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Gordon Jaremko

Gordon Jaremko worked as a reporter and editor for Canadian daily newspapers, wire services and monthly magazines for 38 years in Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa, primarily covering politics, economics and business with emphasis on the Alberta petroleum industry. He has contributed to four books and has become an independent contractor engaged on two history projects. He has been contributing to Intelligence Press since 1986.

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Canada Correspondent | Calgary, AB

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U.S. Natural Gas Exports Grew 13% in 2020 Despite Pandemic, Says DOE

U.S. Natural Gas Exports Grew 13% in 2020 Despite Pandemic, Says DOE

U.S. natural gas exports via pipeline and liquefied natural gas (LNG) rose 13.4% year/year in 2020 despite the pandemic, although that was down from the previous annual increase of 29%, according to the latest trade scorecard of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Total 2020 U.S. gas exports to Canada, Mexico and overseas LNG markets…

May 11, 2021
Enbridge Sees ‘Renewed Interest’ in U.S. Gulf Crude, LNG Exports as Pandemic Fears Fade

Enbridge Sees ‘Renewed Interest’ in U.S. Gulf Crude, LNG Exports as Pandemic Fears Fade

Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge Inc. said Friday it was seeing an uptick in interest for crude and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the U.S. Gulf Coast amid an anticipated global economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. “Our solid regional footprint and premier North American integrated pipeline networks are ideally positioned to capitalize on these…

May 10, 2021
TC Says Virus-Related Delays Still Hindering Coastal GasLink, Mexico’s Villa De Reyes Projects

TC Says Virus-Related Delays Still Hindering Coastal GasLink, Mexico’s Villa De Reyes Projects

TC Energy Corp. said the pandemic continues to inflict headaches on the biggest project under construction, the Coastal GasLink supply line  designed to feed liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply for the Royal Dutch Shell plc-led LNG Canada project in northern British Columbia. “We continue to expect project costs to increase significantly along with a delay…

May 9, 2021
Pembina Sees Green Shoots in Western Canadian Unconventionals as Commodity Prices Improve

Pembina Sees Green Shoots in Western Canadian Unconventionals as Commodity Prices Improve

Western Canada-focused Pembina Pipeline Corp. painted a rosy outlook in its first quarter earnings report for a Canadian industry-wide recovery amid improving commodity prices, with volumes from the Montney Shale and the Duvernay formation expected to grow. “Over the past few quarters, across both the pipelines and facilities divisions, we have seen steady increases in…

May 7, 2021
Canadian Natural Expands Natural Gas Production, Gains on Rise in Commodity Prices

Canadian Natural Expands Natural Gas Production, Gains on Rise in Commodity Prices

Calgary production giant Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (CNRL) scored a comeback in the first three months of 2021, reversing losses inflicted a year earlier by Covid-19 and the slump in oil and gas prices. “As the global vaccine distribution increases and crude oil demand recovers, especially in the United States, we are seeing improved commodity…

May 7, 2021
Canada’s Tourmaline Ramps Natural Gas Production 30% Higher Year/Year

Canada’s Tourmaline Ramps Natural Gas Production 30% Higher Year/Year

Tapping liquids-rich Canadian unconventional natural gas and a continent-wide marketing program paid off for Tourmaline Oil Corp. in the first three months of this year. As the top natural gas producer drilling only in Canada, the Calgary explorer scored a 30% gain to 1.91 Bcf/d in the quarter from 1.47 Bcf/d a year earlier. Liquids…

May 6, 2021
Suncor Says Global Vaccine Deployments Herald Growth for Oil, Refined Products

Suncor Says Global Vaccine Deployments Herald Growth for Oil, Refined Products

Output grew and profits revived across Suncor Energy Inc.’s wells-to-wheels chain of Alberta oil and national refining and retailing operations during the first three months of this year. Management said it was well positioned to maintain financial health across its production to retail chain “as the deployment of  vaccines leads to recovering economies and an…

May 5, 2021
Trans Mountain Route Changes Said Favored by Native Tribes

Trans Mountain Route Changes Said Favored by Native Tribes

Route and construction changes have ended the second British Columbia (BC) native rights dispute that threatened to delay the C$12.6 billion ($10 billion) Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion (TMX). Semá:th (Sumas) First Nation dropped years-long opposition after TMX re-engineered the project leg across tribal territory near the U.S. border in the Fraser Valley at Abbotsford, 50…

May 4, 2021
Goldboro LNG Secures Road Access, but Numerous Obstacles Remain

Goldboro LNG Secures Road Access, but Numerous Obstacles Remain

Nine years after announcing tanker shipments would start in 2018, the $10 billion plan for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from Canada’s Atlantic coast has secured road access to its terminal site but has not begun construction. Nova Scotia Environment Minister Keith Irving granted the road permit for Goldboro LNG, and owner Pieridae Energy Ltd.…

May 4, 2021
Imperial Posts Across-the-Board Gains, with Production Strongest in 30 Years

Imperial Posts Across-the-Board Gains, with Production Strongest in 30 Years

Calgary-based Imperial Oil Ltd. returned to profitability during the first three months of 2021, lifted by higher commodity prices and improved operations. President Brad Corson, who discussed the results during a conference call with his management team, attributed the first quarter gains to “decisive actions to weather the economic storm throughout 2020, including making fundamental…

May 3, 2021
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