Oil and gas could lose up to 185,000 jobs this year, study says
Study says engineering construction firms are most vulnerable; exploration and development drilling a close second.
Climate change creating legal liability for Canadian companies: study
Growing body of research is increasingly able to estimate the costs that rising greenhouse gases impose.
Ontario, Alberta have mixed reactions to South Korean trade deal
Kathleen Wynne says Ontario is supportive of opening up opportunities for Ontario, but has concerns about the auto sector.
Enbridge reports Q4 loss on asset revaluation
Net loss amounts to 32 cents per diluted common share after adjusted earnings miss estimates.
Oil sands environmental health risks underestimated: study
University of Toronto researchers say the oil sands needs to improve its accounting of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) emissions.
Packers Plus acquires Texas-based completions companies
Energy services company expects acquisitions to accelerate growth in the US.
Neil Young blasts Harper government over oilsands development
Canadian rock icon tells news conference at Toronto’s Massey Hall that the Canadian government is “trading integrity for money.”
TransCanada CEO sees Mexico oil opportunities if market opens
Mexico is poised to end its government’s monopoly on energy development and open its oilfields to foreign players.
Canadian economy better off in 2014, but it’s no home run
Firmer global growth depends on central banks keeping interest rates steady in 2014, notes a CIBC World Markets report.
First Nations relations a $650B hurdle to oil and gas development
The Fraser Institute says more than 600 resource projects at risk because of First Nations unwillingness to participate in them.
Still much to do in oil sands innovation sharing: COSIA
So far, oil sands players have shared 560 technologies that collectively cost $900 million to develop.
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.
Alberta court approves oil sands lawsuits
Aboriginal groups seek justice over energy development on traditional land