Oil Sands

Senate Energy Committee Visits Western Canada for Low Carbon Economy Study

The Senate of Canada’s committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources recently completed a week-long, fact-finding tour of Western Canada

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Minister of Transformation: Alberta’s Environment Minister On Her Changing Role—And The Province’s

Shannon Phillips is at the center of Alberta's transition into a carbon-conscious energy producer. But how far will she go?

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Unifor, the Dinosaur

Random drug and alcohol testing protects the human and labor rights of all employees. Unions should stop fighting progress

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Is the U.S. Finally Changing Its Tune on the Oil Sands?

When you have only one customer for your product, that customer is always right. Even when that customer is acting hypocritically, which is the case with the Canada-U.S. energy relationship today

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Suncor Wraps up COS Takeover

Suncor Offer to COS Shareholders Expires – 84 Percent of Shares Tendered

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The Long Pause: A Bearish Outlook For The Oil Sands

The International Energy Agency sees Canadian oil production "at a standstill" in the long-term amid reduced capital expenditures

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Imperial Oil’s Q4 Profits Slump 84 Percent

Output is up, but profits are down as low oil prices hit revenue

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