The Canadian oil industry entered 2016 on a hopeful note as a number of key story lines hinted at better days to come. Here are the top 3 Canadian oil stories to watch in 2016.
The premiers of Alberta and Manitoba agreed Friday to co-operate on energy efficiency and climate change, but there’s no firm commitment yet on Manitoba’s support for the proposed Energy East pipeline.
Oil’s plunge to below $31 Monday has spurred a bold call from one financial giant that the Bank of Canada will cut rates on Jan. 20.
At a vast dumpsite in the west of Ghana's capital Accra, small fires burn among piles of old computers, television screens and laptops, throwing plumes of thick black smoke into the air.
GE and Accenture have announced a breakthrough software solution that helps pipeline operators make informed decisions around pipeline safety and integrity.
Canada is headed for a rocky year as low oil prices continue to drag on economic performance, the chief economists of some of Canada’s biggest banks said Tuesday.