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Canada's Syncrude oil facility ramps up output after disruption -sources

12:34am IST

Canada's Syncrude oil sands facility has ramped up production after a disruption last week due to operational problems, three market sources said on Thursday.

Enbridge says Minnesota concludes no additional risk to lake from pipeline

10 Dec 2019

Canada's Enbridge Inc said on Monday that a revised environmental statement from the state of Minnesota's commerce department concludes that replacing the aging Line 3 oil pipeline would not introduce risks for Lake Superior in the case of a spill.

UPDATE 2-Enbridge says Minnesota concludes no additional risk to lake from pipeline

10 Dec 2019

Dec 9 Canada's Enbridge Inc said on Monday that a revised environmental statement from the state of Minnesota's commerce department concludes that replacing the aging Line 3 oil pipeline would not introduce risks for Lake Superior in the case of a spill.

Canadian Pacific crude train derails, catches fire in Saskatchewan

10 Dec 2019

A Canadian Pacific Railway train hauling oil derailed west of Guernsey, Saskatchewan, early on Monday, spilling crude and causing a fire that was expected to burn into a second night.

UPDATE 3-Canadian Pacific crude train derails, catches fire in Saskatchewan

10 Dec 2019

Dec 9 A Canadian Pacific Railway train hauling oil derailed west of Guernsey, Saskatchewan, early on Monday, spilling crude and causing a fire that was expected to burn into a second night.

UPDATE 1-Ottawa approves Alberta industrial carbon-pricing plan

06 Dec 2019

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Dec 6 The Canadian government has approved the province of Alberta's plan to price industrial pollution, the federal environment minister said on Friday, marking a rare point of agreement in the two governments' fractious relations.

Saskatchewan's oil lures investors, producers from troubled Alberta

05 Dec 2019

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Alberta's congested pipelines and production limits are turning oil companies to neighboring Saskatchewan, driving up prices for drilling rights as the region weathers a deep slump.

Saskatchewan's oil lures investors, producers from troubled Alberta

05 Dec 2019

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Dec 5 Alberta's congested pipelines and production limits are turning oil companies to neighboring Saskatchewan, driving up prices for drilling rights as the region weathers a deep slump.

Exclusive: Canada's Syncrude oil facility cuts output over operational issues - sources

05 Dec 2019

Canada's Syncrude oil sands facility has reduced its December production by 1.6 million barrels due to operational problems, three market sources told Reuters on Wednesday.

Top Canadian oil producers boost spending, rivals pull back after bleak year

04 Dec 2019

Canada's two biggest oil producers are cautiously boosting spending next year despite congested pipelines and government production limits, waging they can thrive in a weak market better than smaller companies that are reining in capital.

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