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News
January 26, 2018  

Different kind of tweet: Study says oilpatch causes sparrows to sing a new song

A study by a University of Manitoba researcher suggests

News
January 26, 2018  

Replacement of reheating furnaces at Quebec steel production facilities costs a pretty penny

Contrecoeur, QC – ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada announces major

News
January 26, 2018  

Hydro Quebec says U.S. export deal will keep local power rates below inflation

Montreal – Quebecers won’t get a break on already

News
January 22, 2018  

Mining company fined for dumping waste in B.C. river system

The federal Environment Ministry says in a news release

Feature
January 16, 2018  

Critical considerations for transformer replacement

When replacing power transformers, a few tips can ensure a quick return to service while also reducing future costs and downtime.

News
January 12, 2018  

Harting Technology Group accepted into UL Client Test Data Program

Montreal – UL, “Underwriters Laboratories,” one of the world’s

News
January 12, 2018  

Nova Scotia fracking ban to remain despite gas potential, premier says

Halifax – Despite an analysis that highlights the potential

News
January 12, 2018  

Energy sector makes gains, lifts TSX and Wall Street, as loonie heads south

Toronto – Canada’s main stock index recovered from yesterday’s

News
January 8, 2018  

Canadian IPOs rebounded in 2017, generating $5.1 billion in proceeds, PwC says

Montreal – PricewaterhouseCoopers says a resurgence in the mining

News
January 8, 2018  

Adoption of IIoT-based smart bearings spurs growth of European bearings market

London – The European bearings market is witnessing steady

News
January 2, 2018  

Deep freeze offers only cold comfort for natural gas producing firms

Calgary – The cold snap that continues to blanket

News
January 2, 2018  

Alberta carbon tax jumps, but NDP says it’s connected to improving economy

Edmonton – Alberta’s carbon tax jumped on New Year’s

News
December 22, 2017  

‘There’s more than oil and gas:’ Wind blowing workers in new direction

Lethbridge, Alta. – The winds of change are pushing

News
December 22, 2017  

Shutdown starts for coal fired plant serving US southwest

Albuquerque, N.M. – The first of two units to

News
December 15, 2017  

US world’s biggest supplier of heavy oil refining byproduct

  New Delhi – U.S. oil refineries that are

News
December 15, 2017  

Germany’s Siemens to build 2 power plants in Libya

Berlin – Germany’s Siemens says it has signed contracts

News
December 8, 2017  

GM Canada proposing first of its kind renewable energy project at Ontario facility

Oshawa, Ont. – General Motors of Canada is proposing

News
November 28, 2017  

Privatizing Ontario electricity companies would help lower rates: report

Toronto – One of the largest chambers of commerce

News
November 26, 2017  

Cascades launches a transportation electrification program for its employees

Saint Hyacinthe, QC – Cascades launched a pilot transportation

News
November 24, 2017  

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s pro pipeline tour well received in Calgary

Calgary – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took her pro-pipeline

News
November 24, 2017  

Canadian operating profits top $100 billion thanks to financial sector strength

Ottawa – Statistics Canada says strong performance in the

News
November 17, 2017  

Siemens reports structural changes in Power and Gas Division and Process Industries and Drives division

Siemens is responding to the rapidly accelerating structural changes

News
November 15, 2017  

Ambitious Canadian coal plan vulnerable to provincial ‘slippage,’ critics say

Canada’s drive to shut down all of its coal-fired

News
November 15, 2017  

Newfoundland and Labrador’s deficit grows amid lower offshore oil royalties

St. John’s, N.L. – Newfoundland and Labrador will target

News
November 15, 2017  

U.S. oil and gas ‘resurgence’ expected as global demand grows

London – Oil will continue growing as a source

News
November 13, 2017  

Fire crews quickly contain fire at chemical plant in Saskatoon; no injuries

Saskatoon – A fire at a chemical plant in

News
October 23, 2017  

Energy sector competitiveness: United States breaks new ground, Canada loses ground

Montreal – The drop in oil and gas investment

News
October 18, 2017  

Alberta methane releases underestimated

Edmonton – New research suggests industry and government are

News
October 16, 2017  

New era of oil supply certainty force changes in Canadian producers’ strategies

Calgary – A shift in global oil markets sentiment

News
October 4, 2017  

Progress Energy selling Alberta assets, but not abandoning Canada: spokeswoman

Petronas has put a massive package of oil and