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Rod Nickel

Canadian oil companies take go-slow approach to recovery as prices improve

07 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO Canadian oil producers are maintaining a cautious approach, holding spending at reduced levels even as rising prices brighten the outlook.

Canadian oil companies take go-slow approach to recovery as prices improve

07 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO, July 7 Canadian oil producers are maintaining a cautious approach, holding spending at reduced levels even as rising prices brighten the outlook.

Down to handful of active rigs, Canada's oil and gas drillers face permanent contraction

07 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Canada's drilling rig count, a bellwether of the oil and gas industry's growth, has plummeted far below previous records, raising risks that much of the country's equipment will permanently fall out of service.

RPT-Down to handful of active rigs, Canada's oil and gas drillers face permanent contraction

07 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, July 6 Canada's drilling rig count, a bellwether of the oil and gas industry's growth, has plummeted far below previous records, raising risks that much of the country's equipment will permanently fall out of service.

RPT-FOCUS-Record debts come due for Canadian oil patch after five years of crisis

06 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO, July 5 Six years ago, Canadian oilfield services firm Calfrac Well Services commanded a C$2.1 billion ($1.55 billion)market value and was poised for U.S. expansion.

Record debts come due for Canadian oil patch after five years of crisis

05 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO Six years ago, Canadian oilfield services firm Calfrac Well Services commanded a C$2.1 billion ($1.55 billion)market value and was poised for U.S. expansion.

China rebukes Canada over criticism of Hong Kong security law

04 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba China fired back at Canada on Saturday for criticising Beijing's national security law for Hong Kong, the second rebuke in a week that has added to strains of their bilateral ties.

Ontario investigating 17 temp agencies after virus outbreaks on farms

03 Jul 2020

TORONTO/WINNIPEG, July 2 The Canadian province of Ontario is investigating 17 temporary recruitment agencies, the province's labor ministry said, after health officials warned that agencies that move workers from farm to farm could be contributing to COVID-19 outbreaks.

Canada's Supreme Court dismisses appeal of long-delayed Trans Mountain oil pipeline

02 Jul 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/OTTAWA Canada's Supreme Court removed an obstacle to expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline on Thursday, dismissing an appeal of a lower court decision that had backed Ottawa's approval of the project.

China rebuts Canadian criticism over detention of two men

28 Jun 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba China lashed out at Canada on Saturday over criticism about Chinese prosecution of two Canadians, saying the matter is based on evidence and urging Ottawa to cease "megaphone diplomacy."

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