oil and gas
Court heard from four Indigenous groups from British Columbia on Trans Mountain.
Indigenous groups arguing in the court the Canadian government predetermined the outcome before its latest approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Protesters and counter-protesters were drawn to the rally attended by the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist.
The dispute comes as Britain, where Shell has a major corporate presence, is in the process of withdrawing from the EU.
The teen has been making international headlines with her chastising of world leaders who she accuses of letting down youth by doing too little to tackle climate change.
Western Canada’s natural gas industry has struggled for years due to low commodity prices and pipeline transportation constraints.
The company will acquire 22 drill rigs, including 17 compatible specialized surface drill rigs and five underground drills.
Calgary-based company announced it will pay a quarterly dividend of 6.25 cents per share.
All of the steam produced at the facility and about half of the electricity is to be sold to SemCAMS under a 13-year fixed price contract.
Kenney says the Constitution is clear that infrastructure between provinces is under the authority of the national government.
Alberta countering flight of money and jobs from Alberta’s energy sector to Texas.
Attack on Saudi Aramco’s processing facility in Abqaiq pushed crude prices up more than 14% Monday.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has repeatedly accused U.S. charities of bankrolling efforts to block Canadian energy.
Kenney has said deep-pocketed US charities have bankrolled efforts to block Canadian energy development for years.
A weekend attack on key oil facilities in Saudi Arabia caused the worst disruption to world supplies on record.