Inquiry into oil and gas foes to deliver report next year: Kenney
Government contends foreign interests have been working to undermine the industry for years.
Court reverses order to shut down Dakota Access pipeline
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit sided with pipeline owner Energy Transfer to keep the oil flowing
Total writes off $9.3B in oilsands assets, cancels Canadian oil lobby membership
Total said it is leaving CAPP because of a “misalignment” between its public positions and those expressed in Total’s climate ambition statement
Pipeline owner fined for unsafe incident near GO tracks in Greater Toronto
The Canada Energy Regulator says the incident near Oakville, Ont., could potentially have resulted in fatalities and injuries
Enbridge Q2 earnings slip as revenues plunge 40% due to COVID aftermath
Enbridge was expected to report 55 cents per share in adjusted profits on $12.5 billion in revenues
Enbridge reports stronger than feared Q2 Mainline oil transport volumes
The Calgary-based company reported second quarter net income of $1.65 billion
Prolonged oil industry slump leads to third cut in Canadian drilling forecast
The Petroleum Services Association of Canada says it now expects just 2,800 wells will be drilled in Canada this year
Deutsche Bank says it won’t back an new oilsands or coal project
It says its ban on oilsands financing, effective immediately, will include exploration, production, transport or processing
Canada’s liquefied natural gas industry expected to create new job opportunities: experts
The report analyzes the economic impact the LNG industry would have across the country
Shell’s Quest carbon capture project hits milestone of five million tonnes
Quest opened in 2015 and cost about $1.35 billion, backed with $745 million from the Alberta government and $120 million from Ottawa.
Irving Oil cutting 250 jobs, 6% of workforce, due to the economy
Reductions will affect operations in Canada, the United States, Ireland and Britain.
Supreme Court dismisses Indigenous appeal of Trans Mountain approval
The court dismissed the appeal July 2 from the Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, the Ts’elxweyeqw Tribes and Coldwater Indian Band, effectively ending the years-long legal battle over the project
BP sells petrochemicals arm to Ineos for US$5B
The move is part of the oil giant’s plan to shift activities to renewable sources of energy
Alberta reinstating environmental monitoring in industry, oilpatch on July 15
Testing and reporting had been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Co-op, Unifor ratify seven-year deal after six-month labour dispute
Collective agreement includes wage improvements that meet standards agreed to by energy sector unions.