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News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
January 18, 2017  

New technologies to boost profits, reduce costs, limit oil sands emissions

Newly constructed well projects likely to be profitable at benchmark oil prices of about US$50 per barrel.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas Transportation General
August 24, 2015  

Opponents target US West Coast crude by rail

Among the concerns is the prospect of more ‘dirty’ Alberta bitumen coming to the area.

News Energy Government Oil & Gas General Sustainability
February 3, 2015  

Feds hiding legitimate concerns over oil sands pipelines, critics say

Unpublished report says potential toxic effects and environmental threats from bitumen pipelines are relatively unknown.

News Energy Oil & Gas General Sustainability
February 2, 2015  

Bitumen spill effects unknown, unpublished federal report reveals

Document was obtained by Greenpeace under freedom-of-information legislation.

News Energy Government Oil & Gas Business Operations General Sustainability
January 7, 2015  

BC makes natural gas pipelines oil and bitumen free

Government says regulation should address First Nations concerns about environmental issues associated to oil pipelines.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations General Operations
August 7, 2014  

Siemens to supply gas turbines at Shell’s Carmon Creek project

The heavy oil project is expected to produce about 80,000 barrels of bitumen per day using steam recovery methods.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations General Operations Sustainability
April 29, 2014  

Decision on Montreal coker coming by early next year, Suncor says

The coker project would cut crude costs at the refinery, which has long relied on pricey overseas imports.

News Automotive Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations
March 7, 2014  

NEB approves Enbridge’s Line 9 reversal plan

The approval subject to conditions, including Enbridge undertaking activities involving pipeline integrity, emergency response.

News Business Operations Operations Sustainability
February 6, 2014  

Energy East pipeline would increase GHG emissions: study

Pembina Institute wants regulators to consider climate impacts during hearings.

News Energy Sustainability
December 10, 2013  

Canadian Oil Sands to spend more than $1.1B on Syncrude projects

Mildred Lake and Centrifuge Tailings Management take bulk of the spending.

News Energy Manufacturing Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Sustainability Technology
November 13, 2013  

Oil sands boom brings economic risks: Pembina report

Governments need to mitigate risks and regional disparities associated with rapid oilsands expansion, institute says.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability
October 18, 2013  

Alberta, China sign framework deal to collaborate on energy, resource issues

Deal on sustainable energy development gives Alberta direct access to decision-makers and strategists in China.

News Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability
October 18, 2013  

Throne speech: It’s time to ‘seize the moment’ on pipelines

Getting Alberta bitumen to market is the matter that must be seized.

News Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability
October 17, 2013  

Black wants federal loan guarantees for proposed Kitimat refinery

They would enable his company Kitimat Clean Ltd. to secure loans at a lower cost.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability
October 16, 2013  

Pipeline debates best fought at local level: Kinder Morgan

Pipeline builder is filing an application to nearly triple the size of its Trans Mountain line.