Down to Business podcast: How carbon capture could transform Canada’s economy and energy industry

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Natural Gas Companies are Doing Themselves In — Hypergeometric

As I wrote before, there will be no Golden Age of Natural Gas. The climate periodical DeSmog Blog now reports on its outright dissolution. But the surprise is that natural gas miners, particularly shale gas miners, are apparently destroying themselves. This comes from an an article at DeSmog Blog recounting a talk by Steve Schlotterbeck, […] via Natural Gas Companies are Doing Themselves In — Hypergeometric Continue reading Natural Gas Companies are Doing Themselves In — Hypergeometric

BEPPLE – Political will can take us from gas guzzlers to electric vehicles — ArmchairMayor.ca

I GREW UP WHEN KIDS bounced around in the back seats of cars because there were no seatbelts, let alone child car seats. Except for one time when the family car went flying into the ditch and narrowly missed a telephone pole, it all worked out for me and my siblings. Kids would still be […] via BEPPLE – Political will can take us from gas guzzlers to electric vehicles — ArmchairMayor.ca Continue reading BEPPLE – Political will can take us from gas guzzlers to electric vehicles — ArmchairMayor.ca

UPDATE 2-OPEC set for oil cut extension if Iran endorses pact — Financial Post

VIENNA — OPEC and its allies look set to extend oil supply cuts next week at least until the end of 2019 as Iraq joined top producers Saudi Arabia and Russia on Sunday in endorsing a policy aimed at propping up the price of crude amid a weakening global economy. Read More via UPDATE 2-OPEC set for oil cut extension if Iran endorses pact — Financial Post Continue reading UPDATE 2-OPEC set for oil cut extension if Iran endorses pact — Financial Post

Environment — Earth Report

Trump’s Alaska drilling study slammed The Trump administration failed to adequately consider oil spills, climate change and the welfare of polar bears in its expedited study of proposed drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, according to comments published by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The unusually harsh criticism from federal wildlife regulators could […] via Environment — Earth Report Continue reading Environment — Earth Report

Fresh blow to Canada’s oil industry as key pipeline delayed by a year — Financial Post

In a major blow to the Canadian oil industry, Enbridge Inc. now expects the replacement and expansion of its Line 3 crude oil pipeline to be in service about a year later than expected. The project, previously slated to start shipping crude in the fourth quarter of this year, is now expected to enter service… via Fresh blow to Canada’s oil industry as key pipeline delayed by a year — Financial Post Continue reading Fresh blow to Canada’s oil industry as key pipeline delayed by a year — Financial Post

Keystone pipeline likely source of Missouri crude spill, says TransCanada — no restart date yet — Financial Post

TransCanada declares force majeure on oil shipments through critical artery to U.S. via Keystone pipeline likely source of Missouri crude spill, says TransCanada — no restart date yet — Financial Post Continue reading Keystone pipeline likely source of Missouri crude spill, says TransCanada — no restart date yet — Financial Post

B.C. First Nation near pipeline explosion files lawsuit against Enbridge — Financial Post

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A British Columbia First Nation near the explosion of a natural gas transmission pipeline owned by Enbridge has filed a lawsuit against the energy company. Chief Dominic Frederick of Lheidli T’enneh First Nation near Prince George said their B.C. Supreme Court civil lawsuit asks for a permanent injunction preventing Enbridge from… via B.C. First Nation near pipeline explosion files lawsuit against Enbridge — Financial Post Continue reading B.C. First Nation near pipeline explosion files lawsuit against Enbridge — Financial Post

Western Energy sends drilling rig to southern U.S. as Canadian activity dries up — @FinancialPost @brownrbjr2002

CALGARY — Drilling companies continue to move rigs from Western Canada to the more active oilfields of the southern United States. Calgary-based Western Energy Services Corp. says it moved a drilling rig from Canada to the U.S. Permian Basin oil play in western Texas and southeastern New Mexico early this year and will likely move… via Western Energy sends drilling rig to southern U.S. as Canadian activity dries up — Financial Post   Continue reading Western Energy sends drilling rig to southern U.S. as Canadian activity dries up — @FinancialPost @brownrbjr2002

‘Heavy-handed’ intervention will not alleviate Alberta’s pain in long-term — Financial Post

‘It’s extremely influential for really kickstarting Canadian oil prices’ via ‘Heavy-handed’ intervention will not alleviate Alberta’s pain in long term — Financial Post Continue reading ‘Heavy-handed’ intervention will not alleviate Alberta’s pain in long-term — Financial Post