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Canadian province Alberta increases 2019-20 budget deficit forecast

Oct 24 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Alberta, Canada's main oil-producing province, said on Thursday its budget deficit would increase in the 2019-20 fiscal year because of a provision made for potential losses on crude-by-rail contracts that were signed by the previous government.

Canada's Husky steers investment away from Alberta due to oil curtailments

Oct 24 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Husky Energy Inc is directing investment away from Canada's main oil-producing province Alberta and toward other parts of the country because of government production limits, chief executive Rob Peabody said on Thursday.

Canadian election stokes sense of alienation in western oil patch

Oct 22 2019

CALGARY, Alberta/OTTAWA, Oct 22 Canada's federal election on Monday left the country's western oil patch without any representation in Ottawa, furthering a sense of alienation in a region already deeply frustrated with the government's energy and pipeline policies.

Canada's oil and gas sector wary of left-leaning parties in minority government

Oct 22 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Canada's energy industry saw its worst-case election result materialize on Monday as the Liberals failed to secure a majority government, leaving them in need of support from left-leaning parties that are opposed to new oil pipelines.

TC Energy to cut October volumes on Keystone oil pipeline after force majeure: sources

Oct 17 2019

NEW YORK/CALGARY TC Energy Corp will cut crude volumes flowing through the Keystone oil pipeline for the rest of October after declaring force majeure due to a snowstorm in Manitoba over the weekend, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.

TC Energy declares force majeure on Keystone oil pipeline deliveries: sources

Oct 16 2019

NEW YORK/CALGARY, Alberta TC Energy Corp has declared force majeure on shipments on its 590,000-barrel-per-day (bpd) Keystone oil pipeline after a snow storm hit Manitoba over the weekend, disrupting operations, the company confirmed on Wednesday.

Canada's Co-op Refinery preparing for possible strike action

Oct 16 2019

The 135,000 barrel per day Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan, is preparing for possible strike action after the local workers union declared an impasse in negotiations over pensions.

UPDATE 1-Warren Buffett-backed Canadian firm announces $200 million Alberta wind farm

Oct 15 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Oct 15 BHE Canada, a unit of billionaire Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Energy, will start construction on a $200 million wind farm in southeast Alberta next year, the company said on Tuesday.

Canada's Alberta moves closer to creating 'energy war room'

Oct 09 2019

CALGARY, Alberta The government of Alberta, Canada's main oil-producing province, on Wednesday took the first steps toward establishing its so-called 'energy war room' aimed at boosting the image of the oil and gas industry.

UPDATE 1-Syncrude oil sands project cuts October sales by 1.4 million barrels - sources

Oct 03 2019

CALGARY, Alberta, Oct 3 The Syncrude oil sands project in northern Alberta has cut October synthetic crude sales by 1.4 million barrels because planned maintenance at the plant has been extended, three market sources said on Thursday.

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