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New B.C. oil and gas royalty regime expected to boost government revenue by $200M

New B.C. oil and gas royalty regime expected to boost government revenue by $200M

B.C. scraps contentious deep well credits for oil and gas
Hydrogen, natural gas touted as allies, not rivals

Hydrogen, natural gas touted as allies, not rivals

Advantages of cultivating hydrogen-LNG synergies a key focus of energy conference
Alberta premier urges U.S. senators to convince Michigan to stop Line 5 shutdown

Alberta premier urges U.S. senators to convince Michigan to stop Line 5 shutdown

WASHINGTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is urging the U.S. government to convince Michigan to abandon its legal campaign against the Line 5 pipeline.
With war crimping global fuel supplies, the world needs more Canadian resources

With war crimping global fuel supplies, the world needs more Canadian resources

Climate change may end up taking a back seat to the more immediate problem of energy security.
Canada's environmental act is unconstitutional – so what?

Canada's environmental act is unconstitutional – so what?

Court decision doesn’t nullify Impact Assessment Act, but could make investors think twice
Whatever happened to B.C.'s $100 billion LNG industry?

Whatever happened to B.C.'s $100 billion LNG industry?

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark addresses Canada Gas and LNG conference
Energy crisis in Europe renews optimism for Canadian LNG projects

Energy crisis in Europe renews optimism for Canadian LNG projects

B.C.'s clean LNG touted as important decarbonization tool, and economic tool in reconciliation with First Nations
Canadian Association of Energy Contractors raises drilling forecast for the year

Canadian Association of Energy Contractors raises drilling forecast for the year

CALGARY — The Canadian Association of Energy Contractors is raising its forecast for oil and natural gas drilling following what it said was a robust first quarter due to stronger than expected oil and gas prices.
Suncor uninterested in selling Petro-Canada, CEO says despite shareholder pressure

Suncor uninterested in selling Petro-Canada, CEO says despite shareholder pressure

CALGARY — Suncor Energy Inc. is not interested in selling off its Petro-Canada retail network, the oil giant's chief executive said Tuesday, in spite of pressure from an aggressive activist investor. Speaking publicly for the first time since U.S.
Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline nears 65% completion

Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline nears 65% completion

Two of eight sections 100% complete, but no pipe laid in section plagued by protests