International

Total disappointment: Does the shelving of Joslyn spell the end?

A French major’s suspension of its $11-billion megaproject raises questions about the oil sands' economic viability

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How OPEC missed the North American shale revolution

"Today, another kind of “oil crisis” is underway – not for the West, but for OPEC. And this latest threat has a name: fracking."

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Infographic: A visual breakdown of the global thirst for LNG

Looking at market demand for LNG by volume and global share

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China, Russia and the waning demand for Canadian oil

After closing gigantic supply deals with Russia, does China still need Canadian production?

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Ronald Pantin has two years to replace 60,000 bpd

Faced with losing key production from its namesake field, the Pacific Rubiales CEO looks beyond Colombia

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Following the (primarily U.S.) money funding Canada’s anti-oil movement

It is no coincidence that U.S. foundations are funding a multimillion-dollar campaign against Canadian energy.

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In light of Keystone delays, is NAFTA becoming obsolete?

“There’s no question – at least at that time – that U.S. policy toward Canada was aimed at security of supply”

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