Sarnia’s Scott Archer could only shake his head when Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared an energy emergency in the midst of a severe February storm.
Twenty-six-year-old Daniel Baker is excited about getting started on a career in energy. It’s an appealing field for a young person, he says, because the sector has a bright future.
Nicole Bourque-Bouchier is looking forward to getting back to work this summer on the next phase of an oil sands technology pilot that could significantly improve tailings reclamation.
Benefits to Indigenous communities are expanding as construction advances on the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion.
Negotiations are underway that could soon see large volumes of Alberta oil sands crude delivered to ocean export tankers in solid form, according to leaders with BitCrude, the Calgary-based company that invented the process.
How oil and gas divestment hurts Canadians: Q&A with Gina Pappano, former TSX head of market intelligence
The movement to discourage investment in Canada’s oil and gas sector is wrong and must be challenged, says the former head of market intelligence at the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Some businesses in Minnesota are seeing “beyond remarkable” increases in customers and sales thanks to construction of the Line 3 Replacement Project.
Oil sands producer Suncor Energy is restarting construction of a major project that is expected to significantly decrease its greenhouse gas emissions per barrel.
New permits for Enbridge to replace a pipeline on the lakebed of Michigan’s Straits of Mackinac with an underground utility tunnel are a step forward, but there’s still a chance the governor of Michigan will succeed in her efforts to shut it down entirely.
Oil and gas will continue to dominate US energy consumption through 2050, according to the latest outlook from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).