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Canada must act fast or miss LNG window: Shell CEO
The company's biggest project in Canada is the 255,000 barrel-a-day Athabasca oil sands project in northern Alberta, in which it has a 60% stake.
The upside of foreign ownership  Financial Post
Canadian oil production may hit six million bpd by 2020: CIBC
Canadian oil production may rise by as much as 2.5 million barrels per day by 2020, blowing past previous forecasts, according to a CIBC report published Wednesday.
Koch Brothers' Political Activism Protects Their 50-Year Stake in Canadian ...
In 2006, Koch put up for sale more than 374,000 acres "with 47 billion barrels of oil resource estimated to be in place," according to a sale announcement released by Koch Exploration Canada Corporation. That year the company also embarked on a buying ...
Oil patch's highway of death
Athabasca County council arranged for firefighters in Boyle, Plamondon and Grassland to fill in temporarily, but they're still on the job two years later, as the province mulls a consultant's report that made recommendations on emergency services on ...
Alberta Election – Party of Big Oil Defeats Party of Big Oil
This is an enormous issue in Alberta, centre of the environmentally catastrophic Athabasca tar sands. Smith herself acknowledged the role of climate change in her defeat, saying after the election that she and her party would have to reconsider some of ...
A Wealth of New Uranium Deposits Discovered around the World
The Athabasca basin of Canada hosts some of the world's largest and highest-grade uranium mines of similar aged rocks. Last week Fission Energy Corp. and its 50% joint venture partner ESO Uranium reported a significant anomalous radioactivity was ...
How Obama Helped Authorize Shell's Drilling the Arctic
President Barack Obama personally helped Shell obtain authorization to drill for oil in Alaska, according to a 4,678 word front page article in the New York Times.
Interview: Polly Higgins, lawyer and campaigner
The Athabasca Sands are deposits of bitumen that spread for 141,000 sq km, centred around the oil town of Fort McMurray.
Stavanger bishop threatens Statoil share withdrawal
At the same time, Statoil has entered the new Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) together with BP, Canadian Natural Resources, Cenovus Energy, ConocoPhillips, Devon Canada Corporation, Imperial Oil, Nexen, Shell, Suncor Energy, Teck ...