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Petro-Canada introduces IOS app
iPhone owners can start their fuelling session, pay with Apple Pay (or another credit card), save up to five credit cards in their digital wallet and email their receipts.
Electric vehicle sales surge, putting B.C. on track for emission reductions
Province has the highest reported uptake rate of electric vehicles in North America.
Canada launches hydrogen steering committee
Canada is one of the top 10 producers of hydrogen globally and a leading producer of fuel cells that use hydrogen.
McCowan Design & Manufacturing introduces the MU-803 Multistream Waste Recycle Station
Built to last in the Canadian climate
Mobile fuelling start-ups aim to sidestep gas stations
Fuel trucks pull up to driveways, street-side and parking lots to fill tanks to keep motorists motoring.
Gibson Energy and Suncor sign long-term service agreement
As part of the agreement, all existing assets at the Edmonton Terminal currently contracted with Suncor will be combined into a single Master Services Agreement.
Three quarters of oil and gas sector could be displaced in move to cut emissions
Efforts and resources to cut emissions should be matched by efforts and resources to help workers displaced in the process.
Parkland announces financial programs
“Our balance sheet flexibility provides the foundation to execute on our growth strategy.”
CICC welcomes two new members to its board of directors
Shell Canada and Cenovus Energy take a seat at the table.
Supreme Court rules federal carbon pricing law constitutional
The ruling puts an end to a years-long legal quest by the governments of Saskatchewan, Ontario and Alberta to challenge the law.
Nova Scotia Utilities Board lowers gas prices
In some areas prices dropped eight cents to around $1.23 for a litre of regular.
Age of electric: new charging stations set for Manitoba
Investments in zero-emission vehicle infrastructure is a component of the federal government's plan to address climate change.
Shareholders push Imperial Oil for carbon targets
Company says plans are in the works, but a vote on the issue is premature.
Independents dominate Canada's gasoline landscape
Non-refiner marketers are now the biggest group in retail gas sales Canada’s gasoline landscape is a varied one.