Shell plan to cut up to 9,000 jobs could result in 100s in Canada
Between 294 and 378 fewer jobs is the energy company’s cuts are proportionate.
Shell’s Quest carbon capture project hits milestone of five million tonnes
Quest opened in 2015 and cost about $1.35 billion, backed with $745 million from the Alberta government and $120 million from Ottawa.
AER blocks sale of Shell assets over clean-up concerns
A test case of the regulator’s determination to avoid clean-up costs for energy facilities falling to the taxpayer.
Convergent completes two Ontario Shell energy projects
Joint venture reduces energy consumption of typical demand by one-third.
Germany angered by Shell refusal to dismantle old oil rigs
The dispute comes as Britain, where Shell has a major corporate presence, is in the process of withdrawing from the EU.
Pieridae Energy buying Shell Alberta natural gas assets to feed LNG plant
Proposed $10-billion LNG project is to produce about 10 million tonnes per year.
CAPP defends emission policies after Shell accuses it of ‘misalignment’
Industry organization says it’s more concerned with policy implementation and outcomes than specific initiatives.
Shell urges CAPP to adjust emission policies, support carbon pricing
Energy giant has been reviewing relationships with industry associations looking for misalignment.
Energy firms shut in natural gas wells due to Alberta wildfire
Shell shuts in 24 wells and associated pipelines, but Waterton sour gas complex remains open.
Shell launches methane detection pilot
Initiative aims to enable better early detection and repair of methane leaks.
Shell signs biofuels agreement with SBI BioEnergy Inc.
Agreement grants Shell exclusive development and licensing rights for SBI’s renewable drop-in biofuels.
Alberta oil sands production outlook bright despite gloomy headlines
Boost to come from the Fort Hills project, expected to achieve first oil late this year, and other projects.
Shell signs two deals to sell oil sands assets for US$7.25B
Reducing its interest in Athabasca project and selling its interest in Peace River Complex.
NS offshore oil dream awaits better news: ‘It doesn’t look good’
Higher oil prices are needed to encourage deepwater offshore projects.
Business execs urge bold leadership on climate policy from PM, premiers
Companies want Canada to be at the front of the pack as the global economy makes a historic shift.