The Japanese government signed an agreement on December 2 with British Columbia to jointly explore shale gas in the Canadian province, Xinhua has reported.
Statoil ASA said oil discoveries off eastern Canada may signal potential crude finds off Morocco in northwest Africa because the regions could have similar geology, Bloomberg reported on November 29.
China's largest refiner is in early talks with U.S.-based oil-and-gas producer Apache Corp.
China Petrochemical Corp, the country's largest refiner, is looking to build a liquefied natural gas export terminal in British Columbia on Canada's west coast, China Daily cited the province's premier as saying on November 27.
Two companies are teaming up to build liquefied natural gas plants in Vancouver and Edmonton to serve the transportation industry, Vancouver Sun reported on November 19.
Canadian oil and gas exploration company Niko Resources is set to abandon its gas block in Surat, Gujarat, as the fields have been fully exploited, the Indian newspaper Business Line reported on November 18.
Orlen Upstream International B.V., a subsidiary of Orlen Upstream of the Orlen Group, has said that on November 14, it became the holder of a 100% interest in TriOil, a Canadian company.
Oil giant TransCanada has struggled to get its Keystone XL pipeline built in the US and is facing fresh protest in Canada where activists fear a new pipeline could ultimately worsen climate change, Deutsche Welle reported on November 12.
The General Meeting of TriOil Resources Ltd of Canada has accepted PKN ORLEN's purchase offer for TriOil shares, in acquisition of the company, Orlen’s Press Office said on November 12.
CNOOC Limited (the “Company”, NYSE: CEO, SEHK: 00883, TSX: CNU) announced on November 13 that its wholly-owned subsidiary Nexen Energy ULC (Nexen), has entered into an exclusive agreement with the Government of British Columbia, Canada to examine the viability of constru