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Saudi Arabia projected to run massive deficits Storage getting close to capacity, Goldman Sachs warns Canadian oil producers
The hardest part is standing in the same spot for 12, or sometimes 15, hours a day — it aggravates the arthritis in her back
We live in a society where it is impossible to live a functional lifestyle and not consume products made from petro-chemicals every single day. As such, the notion that environmentalists -- such as Neil Young for example -- have no right to criticize oil sands developments, pipelines or fracking because they "choose" to heat their homes and drive cars is downright nonsensical.
Domestic U.S. oil production is expected to grow much faster than was thought just a few months ago, according to a new report
As Canadian crude oil producers and the largest supplier of crude oil to the United States, we believe the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline between the two countries would strengthen our mutually advantageous relationship - the largest bi-lateral energy trading relationship in the world.
The federal government has reached "a level of discomfort" with foreign investment by state-owned enterprises in Canada's
There are also those who think that Fort McMurray is nothing but oil sands, nothing but workers in coveralls and enormous dump trucks, the landscape nothing but a sea of tailings ponds and smoke stacks. As with many things, though, the reality is nothing like the hype.
Dave Tuccaro is driving from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, where he will plan the book tour he will mount after Christmas when
Paul Wells' recent Maclean's' cover story about "How Ottawa Runs on Oil" should be required reading because of the light it sheds on Harper's Canada. here's the rub with the new regime in a nutshell: it is predicated on cooking the planet.
Alberta’s government will collect $1.2 trillion in royalties from the oil sands over the next 35 years, and emissions from