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Petronas' Progress Energy one of the busiest oil drillers in Canada
Last year, its wholly owned Canadian subsidiary, Progress Energy Canada Ltd., drilled 608,391 metres of hole, the sixth-highest total in the country, just ahead of Royal Dutch Shell plc, Daily Oil Bulletin records show.
Progress' great push to be first  StarPhoenix
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New optimism gripping Canada's energy patch as industry looks beyond ...
If the terms are acceptable, Michael Culbert, president and CEO of Progress Energy Canada Ltd., owned by Petronas of Malaysia, said his company is gearing up for a final investment decision before the end of the year.
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M&A pipeline is 'very full'
Those numbers could have been worse had activity not picked up in the final quarter of 2013 when Talisman Energy Inc. sold its Montney acreage to Progress Energy Canada Ltd. for $1.5-billion, the biggest deal of the year. Progress, now owned by ...
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Canadian Energy Exodus: The Real Story
Some large deals included China's CNOOC Ltd.'s (CEO - Analyst Report) $15 billion acquisition of Canadian energy explorer Nexen, Chevron Corp.
Canadian Energy Exodus: The Real Story - Analyst Blog  NASDAQ
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BC government forms liquefied natural gas working group
... be established in consultation with the members of the Premier's LNG Working Group, which includes the Haisla First Nation and industry representatives from BG Canada, Trans Canada, Spectra Energy, Kitimat LNG, Chevron, Progress Energy Canada Ltd ...
Triathlon Training: Go All In
A few weeks ago I was invited to give a speech to a company on what it meant to be all in. The company itself was at an interesting point in its evolution having achieved solid progress in the last years, but was now aiming to take a big leap of growth ...
Ag could miss export boat
"Ultimately the challenge for Australia is to formulate an energy policy that maximises the economic benefit of this country's gas reserves," the Rabo report noted.
The Weekly Bottom Line
Core consumer prices excluding food and energy also ticked up from 1.6% to 1.7% in March. Housing starts ... The core measure of inflation came in 0.1 points higher in March at 1.3% (Y/Y), well below the Bank of Canada's 2.0% target. ... As Janet ...
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Power from the oceans: Blue energy
This industry has taken a slow road: none of the myriad devices designed thus far has proved its worth in the highly competitive energy market, and few have survived prolonged exposure to the harsh conditions in the sea. Despite an overall ... In March ...
As If Israel Did Not Have Enough to Worry About
... even more isolated and under relentless attack than she currently is. Assuming Israel isn't totally consumed with addressing the myriad problems outlined earlier, what might she do with the limited amount of energy she could bring to bear on the ...