Economics

UPDATE: Oil Sands Operators Reduce Personnel, Cut Production As Fort McMurray Fire Rages

Oil sands operators have reduced production by much as 800,000 bbl/day, analysts say, as a wildfire rages near Fort McMurray

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Canada’s Oil And Gas Industry To Lose up to 24,425 Jobs In 2016: Report

The labour market outlook says demand for labour in Canada's oil and gas industry will increase by 46,435 to 55,305 by 2020, the majority of that in Alberta

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Competitive Pricing Leads to ‘Dire’ Outlook for Oilfield Services Sector: PSAC CEO

Websites like AFEMax.com act as "reverse auctions" in which oilfield services companies can bid for jobs and undercutting is encouraged

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Why We Need a Benchmark for Canadian Oil

Valuing Western Canadian Select at a discount to WTI is complex and makes little sense even to traders. It’s time for a pure play on Canadian oil

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Fight Or Flight: Delta Suspends Service To North Dakota Amid Oil Rout

The airline is suspending service between Minneapolis and North Dakota as demand for flights nosedives

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The Rise And Fall Of Talisman Energy, A Former Oilpatch Success Story

The company broke from the crowd by expanding aggressively into international markets. And it was brought to its knees because of it.

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Long Shots: Some Highly Speculative Forecasts for the Future of Energy

If you thought 2015 was a long strange trip, then we’ve got some news for you about what’s to come in 2016 and beyond

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