Biden calls for ‘transition’ from oil, GOP sees opening
Campaign’s climate plan calls for the US to have net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Colorado group appeals to Canadians over CPP-owned energy firm
Boulder residents ask fro an end to investments in Crestone Peak Resources, accused of polluting their air and water.
Oil output still down after restoring some COVID cutbacks: CER
Supply slipped by as much as 972,000 barrels per day by mid-May, about 700,000 bpd brought back online by early October.
Alberta cuts deal on municipal oilpatch levies; not unpaid property taxes
Industry will get a three-year break on property taxes for new wells, pipelines and new equipment.
Oil price stall, global uncertainty prompt caution from energy companies
Analyst says drawdowns are constructive, but the market remains reliant on drastic production cuts from OPEC+ to restore balance.
$42M Niagara Falls RNG plant to be fuelled by landfill waste
Enbridge to implement a pilot volunteer renewable natural gas program in Ontario starting in 2021.
EU to tackle methane gases, boost energy efficiency
Wants to slash greenhouse gas emissions to at least 55% of what they were in 1990 over the next decade.
Trudeau delivers another blow to energy, mining sectors
Plan requiring projects to describe how they will achieve net-zero emissions may not even be feasible.
Caisse buying portfolio of solar power assets in Spain from Q-Energy
Produces enough electricity (355,000 MWh annually) to supply more than 115,000 households.
Uncertain future of refinery raises spectre of propane shortages in NL
Irving Oil has abandoned its planned purchase of the plant from its New York owners.
Alberta wants to clear the way for ‘untapped’ geothermal energy
Legislation would set the stage for further development of geothermal energy, which comes from heat beneath the earth.
X-energy working with OPG to advance clean energy tech in Canada
SMR design integrates into large, regional electricity systems as source of low-carbon power.
Uncertainty as union braces for layoffs at Newfoundland refinery
Not yet certain how many will lose their jobs or what will happen to the 135,000-barrel-a-day facility.
Discussions about NL oil refinery future ongoing: Premier
Furey recognizes these are difficult and uncertain times for the refinery’s workers.
Carbon capture project would be largest in world: officials
Energy secretary calls it a game changer for fossil-fuel generation in the US and around the world.