Even the old mainstay growth customer, Alberta thermal oilsands projects, will let down Canadian natural gas producers, says a fall crop of industry and government forecasts that lean prices will continue to prevail. Read More
Natural gas has emerged as the winner in two power projects launched to comply with an Alberta government environmental policyrequiring replacement of coal-fired generating stations with cleaner alternatives. Read More
Preparations began Sunday to resume nearly one million b/d of production shut down when a forest fire nicknamed “The Beast” forced evacuation of all 85,000 residents of the northeastern Alberta oil sands capital, Fort McMurray.
Canada’s chief fossil fuel producer province has moved closer to fulfilling ambitions of winning a role in the forecast North American petrochemical renaissance, thanks to an Oklahoma specialty firm in gas processing and transportation. Read More
Poor prices are breathing life into plans to slow down the growth rate of natural gas use by northern Alberta thermal oilsands plants, the biggest Canadian industrial fuel consumer and source of carbon emissions. Read More
Natural gas consumption for thermal oilsands extraction -- Canada's biggest, fastest-growing industrial fuel burner -- stubbornly resists efficiency efforts and could increase faster than bitumen output, according to a new industry review. Read More
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