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Ontario energy companies and consumers are in search of ‘smart’ electricity decisions

Canada’s most populous province has had a chequered history with electricity policy, due in no small part to some politically charged decisions. Now, a coalition of major energy companies and consumers is pitching Ontario on a process that would try to keep politicians and regulators in their respective lanes. 605 more words

Ontario

Divestment by world’s largest wealth fund would be US$2.86B hit to Canadian oil and gas

A decision by Norway’s trillion-dollar sovereign wealth fund to fully divest of its fossil fuel holdings would mean battered Canadian oil and gas equity shares currently valued at US$2.86 billion could soon be back on the market. 581 more words

News

Alberta delays draft methane proposals as industry, stakeholders struggle to hammer out deal

OTTAWA — Alberta has delayed the release of its draft methane regulations by several weeks after earlier negotiations ran aground, a result of disputes over how oil and gas companies will be forced to meet their emissions targets. 694 more words

Energy

Why analysts don't like Imperial Oil Ltd

Imperial Oil Ltd. has an attractive portfolio of exploration and production assets, a strong refining and distribution business, and most importantly, a very healthy balance. So why are analysts negative on the stock? 432 more words

Investing

Five things you should know before you start your work day on Nov. 2

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Companies in the news today: Hudson’s Bay gets a offer for Galeria Kaufhof, Imperial looks to ramp up production in the oilsands and Loblaw, George Weston and others are under scrutiny by the competition bureau. 488 more words

Executive

Imperial Oil gears up for new oilsands growth as innovative Aspen project gets closer to green light

CALGARY — Imperial Oil Ltd., the Canadian affiliate of Exxon Mobil Corp. — one of the few international companies still operating in Canada’s oilsands — is getting ready for another growth spurt in the Alberta deposits that could include green-lighting the new 150,000 barrel-a-day Aspen project early next year. 582 more words

Energy

Varcoe: Despite tough times, Canadian oilpatch makes money and on pace to grow

It’s easy to grow pessimistic about the future of Alberta’s oil and gas industry with the barrage of bad news surrounding sluggish commodity prices and the inability to get pipelines built. 881 more words

Energy