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TransCanada Corp. 'out working the street' pitching lower natural gas mainline toll to clinch deals

TransCanada Corp. is hoping that giving up a few more cents on its natural gas mainline tolls will go a long way in convincing energy producers to sign up for long-term contracts. 680 more words

Energy

TransCanada hopes lower tolls will gain long term pipeline commitments

TransCanada Corp. is hoping that giving up a few more cents on its natural gas main line tolls will go a long way in convincing energy producers to sign up for long-term contracts. 685 more words

Energy

Varcoe: Watching the pendulum swing on Alberta's fragile economy

ConocoPhillips Canada will cut up to 300 jobs this fall, while Encana Corp. expects to spend an additional US$200 million on capital later this year to drill more wells. 903 more words

Politics

How Calgary-based Birchcliff Energy became Canada's best-performing energy stock

Seymour Schulich’s bet on Birchcliff Energy Ltd. is paying off as a transformational acquisition by the Canadian natural gas producer sends the stock on a tear. 875 more words

Energy

More pain in second quarter for Alberta's oilpatch, but signs of rebound

Early financial results from the second quarter show continued pain in the oil patch, but companies say there are also glimmers of hope for a turnaround. 438 more words

Energy

From fallen angel to rising star: Encana Corp's brief life as junk means 85% jackpot for bond traders

First Encana Corp. was investment grade. Then it wasn’t. Then a month later, the Canadian oil and gas driller was high-grade once again.

Those twists helped prices on one of the company’s bonds jump more than 85 per cent in what some fund managers said was among the juiciest trades of the first half of 2016. 694 more words

Energy

Boards face tough decisions on executive pay amid oil price crash

Many Calgary executives saw their bonuses slashed and salaries frozen in 2015 as shock waves from the oil price crash reverberated into the C-suite.

In a year that saw tens of thousands of Albertans lose their jobs, top executives at the city’s 100 largest publicly traded companies saw the overall value of their compensation packages drop by close to 10 per cent year-over-year, according to a survey conducted by Global Governance Advisors for the Calgary Herald. 1,080 more words

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