Oil & Gas
New technologies have unlocked enormous natural gas supplies from rock formations across the US, keeping prices low.
Interim Liberal leader calls to end partisan rhetoric on issue of carbon pricing.
Energy-giant would reverse the flow of existing pipeline to send domestic oil from the West to consumers in central Canada.
TransCanada is confident the super-pipeline will get green-light.
Harper et al must consider policy on foreign investment due to growing interest from SOEs in Canada’s oil and gas sector.
NDP leader claims resource industry is getting a “free ride” when it comes to the environmental costs of extraction.
Implications fuel Canada’s quest for new oil customers.
A Romney win would have ensured approval, but the president has been more critical of the massive pipeline.
The Heidelberg pipeline will originate in Green Canyon Block 860, southwest of New Orleans in 5,300 feet of water.
Wind tower parts maker DSTN-DSME Trenton is looking to build boilers and wants to produce pressure vessels and tanks for the oil and gas industry.
413-kilometre pipeline will connect with the $1-billion Topolobampo pipeline the company was awarded last week.
CNOOC offer is a neat fit for conservative rhetoric as Harper aggresively court’s Asia and attract more investment in Canada.
Crude assets in Virden/Daly region produce 1,600 barrels of oil per day.
Observers say CNOOC’s $15.1 billion bid for Nexen is a chance to clarify ground rules in a new world where state-directed investors are flexing their muscles.
Natural gas pipeline will extend 530 kilometres and carry up to 670 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.