Canadian producers will have to transport incremental new oil production over the next year or so using railcars.
Hinton and its partners to install a geothermal heating system in its downtown core.
AER is dispatching an inspector to the nearly completed Fort Hills mine in northern Alberta.
Conservation groups say the Bureau of Land Management is reversing course on limiting drilling on a vast stretch of federal land.
Says 71% want regulations to be at least as strict as those in the US.
Analysts say rigs are drilling a third deeper per day compared to 2014 but average earnings per day have fallen by 25%.
Warns a potential ban on petroleum imports from Venezuela would hurt US jobs and drive up gas costs.
Alberta Energy says most of the returned acreage either represents expired or surrendered leases.
Wants 225,000 barrels a day of commitments on the controversial XL project.
Investors are hoping for clarity as new BC government opposes the $7.4-billion project.
2016 decision ruled assets from bankrupt energy companies should go first to creditors, not to cleaning up abandoned oil wells.
Ian Wilson Fisher was charged in 2015 with billing false invoices worth close to $5 million.
Conditional on the successful completion of the IPO as Greens threaten to topple the project.
A border adjustment tax could make it more difficult for Canadian producers to compete in the US.
Research says methane is 84 times more potent than carbon dioxide over a 20-year period.