Canada a dry hole for oil and gas investors

Onerous regulations, higher taxes and a lack of pipeline capacity are taking their toll on Canada’s energy sector: Fraser Institute

Canada a dry hole for oil and gas investorsThe oil and gas sector in Canada has been through some challenging times in recent years, making investment in the sector nowhere near what it used to be. A new report released on Thursday by the Fraser Institute, an independent Canadian public think-thank, indicates just how bad that’s become. The 2018 Global Petroleum Survey said no…

Is the ‘shale revolution‘ already winding down?

The efficiencies of shale exploitation technology may be sowing the seeds of a rapid decline

Is the ‘shale revolution‘ already winding down?Calgary’s Business and Troy Media are pleased to welcome Brad Hayes to our roster of contributors. Brad is president of Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd., a geoscience consulting firm addressing technical and strategic issues around conventional and unconventional hydrocarbon exploration and development. He earned a PhD in geology from the University of Alberta, and a BSc…

Alberta, B.C. to lead Canadian economic growth, again

Scotiabank report says Alberta will have employment gains of 1.8% this year, 1.2% in 2019 and 1.2% in 2020

Alberta, B.C. to lead Canadian economic growth, againAlberta and British Columbia have been the country’s economic growth leaders since 2000 and will continue to be so this year, says a new report released on Monday by Scotiabank Economics. The bank’s latest Provincial Outlook said both western provinces will see economic growth of 2.4 per cent this year, eclipsing the Canadian average of…