Government plans to spend $1.7 billion in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.
Plans for construction camps housing up to 1,000 workers each cited as a risk to tribes struggling with basic health care services amid potential COVID-19 outbreaks.
Said the US Army Corps of Engineers failed to adequately consider effects on endangered species such as pallid sturgeon.
Doesn’t match the reduction in demand caused by measures taken to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Agreement between OPEC, Russia and other countries follows a glut that sent prices plunging.
Province has agreed to invest about $1.5 billion as equity in the pipeline.
Report says that won’t likely slow overall investment; fossil fuel players weren’t putting much money into it anyway.
Possible virus case shows Civeo’s safety protocols at Suncor Energy base camp work.
Cuts follow billions in spending reductions by other major oil sands players.
Lowering to $48 million, compared with earlier expectations for $95 million.
Anticipating a revised 2020 capital budget of between $1.2 billion and $1.4 billion.
Drilling will be reduced even more than usual: 31% decline forecast for average working rig count in Canada for the rest of 2020.
Clearing a path through US states along the pipeline’s 1,930-kilometre route to begin soon.
Now plans up to $1 billion this year, down from earlier plans for between $1.3 billion and $1.5 billion.
He cites demand for fossil fuels, which is expected to remain strong for many years.