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N.L. oil workers gather in last-ditch effort to save Terra Nova offshore oilfield

N.L. oil workers gather in last-ditch effort to save Terra Nova offshore oilfield

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — About 100 oil workers gathered outside Newfoundland and Labrador's legislature this morning, a day before a final decision on the fate of the Terra Nova oilfield is due.
LNG Canada marks milestone with arrival of core processing units

LNG Canada marks milestone with arrival of core processing units

Three large pieces of equipment weighing nearly 1,000 tonnes have arrived in Kitimat, marking the beginning of the “going vertical” stage for the $17 billion LNG plant being built there.
Shell Days lets SD60 students try their hand at engineering

Shell Days lets SD60 students try their hand at engineering

Students from Grades 1 to 8 had the chance to think about a future in engineering this week thanks to Shell Days, a School District 60-wide event put on by Shell Canada and DiscoverE, which saw students engage in various projects through Engineering
Alberta finance minister defends $1.3B loss on Keystone XL as 'calculated decision'

Alberta finance minister defends $1.3B loss on Keystone XL as 'calculated decision'

EDMONTON — Alberta’s finance minister says the province's $1.3-billion investment of taxpayers money in the now-defunct Keystone XL pipeline project was a prudent gamble given the potential payoff in profits and jobs.
Federal energy regulator joins oil and gas liaison program

Federal energy regulator joins oil and gas liaison program

The Canada Energy Regulator says it is joining an aboriginal liaison program in B.C. meant to improve the relationship between regulators, government, and northern First Nations.
Oil tops $70 a barrel

Oil tops $70 a barrel

Energy sector leads TSX higher as oil tops $70 a barrel
Group of large oilsands operators commit to become net zero emitters by 2050

Group of large oilsands operators commit to become net zero emitters by 2050

CALGARY — A group of the largest producers in Canada's oilsands have announced a joint strategy Wednesday to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The companies include Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Cenovus Energy Inc.
Keystone XL pipeline project cancelled by TC Energy after over a decade of delays

Keystone XL pipeline project cancelled by TC Energy after over a decade of delays

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. says it is walking away from the Keystone XL pipeline project and ending a decade-plus battle that pitted the energy industry against environmentalists as oilsands producers sought to export Canadian crude.
Canada, Alberta sign deal for $1.3B hydrogen plant in Edmonton

Canada, Alberta sign deal for $1.3B hydrogen plant in Edmonton

EDMONTON — The federal and Alberta governments are signing an agreement that could lead to a plant to produce hydrogen built near Edmonton. The governments say they're working with Air Products Canada to build the $1.
Peace region field research station looks at impacts to groundwater

Peace region field research station looks at impacts to groundwater

Researchers based out of the Peace region have gained valuable insights into the movement and measurement of natural gas in the shallow subsurface, as well as assessments of impacts to groundwater, using a custom-built field station in the area.