Todd Korol / Reuters
The oil industry isn't facing the coming reality of a low-carbon world, study argues.
Canadian Press/Amber Bracken
Mere hours before the New York Times went to press with its look at the B.C. Liberal party's ethical scorecard, the party chose to get its 2016 fundraising results out ahead of the storm. One last chance at political counter-spin and what a marvel of spin it was. U.S. Republican party strategist Karl Rove would have been proud.
It's a "wakeup call" for Canada, says industry group's president.
Handout . / Reuters
"Any pricing mechanism implemented should contribute to a vibrant and competitive oil and gas sector."
DOT-111 cars to be phased out of use for oil shipping sooner than planned.
Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press
$50 billion in annual spending has disappeared.
Bayne Stanley/The Canadian Press
"Time to wine about oil."
MCT via Getty Images
The report cites Norway and Australia as having regimes that work well.
Dan Barnes via Getty Images
CALGARY — Oilfield security firms say they've been dealing with more troublemakers in recent months with the crude price cratering and bringing drilling activity and jobs down with it. Thieves have be...
When teenagers at a Vancouver high school demanded in a November 2013 open letter/petition that the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers stop spreading oil sands "propaganda" to their school in...
MARK RALSTON via Getty Images
CALGARY - Canada's biggest energy industry group is predicting a slower pace of growth in Canada's oil sector because of the steep drop in oil prices.The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers ha...
Bloomberg via Getty Images
"This is no time to be making change to an unknown commodity."
Fewer than one-in-ten post-secondary graduates find oil and gas industry associations credible and trustworthy when it comes to carbon emissions. That shouldn't come as a huge surprise given that industry associations like the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers have fought new greenhouse gas regulations and successfully lobbied to weaken Canada's environmental laws.
FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. - The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers is expecting oilpatch investment to drop by a third — or $23 billion — this year compared with 2014, while output is seen growing...