Economics

Suncor doubles down on the oil sands

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The White House rejects Keystone XL

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Oil-Market Pain Helps Some Industries Recruit Skilled Workers – For Now

Layoffs in the energy sector are helping Alberta’s manufacturers address their own labor pains. But how long can it last, and what can they do when the cycle turns again?

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A “Reverse Auction” Might Sound Like A Good Idea Right Now. Here’s Why It Isn’t.

Producers are finding major cost savings, but in the end they may be the ones who end up paying for them

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The Art of (Proxy) War: How Energy Companies Can Prepare for the 2016 Proxy Season

As Sun Tzu once said, ‘Every battle is won before it’s ever fought.’ Here’s how compensation committees in the energy sector can prepare for their next one

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Gold Companies Are Losing Say-on-Pay Votes. Is the Energy Sector Next?

Two of Canada’s biggest gold companies lost say-on-pay votes in 2015. Will the energy sector start to feel the heat from its own shareholders soon?

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