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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Canada Oil & Gas News

Legally, oil spill response appropriate: maritime lawyer
There are two organizations: Transport Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard. Transport Canada organizes the overall framework of oil spill response, but when there is an incident it is the Canadian Coast Guard.

Resource Dependence Could Prove Fatal For Canadian Economy
Low oil prices have thrown Canada’s resource-dependent economy into turmoil, with rising unemployment and a swathe of cancellations in resource projects nationwide



Friday, April 10, 2015

Canada Oil & Gas News

Vancouver mayor calls oil-spill response ‘totally inadequate’
The response by Canada’s federal government to an oil spill in Vancouver’s English Bay was “totally inadequate,” Mayor Gregor Robertson said, soon after the spill spread to beaches in West Vancouver. A sailboat cuts through fuel, believed to be leaking from a bulk carrier ship, Thursday, April 9, 2015, in Vancouver. It took six hours to boom the spill, 13 hours to tell Vancouver city officials ...

Canada's jobless rate: Steady for now but may poke higher
Some economists expect to see 10,000 jobs lost

Vancouver oil spill: Part of Stanley Park seawall, English Bay closed for cleanup
Transport Canada said an aerial survey on Friday morning determined that almost all of the oil in the water had been cleaned up by skimmers on Thursday with only a few small patches remaining.

Report says climate policy all about Alberta
Pumpjacks at work pumping crude oil near Halkirk, Alta., June 20, 2007. With Canada's premiers poised to meet next week in Quebec City to discuss energy strategy and climate change, forces are girding for battle - with Alberta's oilsands the figurative no-man's land that lies between the warring world views.

Climate clash: is there a middle way?
Pumpjacks at work pumping crude oil near Halkirk, Alta., June 20, 2007. With Canada's premiers poised to meet next week in Quebec City to discuss energy strategy and climate change, forces are girding for battle - with Alberta's oilsands the figurative no-man's land that lies between the warring world views.



Thursday, April 9, 2015

Canada Oil & Gas News

Canada building permits fall for second month in Feb
The value of Canadian building permits fell in February, declining for the second month in a row on lower construction intentions in central Canada and oil-rich Alberta, data from Statistics Canada showed on Thursday. The value of residential permits rose 1.5 percent amid a 20.7 percent surge in multi-family building permits. By province, Quebec saw the largest decline in building permits ...

Canada building permits fall for second month in February
The value of Canadian building permits fell in February, declining for the second month in a row on lower construction intentions in central Canada and oil-rich Alberta, data from Statistics Canada showed on Thursday. The value of residential permits rose 1.5 percent amid a 20.7 percent surge in multi-family building permits. By province, Quebec saw the largest decline in building permits ...



Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Canada Oil & Gas News

Canada's Suncor Energy says to implement operating budget cuts in 2015
Canada's largest oil and gas company Suncor Energy Inc said on Wednesday that it expected to largely implement operating budget cuts of C$600 million ($476 million) to C$800 million in 2015, ahead of the previously projected two-year period. The company had said in January that it would also cut about 1,000 jobs, freeze hiring and slash C$1 billion in capital spending in response to falling ...






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