Economics

Energy firms turn increasingly to training programs to attract workers

The energy industry needs more skilled workers. Polytechnics need more funding. It’s a case of scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours More →

The cancellation of Voyageur leaves an uncompleted megaproject near Fort McMurray

After spending $3.5 billion on this joint-venture project with 49 per cent equity partner Total E&P Canada, Suncor decided to cancel Voyageur in March 2012 because of deteriorating project economics. More →

Asian LNG buyers are pushing for a new pricing scheme. Is it to their own detriment?

Gutting the Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs More →

Navigating LNG shipments through the Douglas Channel is no simple task

Environmentalists agonize over the nautical risks of navigating the Douglas Channel More →

The new CEO of Imperial Oil Ltd. wants to double the company’s production

Early into his tenure at Imperial Oil’s top job, Rich Kruger is eyeing production of 600,000 barrels per day More →

How Parkland Fuel Corp. became Canada’s largest independent fuel distributor

Large integrated oil companies no longer see the marketing of fuel as a strategic necessity More →