Why Your Waste-Oil Combustion Product Needs a Metering Pump
Waste-oil combustion products are only as efficient as their ability to facilitate combustion,and balance must be perfect for combustion within the chamber.
Irving Oil of Canada Successfully Acquired Top Oil Ireland
Tedcastle group of companies, an Irish-based energy marketing and distribution organization, operating under the brand name Top Oil, has been successf...
How Low Oil Prices Are Affecting Canada's Banks
The decline in global oil prices between mid-2014 and February 2016 had a dramatic impact on many economies around the world. Prices slid below the average costs of production for many oil-producing nations, which in turn rendered their
Canada's Oil Cuts Are Working, But For How Long?
Oil prices in Canada are rising due to government mandated production cuts. Premier Rachel Notley's bold move appears to be working, but can it continue?
Why The Latest Keystone Spill Is Disastrous For Canadian Oil
The Keystone Pipeline was shut down this week after it ruptured and spilled in North Dakota...
Why Canada just pumps out cheap oil
Oil prices are rising internationally, but Canada's oil patch isn't seeing the benefit one might expect from that. The reasons why are complicated but serious enough to have the Bank of Canada's attention.
How are Canadian oil sands different than other oil?
George from Florida asked, "How are Canadian oil sands different than other oil being transported around the United States?"
Irving Oil Canada in Talks to Acquire Top Fuel Brand in Ireland
Various reports are suggesting that Irving Oil of Canada is in talks to acquire the Top Fuel Brand business in Ireland. Irving Oil Canada based in New...
U.S., Canada Seen as Top Spots for Oil, Gas Dealmaking in 2019
Most global oil and gas executives expect to make deals to buy or sell assets in 2019, nearly 10% above the global average...
As Canadian oil exports increase, research explores effects of crude oil on native salmon
Oil spills spell disaster for affected wildlife, leading to detrimental outcomes, including suffocation, poisoning and problems related to exposure to crude oil and its components. Research from the University of Guelph in Canada takes a closer look at the potential effects on regional salmon populations as Canada eyes expansion of its crude oil export capacity. The findings will be presented at the American Physiological Society's (APS)…
Canada adapting to cheaper oil to avoid going way of the auto industry
The Group of Seven’s biggest oil exporter may see drilling investment slashed by $23.2 billion in the coming 12 months, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That’s a 29 percent reduction from t…
Irving Oil One Of Canada's Top Employers For Third Straight Year
Innovatia, the University of New Brunswick, and Saint John-based CBCL, an engineering and environmental firm with offices in Fredericton and Moncton, also made the list.
Canada is protecting orcas from oil spills. Why aren’t we?
Washington should do better on reviewing refinery expansions. And it must focus on the harm done by vessel noise.
Why is Canada still importing Saudi Arabia’s ‘dirty oil?’
Given that Canada is the fourth largest oil producer in the world and has more than enough oil to supply the whole country, it has long irked Western oil producers that while opposition to pipelines and tanker traffic on the West Coast has met with vociferous opposition, oil tankers from Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Nigeria, and Norway regularly unload on the East Coast and yet there is not the same outcry.
What if Canada had spent $200bn on wind energy instead of oil?
Since 1999, more than $200bn has been invested into the Alberta oil sands. But what if it had gone to wind instead?
Canada's Top Heavy Oil Producer Eyes Lighter Crude
Canadian heavy oil is the weakest in almost five years.
How have oil price fluctuations impacted the Canadian labour market?
As one of the world’s top ten oil producing countries, Canada is one of many markets across the globe directly affected by the dramatic fluctuations in oil
Why Shell Has All But Given Up on Canada's Oil Sands
Are Canada’s oil sands losing their luster? More than a decade ago, big multinational energy companies were flocking to the Western province of Alberta in droves, lured by a wealth of heavy crude in its bitumen-rich sands when oil was trading north of $100 a barrel. Smith School professor Charles E. Olson explains why times are changing. Read more...
How the oil sands industry is benefiting companies based in other parts of Canada
Forget Dutch disease. Alberta’s oil sands are becoming a nationwide industry
Looking back at the last 10 years in Canadian oil and gas
As Alberta Oil celebrates its 10th year, we reflect upon the biggest deals, the most regrettable gaffes and the greatest victories of the last decade