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Imperial Oil exploring HQ options in Calgary
CALGARY - Energy giant Imperial Oil continues to explore the possibility of building a new office tower to house its Calgary employees after surveying its staff earlier this year.
Executive Compensation: Rankings for Canada's top earners
(1) New CEO in 2011. (2) Option value includes both Encana options and Cenovus replacement options. (3) Includes compensation from Exxon Mobil and ownership of both Imperial Oil and Exxon Mobil. (4) Includes compensation and ownership from Power ...
IN PICTURES: The Prince Edward Hotel in its prime
(Above: View of the southeast corner of 10th Street and Princess Avenue, showing the Prince Edward Hotel (left) and an Imperial Oil Building (right) circa 1932. Fred McGuinness remembers that the ... Ltd. Courtesy the Brandon General Museum and Archive ...
Ranking Canada's top 1000 public companies by profit
The Top 1000 rankings in ROB Magazine and this website only provide a limited snapshot of data for the top 1000 companies in Canada.
Electromagnetic heat passes test in oilsands
A consortium made up of privately held Laricina Energy Ltd., oilsands veterans Nexen Inc. and Suncor Energy Inc., and technology owner Harris Corp.
ExxonMobil puts plug in gas project
What it's really hammering is the exploration activity and drilling of new wells.” Besides ExxonMobil, other Sable project partners are Shell Canada Energy, Imperial Oil Resources, Pengrowth Energy Corp. and Mosbacher Operating Ltd. (bbundale@herald.ca ...
Rising Bakken production may impact oil sands projects: report
Oil sands output will rise by a million barrels a day by 2015, but will have to compete with 1.2 million bpd of new Bakken output for limited space on the congested pipelines. The oil sands' high development costs makes them especially susceptible to ...
New mortgage rules may cool Toronto's hot housing market
Increased levels of construction in some Canadian cities concerned bank executives including Gerald McCaughey, CEO of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, who said in April that a high level of homebuilding could create a glut, leading to a market ...
buzz is growing that world leaders will fire off a globally co-ordinated bazooka
... risk from Europe is the greatest threat to his reelection,” he added. Whatever the likelihood of imminent coordinated bank intervention, it is important to remember that central banks'—and particularly the Fed's—powers are expansive and not ...
Fukushima Daiichi: From Nuclear Power Plant to Nuclear Weapon
A more recent equivalent is the campaign of the old, entrenched and sumptuously-funded lobby of Big Oil to deny that the massive burning of its main product over generations is affecting the global atmosphere.