TransCanada Corporation (TSX:TRP) (NYSE:TRP) (TransCanada) is pleased to invite members of the media to participate in a briefing regarding the official start of customer deliveries through the company's Gulf Coast Project, TransCanada’s press office said on January 22 T
Penn West Petroleum Ltd , a Canadian oil company looking to cut costs and debt to boost profits and raise a sagging share price, said on January 21 it expects lower output in 2014 as it sells or shuts in wells, Reuters has reported.
Husky Energy (TSE:HSE), one of Canada's third largest integrated oil producers, says it has approved two new heavy oil thermal projects in Saskatchewan, which will deliver a total of 20,000 barrels per day of production, proactiveinvestors.com reported on January 9.
Thailand's top oil and gas explorer, PTT Exploration and Production Pcl (PTTEP) said on January 7 it is reviewing its investment in the KKD oil sands project in Canada due to higher costs, Reuters has reported.
China can play a bigger role in the increasingly ice-free Arctic, using its investment advantages and the size of its markets and labor force, but it is "far from becoming a power player in the Arctic", said the head of the polar strategic research division under the Pol
Samson Oil and Gas (ASX: SSN; NYSE MKT: SSN) announces that they entered into a seismic and drilling agreement with Momentus Energy Corp, a Canadian exploration and development company located in Calgary, Alberta.
Esrey Energy Ltd (TSX Venture -- EEL) announced on December 23 it entered into a binding agreement to add to its holdings in Poland's Baltic Basin through the acquisition of additional interest in Saponis Investments Sp. z o.o. ("Saponis").
Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp, the largest private oil producer in Colombia, said it is targeting 15-20 percent growth in production in 2014, Reuters reported on December 18. .
Pembina Pipeline Corp. considers a $2 billion expansion of its system a watershed event, Edmonton Journal reported on December 17.
A liquefied natural gas project in British Columbia proposed by Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has attracted a new partner, The Globe and Mail reported on December 9.