Offshore ban in Arctic will cost northern economy, NWT premier says
Trudeau defends decision, says measure will protect the Arctic from an oil spill under sea ice.
Slashed spending by drillers could lead to price spike, report says
IEA suggests investment in oil exploration and production is declining for a second straight year.
Auction opens Mexico’s oil sector to private firms, but draws few bids
Only two of 14 exploration and production blocks July 15 attracted bids.
Oil and gas could lose up to 185,000 jobs this year, study says
Study says engineering construction firms are most vulnerable; exploration and development drilling a close second.
Apache to sell Australian operations for $2.1B
All cash deal expected to close by mid-2015.
Pemex forming company to explore for oil, gas in US
Mexico’s state-owned oil company has been unable to exploit its shale and deep-water reserves.
Petrolia delays Quebec oil project amid opposition
Junior oil company suspends Haldimand 4 drilling project after town council votes to halt operations.
Job cuts looming at Talisman Energy
Oil and gas producer exits high-risk exploration areas and find ways to cut costs.
BC bans oil and gas exploration work in northern aboriginal territory
Shell agrees to abandon plans to drill for coalbed methane.
In Nova Scotia, Shell’s looking for oil, not natural gas
The company’s six-year exploration agreement is the largest exploration rights bid in Atlantic Canada.