Donald Trump says Canada’s energy exports are unfair to the US, but he’s clearly unaware that we’ve given Americans the biggest trade gift ever…
Business groups on both sides of the political spectrum say the “proportionality clause” is outdated and gives the US too much control over Canadian energy production.
What started in the 1920s as Robert Fitzsimmons’ ticket to riches has turned into an industry that attracted $34 billion in investment in 2014.
Deal makes the US-based company the latest international energy producer to lessen it’s exposure to Alberta.
Provincial estimates report Alberta oil sands production dropped by about one million barrels per day in May, 700,000 bpd in June.
Not enough focus is being placed on Canada’s energy needs and natural resource export requirements.
Exploration and development spending will be 25% below the 2015 levels next year.
Restructuring talks with creditors fail.
NDP Premier Notley notes lack of progress on combatting climate change bigger cause of uncertainty for oil and gas industry.
Energy producer wants to refine project design and retender some contracts.
Corporate income taxes will remain at 10%, but there’s a new income tax bracket on those who earn more than $100,000.
We need a sweeping remake of how Canada produces and uses energy, report says.
Province’s economy projected to grow by 2.9% in 2015, bolstered by strong exports and consumer spending.
Record energy numbers may not be enough to keep the Conservatives’ pro-growth energy policies from derailing.
Research reveals 98% of Canadian energy production is exported to the US.