Alberta

Alberta

Province of Canada

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The Canadian Press
October 25, 2020
Calgary
Cenovus Energy Inc. will buy Husky Energy Inc. in an all-stock transaction valued at $23.6 billion, the Calgary-based companies said Sunday in a joint announcement.
Ryan White
October 23, 2020
Calgary
According to Alberta's ministry of energy, the provincial government will no longer set monthly production limits as of December in an effort to "utilize available pipeline capacity and create jobs."
CTV News Calgary
October 19, 2020
Calgary
The province introduced a three-year property tax exemption for energy companies drilling new wells or building new pipelines and has eliminated the well drilling equipment tax for new drills.
Mark Villani
October 8, 2020
Calgary
ATB Financial's latest economic forecast for Alberta describes the province's fiscal situation as "a marathon, not a sprint."
Geoffrey Morgan
October 8, 2020
Financial Post
Plans to label plastic as toxic waste will hurt Alberta's ambitions to become a top 10 petrochemical and plastics producer, industry says
Geoffrey Morgan
October 2, 2020
Financial Post
Collapse in oil prices, continued pressure from pandemic accelerates need to reduce costs
Geoffrey Morgan
September 30, 2020
Financial Post
Producers say delay will impact $4 billion in planned capital spending, delay drilling plans and may lead to price volatility
Geoffrey Morgan
September 29, 2020
Financial Post
The agreement would be a symbiotic one, premier says, in helping all groups achieve their goals
Geoffrey Morgan
September 28, 2020
Financial Post
Real work lies ahead for the $22-billion project, which must raise funding and get through regulatory process
Ryan Flanagan
September 27, 2020
CTVNews
U.S. President Donald Trump says he will issue a permit approving the U.S. portion of a proposed railway to carry goods between Alaska and Alberta.
Geoffrey Morgan
September 22, 2020
Financial Post
Selling most of its European oil storage business for $715 million
Geoffrey Morgan
September 15, 2020
Financial Post
Trans Mountain CEO says pipeline will be full of oil when construction wraps in 2022, despite drop in global oil demand
Geoffrey Morgan
September 11, 2020
Financial Post
A generation of decision-makers opted to maximize resource wealth in the present, rather than save it for future use
The Canadian Press
September 4, 2020
Calgary
Coniferous stumpage fees -- paid by forest companies for evergreen wood such as pine or spruce harvested from Crown land -- have nearly doubled to $67.31 in September, from $36.56 per cubic metre in August.
The Canadian Press
August 28, 2020
Calgary
The stores, which are to open over the next week, include seven locations in Calgary, one each in Spruce Grove, Lethbridge and Edmonton.
Geoffrey Morgan
August 27, 2020
Financial Post
Deficit will be $16.8 billion higher than forecast this year
Mark Villani
August 24, 2020
Calgary
The newly elected leader of the Conservative Party of Canada has his work laid out for him if he hopes to bring the western provinces into the fold and reinvigorate Alberta's energy sector.
Geoffrey Morgan
August 6, 2020
Financial Post
What it did better than some provinces is work with stakeholders in their well cleanup design: CEO Tim McKay
July 28, 2020
WebWire
Ecojustice is seeking an injunction to suspend the Kenney government's public inquiry into "anti-Alberta" campaigns until the court makes a ruling in a lawsuit challenging the inquiry's legality. View the application. If granted, the injunction would force commissioner Steve Allan to pause all work on the public inquiry until the court can rule on whether the process is legal in the first place. This would mean a halt on interviewing and investigating charities and individuals who h...
Geoffrey Morgan
July 23, 2020
Financial Post
If you want a hydrogen economy, the main and most efficient place to get that is through natural gas, says an industry observer
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