Oil lobby group registers as third-party election advertiser

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers has registered for the first time as a third-party advertiser for a federal election.  Third party groups are

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Pipeline rupture sends 40,000 litres of oil into Alberta creek

The Alberta Energy Regulator says a pipeline has spilled 40,000 litres (roughly 250 barrels) of crude oil into a creek. The regulator says on

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Energy analyst calls on province to create new agency to monitor oil and gas industry ahead of LNG boom

A new report from a B.C. think tank says B.C.’s Oil and Gas Commission has failed to adequately monitor industry activity in northeastern B.C.,

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‘The Beast’ ride at Playland shut down after malfunction leaves guests covered in oil

A ride called “The Beast” at Vancouver’s Playland amusement park has been temporarily shut down after a malfunction caused a loud grinding sound that

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Alberta oil inventories fall to lowest levels since 2017, energy data group says

Alberta’s oil storage levels — so high last year the province initiated mandatory production cuts — fell to their lowest levels in nearly two years in July, according

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Oil and gas giant sets big target of net zero oilsands emissions

Canada’s largest oil and gas producer is setting an ambitious target, albeit aspirational, to reduce the amount of pollution from its oilsands operations to

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Husky pleads guilty to 3 charges in Saskatchewan oil spill

Husky Energy has pleaded guilty in a pipeline leak that sent oil spilling into a major river that provides drinking water for a number

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Sale shows big loss in investment value of China-backed Alberta oil project

A Chinese company’s $817-million investment in a northern Alberta heavy oil project nine years ago has collapsed in value to less than $80 million,

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Q&A: What it really means for Alberta to ‘turns off the taps’ on oil to B.C.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney now has the political authority to “turn off the taps” on oil and gas exports to British Columbia should he choose to do

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Should B.C. regulate the price of gas? Economist says it’s the antidote to oil industry ‘gouging’

A Vancouver-based economist says the oil industry is “gouging” Vancouver consumers and is calling on the province to regulate the price of gasoline. Marc

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