Alberta

  • UEA’s TAQA to Sell Assets in British Columbia , Alberta

    UEA’s TAQA to Sell Assets in British Columbia , Alberta

    Wednesday, 4th August 2021

    The two companies agreed on terms of sales and they are waiting for the Alberta Energy Board's approval to close the deal.

  • Alberta Set to Increase Production Ahead of Schedule

    Alberta Set to Increase Production Ahead of Schedule

    Sunday, 25th October 2020

    Canada’s most prolific oil-producing province, Alberta, is set to increase its crude production in December ahead of schedule as coronavirus-related shutdowns ease congestion.

  • Canada Introduces New Programs to Increase Oil&Gas Output

    Canada Introduces New Programs to Increase Oil&Gas Output

    Wednesday, 13th July 2016
    Canada's sixth largest province, Alberta, has introduced two new incentive programs, directed at oil and gas companies, that aim to promote investing in new exploration and enhanced recovery of existing wells.
  • Huge Wildfire Disrupts Canada Oil Production

    Huge Wildfire Disrupts Canada Oil Production

    Monday, 9th May 2016
    The out-of-control wildfire that is scorching large swathes of land and displacing thousands of people in Alberta, Canada, has also knocked out nearly a third of Canada's daily crude oil production.
  • TransCanada Calls for More Time on Cross-border Pipeline

    TransCanada Calls for More Time on Cross-border Pipeline

    Tuesday, 3rd November 2015
    TransCanada, the company tasked with building a mammoth oil pipeline linking Canada and the United States, has asked the US government to postpone a final decision on whether the project will go ahead, apparently fearing a negative outcome.
  • Shell Gives a Tentative No to Alberta Oil Sands

    Shell Gives a Tentative No to Alberta Oil Sands

    Thursday, 29th October 2015
    Royal Dutch Shell Plc announced that it will not continue construction of its 80,000 b/d Carmon Creek thermal oil sands project in northern Alberta because of the lack of infrastructure to move Canadian crude to market