Montney could compete with premier Texas shale oilfields but it’s being held back by a “cumbersome” regulatory system.
Bill C-48 has enraged many backers of the Canadian oil industry.
Key Access Pipeline System to deliver condensate and other petroleum liquids to the liquids processing and storage hub at Fort Saskatchewan.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels sending a message to the Sunni power, “…stop your aggression.”
Ending the tax would open the door to the federal government imposing its tax.
Amendments are making it harder for anyone to challenge a project approval or denial in court.
Company hopes to put 45 to 50 rigs to work in Western Canada in the third quarter.
RCMP and the provincial Occupational Health and Safety Department are investigating.
Al Monaco says there are three or four major problem areas in Bill C-69 that must be addressed.
Trident is abandoning 4,392 licensed wells, pipelines and other facilities.
Kenney spent as much or more time during the Alberta election campaign attacking Trudeau than his main provincial adversary, Rachel Notley.
Slowdown due to decaying investor confidence as export pipeline projects are delayed.
Liberals taking heat over regulations, including those blamed for holding back construction of oil pipelines out of Alberta.
Arguing the Alberta law is unconstitutional, provinces can’t discriminate in the distribution of natural resource products.
…unless new Alberta premier Jason Kenney lifts emissions cap.