The 10th edition of CSA B139 is here, and in it are a number of key changes for enhanced safety in the installation and use of oil-burning equipment. Developed and updated by a technical committee under the jurisdiction of the Fuels and Appliances Strategic Steering Committee, this standard has unde...

23.04.20 03:17 PM - Comment(s)

Part 1 of the Standard for Completing Greenhouse Gas Compliance and Forecasting Reports is adopted by the Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation (the “Regulation”), under the authority of section 61 of the Climate Change and Emissions Management Act (the “Act”).
Part 1 of the Standard is enforce...

23.04.20 03:15 PM - Comment(s)

The Canadian Forest Service released Regeneration Techniques for Restoring

Forest Cover on Oil and Gas Sites and Vegetation Management for Restoring Forest Cover on Oil and Gas Sites.

The Regeneration Techniques for Restoring Forest Cover on Oil and Gas Sites guidebook provides background knowledge a...

23.04.20 02:58 PM - Comment(s)

OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says it makes no sense for Ottawa to use one hand to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5 billion, and another to push legislation that would deter investors from future energy projects. 

Notley was in Ottawa Thursday giving the Senate her take on Bi...

23.04.20 02:40 PM - Comment(s)

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) made a number of recommendations on Wednesday, ahead of this year’s provincial election, aimed at doubling investment in the provincial energy sector.

Greater market access, lower corporate and municipal taxes, a straightforward regulatory proces...

23.04.20 02:34 PM - Comment(s)

An energy company operating in B.C.’s northeast and now in receivership has left 300 to 500 wells facing possible designation as orphan – or abandoned – at a potential cost of $40 million to $90 million to the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission (BCOGC). 

23.04.20 02:23 PM - Comment(s)

The head of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. has voiced his displeasure at the idea of Alberta's $3.7-billion deal with Canada’s two biggest rail companies to ship more crude via rail amid a pipeline crunch squeezing oilsands producers.

The CEO was referring to Premier Rachel Notley’s decision to work ...

23.04.20 02:08 PM - Comment(s)

The National Energy Board (NEB) today delivered its Reconsideration report to the Government of Canada, with an overall recommendation that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (Project) is in the Canadian public interest and should be approved.

The NEB will impose 156 conditions on the Project if i...

23.04.20 01:40 PM - Comment(s)

CALGARY – The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada reached a record high in December.

Canada exported nearly 354,000 barrels per day of oil, up seven per cent from November’s total of 330,400 bpd and the 152,000 bpd moved in December 2017.

23.04.20 01:28 PM - Comment(s)

The Alberta government says it’s investing $3.7 billion to move the province’s land-locked oil to market by rail.

It says 4,400 leased railway cars will move up to 120,000 bbls/d by 2020.

Shipments are expected to begin as early as July.

23.04.20 01:07 PM - Comment(s)