Continues a trend to bolt on brownfield production to avoid the high costs and risks of building new mines.
Working to develop scientific tools for future investigations; significant advancements have been made since 2014.
Wary of cost inflation and unconvinced that recent price increases will last.
But energy sector recruiters advise that they’re likely to take a pay cut of up to 50%.
But Canadian refineries are among the most likely to remain open as they pay less for the oil sands crude they use.
A fungus ate the residual chemicals in the leftover sand from oil sands processing.
Canada is lagging, needs to needs to rework regulatory, political and environmental priorities.
Orion project to produce more than 12,000 barrels per day by mid-2019.
Fifty-dollar WTI is not high enough to support a material uptick in oil sands investments: BMO
AER is dispatching an inspector to the nearly completed Fort Hills mine in northern Alberta.
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.
Will help pay for its acquisition of most of the Canadian business of ConocoPhillips.
Seeing increased capital moving to the US, now a competitor for energy markets.
Repairs progressing but maintenance work has been added so shipments reduced.