTV News / Posted 25 days ago
billion in 2016. That's down $50 billion or 62 per cent since 2014, when the industry set a record of $81 billion. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says that's the biggest drop in records going back to 1947. CAPP's members... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Report says Alberta environmental monitoring a failed experimentpresaged in February by a scientific peer review, which found the agency's work
Report says Alberta environmental monitoring a failed experiment
Calgary Sun / Posted 27 days ago
presaged in February by a scientific peer review, which found the agency's work was poorly focused and co-ordinated. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers also expressed concerns about the need for more integration, analysis and... Read more
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CTV News
Report says Alberta environmental monitoring a failed experimentpresaged in February by a scientific peer review, which found the agency's work
Report says Alberta environmental monitoring a failed experiment
CTV News / Posted 27 days ago
presaged in February by a scientific peer review, which found the agency's work was poorly focused and co-ordinated. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers also expressed concerns about the need for more integration, analysis and... Read more
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CTV News
Cenovus Energy says it's cutting 440 jobs as low oil prices continuestaff cuts to about 1,600 since the end of 2014, leaving total staff numbers do
Cenovus Energy says it's cutting 440 jobs as low oil prices continue
CTV News / Posted a month ago
staff cuts to about 1,600 since the end of 2014, leaving total staff numbers down 31 per cent at 3,600 employees. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers estimates more than 41,000 direct jobs have been cut in the energy sector, along... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
CAPP pitches 'energy citizens' movementto a luncheon hosted by the Fort McMurray Construction Association, Tim McMilla
CAPP pitches 'energy citizens' movement
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 1 months ago
to a luncheon hosted by the Fort McMurray Construction Association, Tim McMillan, who became president and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers in 2014, warned nearly one hundred local industry and business leaders that if... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Oil industry welcomes Alberta Energy Regulator’s cost savingsIn the previous year, the savings were $267-million, surpassing a $60-million t
Oil industry welcomes Alberta Energy Regulator’s cost savings
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
In the previous year, the savings were $267-million, surpassing a $60-million target. Those figures were verified by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers(CAPP). In 2014, the industry levy was $243-million. Last year, it fell to... Read more

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