CNRL

Big Brother Is watching Canadian oil sands producers

Government is monitoring oil and gas projects by satellite. Operators should look up More →

Photo: Private aviation serving the oil sands continues to soar

It costs an annual $42,000 to fly one laborer into Alberta’s remote northeastern boreal forests More →

Media-shy Canadian Natural Resources speaks up after bitumen seepage near Cold Lake

Tour of affected areas breaks CNRL's typically media-shy approach More →

Production companies like MEG Energy could be rewarded for investing in oil storage

Very few oil sands production companies choose to own their own storage, creating a physical hedge against oil price fluctuations, and the fluctuating demand for terminal space. Why not? More →

Water fowl and other wildlife washed in rehabilitation attempt after CNRL bitumen seepage

Animal handlers attempt to rehabilitate wildlife affected by bitumen emulsion in Cold Lake More →

Meet the best-connected directors in the oil patch

A look at the bonds that tie Alberta's energy heavy-hitters More →

Former Suncor, CNRL heavyweights join Penn West’s board

Rick George and Allan Markin appointed as chairman, vice-chairman of struggling producer More →