Energy company OK with Canada joining oil supply pact
Canadian Natural Resources president Tim McKay says the solution is acceptable as long as it is “broad-based” and fair to all participants.
Canadian Natural cuts spending, as more producers trim capital plans
Will also cut CEO and other executive salaries and board members have agreed to cut their fees.
Experts to work with energy industry on oil price solutions for Alberta [UPDATED]
Premier Rachel Notley says the Canadian economy is losing out because oil from Alberta is selling about $45 a barrel less than West Texas Intermediate in the United States.
Canadian Natural proposes bitumen only expansion at its Horizon oil sands mine
Continues a trend to bolt on brownfield production to avoid the high costs and risks of building new mines.
Alberta oil sands production outlook bright despite gloomy headlines
Boost to come from the Fort Hills project, expected to achieve first oil late this year, and other projects.
Oilpatch looking for ways to avoid or delay layoffs
Some companies applying wage reductions to save jobs
Canadian Natural Resources posts $405M net loss
Oil and gas giant cites NDP’s higher Alberta tax rate.
Cenovus set to restart production at Foster Creek project
Facility has been offline since May 23 because of a large wildfire in the area.
The legal costs of climate change
Energy companies could be on the hook for billions in damages.
Alberta orders more environmental protection work at Primrose leak
Second order issued over northern Alberta oil sands project, CNRL to find root cause of bitumen releases.
Prices dropping, expect capital cuts in the oilpatch
Canadian producers whacked by the double-discount on crude.
Supreme Court nixes Chinese company’s appeal in oil sands worker death
Two temporary workers died in 2007 when a storage tank collapsed at Horizon project.
Horizon looks at shorter restart after upgrader fire
Canadian Natural Resources says production may be restored to half capacity sooner than expected.at its Horizon upgrader site after a fire Jan. 6.