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Oilpatch loaded with 'lame duck' CEOs
Allan Markin decided to resign without notice on Monday afternoon as chairman of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. after 23 years because he didn't want to be a lame duck, says Jack Davis, former Calgary Health Region chief executive and spokesman for ...
A quarter of discounts, price collapses
In mid-February Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. shut down its oil sands plant to complete “an unplanned maintenance” and reduced its 2012 annual production target for the plant.
Investors are the casualties in a booming oil patch
Just in the past 12 months, the Canadian energy index has fallen about 19 per cent. Some of its most important players are faring even worse.
How three small businesses tapped the oil sands
One of Canada's biggest oil sands miners, it employs 5,500 people. ... Birch Mountain Enterprises Ltd. was ready to go.
Low natural gas price casts doubt on 'proven' reserves
“It's a safe assumption that a large part of Canada's natural gas reserves are [overstated]” said Eric Nuttall, portfolio manager for Sprott Energy Fund.
Alberta oil sands fire loss tallied at $726 million
Canadian Natural Resources (CNR) Limited indicated in a release of fourth-quarter and year-end 2011 financial results that its Horizon coker fire business interruption claim was $333 million.
What you'll be eating soon
The world population of seven billion is expected to be more than nine billion by 2050; with climate change, limited resources like land and water, and growing wealth in developing countries—where more people are clamouring for a better diet ...
Should Alberta take a larger share of oil sands revenue?
If you had an investment portfolio worth hundreds of billions or even trillions of dollars, chances are that you'd keep a watchful eye on how it's managed.
The widening gap in Canada's labour market
... to places where there are jobs. “What is disappointing is how limited Canadians are in their ability to relocate,” Mr. Calver said.
Russians follow Chinese into Canada's oil patch
Its top natural gas company, Gazprom, was in talks for years to partner with Petro-Canada in a liquefied natural gas business involving exporting Russian gas in liquid form from a Baltic port near St. Petersburg and building a regasification terminal ...