Tagged With Canada
Letter from Canada: Net zero poses existential threat to oil sands
8 June 2021
Oil sands producers will need to make drastic changes if they are going to survive the next few decades
Suncor makes net-zero pledge
28 May 2021
Investor pressure convinces Canadian company to confront emissions, but upstream growth remains focus
Suncor makes net-zero pledge
28 May 2021
Investor pressure convinces Canadian company to confront emissions, but upstream growth remains focus
Letter from Canada: Alberta concedes to energy transition
12 May 2021
The region’s hydrocarbons sector grudgingly accepts the inevitable rise of low-carbon energy, and the government is taking steps not to be left out
Winter LNG transit highlights Arctic’s growing role
8 April 2021
Russia is leading the charge to normalise Arctic shipping as the region warms
Canadian oil sands in shackles
12 March 2021
Producers tighten their belts even as financial conditions rally and midstream expansion looms
Letter from Canada: Alberta’s debt quagmire
8 March 2021
The province’s strategy of stimulating economic diversification through oil revenue largesse has largely proved a failure
Opportunity knocks for Canadian consolidation
18 February 2021
Recent M&A deals and recovering oil prices showcase the potential for further activity in 2021
Letter from Canada: Keystone XL’s demise a fiasco and opportunity
26 January 2021
The Canadian oilsands industry should now be clear where it stands and plan accordingly
Enbridge challenges Michigan mandate
19 January 2021
Canadian midstream firm rails against federal executive order calling for Line 5 pipeline closure
Constraining Canadian LNG
10 December 2020
Future near-term gas ventures beyond those already sanctioned look doubtful against a background of financial crisis and little competitive edge
Constraining Canadian LNG
10 December 2020
Future near-term gas ventures beyond those already sanctioned look doubtful against a background of financial crisis and little competitive edge
Letter from Canada: Kenney’s bad Keystone XL bet
1 December 2020
Alberta’s premier went all in on the controversial pipeline but may lose his shirt
Kenney’s bad Keystone XL bet
1 December 2020
Alberta’s premier went all in on the controversial pipeline but may lose his shirt
Alberta shelves crude curtailments
12 November 2020
The province’s decision to unwind restrictions hopes for better days ahead. But economics may be against it
Husky deal not the trigger for Canadian consolidation wave
5 November 2020
M&A activity may have started to rally, but further big-ticket transactions look unlikely
Canadian government leads the way on CCUS
30 October 2020
Federal and provincial government measures have supported the deployment of several world-class projects
Canada’s oil sands under siege
28 August 2020
A scarcity of investment options is compounding the rapid exodus of international firms
Letter from Canada: Alberta’s petchems strategy could backfire
17 August 2020
The Kenney administration seems to be ignoring any warning signs on future demand growth
Canadian LNG industry strikes a defiant note
3 August 2020
A lobby group for exports foresees a bright future despite a long history of setbacks
Canadian oil sands compound their image problem
25 July 2020
Emission pledges are being rolled back to counter adverse economic conditions, reinforcing a sense the sector is not serious about lowering its carbon footprint
Global announcements and developments July
16 July 2020
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Canadian pipelines to nowhere
16 June 2020
Lack of midstream takeaway capacity had been a growing concern for years, but Covid-19 has reversed the danger
Global announcements and developments June
2 June 2020
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Canadian oil industry in dire straits
7 May 2020
Production across the country is in freefall, prompting oil-rich province Alberta to plead for financial support
Alberta’s orphan well crisis
17 April 2020
The province is seeing a sharp rise in the number of inactive wells without operators, and the problem will be expensive to fix