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Cenovus retires $1 billion in debt as oil price surge lifts Canadian energy sector
With energy prices on the rebound as global economies reopen and travel resumes, companies like Cenovus are suddenly awash in cash.
Introducing OPTIS Cardlock – EMV Certified Cardlock Payments
OPTIS Cardlock is Wiz-Tec’s latest addition to the fuel control systems industry.
Alberta buys Sturgeon Lake refinery stake
Mounting contractual costs force government’s hand.
Saskatchewan premier says Ottawa has rejected province's carbon pricing plan
Liberal government has adopted legislation that commits Canada to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Circle K launches fuel transport fleet in Europe
The plan is to build on the company’s U.S. success model and continue to expand across Europe to achieve a strategic competitive advantage.
Oil is rebounding, but rural municipalities are waiting on their bills
Several Saskatchewan communications are out money because oil and gas companies working within their borders declared bankruptcy in recent years.
Initiative includes a redesign of the company’s logo, tagline, website and communication tools.
N.L.'s $505 million aid for oilfield a sign of strength, not a precedent: Minister
Terra Nova reached an agreement in principle that will see it continue, at least until the fall, rather than shut it down entirely.
McDougall Energy acquires Rosen Energy Group
This move expands McDougall’s footprint into new communities across Ontario.
Alberta is gambling its future on carbon capture
On the same day Keystone XL was officially axed, Alberta's oil and gas industry made two massive bets designed to extend the life of the oilsands indefinitely.
The inside scoop on Imperial Oil's redesigned Synergy Supreme
Benefits include an advanced additive package that provides enhanced engine protection.
Keystone XL pipeline project cancelled by TC Energy after over a decade of delays
Another Canadian Construction on the pipeline was suspended earlier this year after newly elected U.S. President Joe Biden fulfilled a campaign promise to cancel its presidential permit in January.
Does Canada need another pipeline, feds ask days after Biden cancels Keystone XL
Canada's Natural Resources Minister: "I don't know.''
Suncor vows to become net-zero by 2050
Strategy includes Suncor helping its customers contribute to a net-zero world by providing them with cleaner energy choices such as renewable fuels and the Petro-Canada Electric Highway.