Royal Dutch Shell to sell stake in Canadian Natural Resources
Joins other energy players that have reduced their exposure in the oil sands.
Shell to proceed with BC energy plans despite political uncertainty
Will maintain production in the Montney region, move toward final investment decision on Kitimat LNG decision.
Canada’s regulations bring clarity energy companies need, Trudeau says
PM tells conference the thoughtful development of renewable and traditional energy sources is the road to economic prosperity.
Tourmaline buying Shell oil and gas assets in Alberta, BC for $1.4B
Properties currently produce the equivalent of 24,850 barrels of oil a day.
LNG Canada delays decision on Kitimat project
Partners blames drop in natural gas prices for the delay, which it says has made the project too expensive for now.
Shell shareholders approve deal to buy UK rival BG
Deal is worth $49 billion.
Shell Canada head stepping down
Current vice-president of unconventionals and North America for Shell has been tapped as the company’s new leader effective Jan. 1.
Shell moving drill rigs to Seattle despite delay request
Says it has a valid lease as it prepares for exploratory oil drilling in Arctic waters.
US approves Shell’s Arctic drilling plan off Alaska coast
Protesters on land and in kayaks will try to block Shell’s Polar Pioneer drill ship this weekend in a “Festival of resistance.”
Shell to move ahead with Carmon Creek thermal oilsands project
Steam-driven project in Peace River will produce up to 80,000 barrels of oil per day.
Repsol hangs on to Canaport LNG, signs 10 year supply deal with Shell
Shell will supply Canaport with more than one million tonnes of gas a year over the 10-year agreement.
PetroChina acquires 20 per cent stake in Shell’s Groundbirch shale gas lands
Deal could be part of a string of recent investments by Chinese oil companies looking to capitalize on Canada’s vast energy resources.