Drilling contractors have relocated 20 of their rigs to the US in 2018 to now, up from just six in 2017.
Operating earnings were $580 million versus $1.31 billion, well below analyst expectations of $724 million.
It has contributed some $117 billion to Canada’s GDP last year.
Spokesman says the federal government has never done a proper climate review of the Trans Mountain project.
Contends agreements signed by pipeline builder Coastal GasLink are illegitimate.
Provincial curtailments of 325,000 barrels per day aim to relieve a glut and free up export pipeline space.
Significant wage increases aren’t expected until 2020 but employment numbers should increase next year.
A response to producers angered by cutbacks in all shipments as nominated volume exceed capacity in 2018.
Happened while SeaRose platform was preparing to restart production during a storm.
Report accuses the industry of successfully lobbying Canada to water down climate policies.
Oil sands producer will ramp up capital spending if prices improve and stabilize, and there’s clarity on market access.
Encana has now become Americanized, driven south by disastrous Liberal policies.
Natural Resources minister says key is building trust in regulatory processes and engaging affected parties early.
Steve Williams led the way in support for environmental initiatives, supported Notley’s sweeping climate plan.
Too rushed, including a week-long window for Indigenous groups and others to apply to participate.