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Canada upstream in brief

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Report summary

The Canada upstream in brief provides our expert opinion and analysis of the top upstream stories as they unfold. We have a dedicated team of experienced industry analysts covering all regions of Canadian upstream activity – Oil Sands, WCSB, Arctic, and offshore East Coast. We primarily focus on: exploration and appraisal drilling, project developments, production, licensing, fiscal and regulatory changes, geopolitics, and corporate and M&A activity.

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Table of contents

  • Canada upstream in brief: 27 July 2018
  • Newfoundland and Labrador government announces an agreement to develop Bay du Nord
  • Gear Energy to acquire Steppe Resources for Cdn$70.4 million
  • Calgary Stampede Chuckwagon canvas auction - what does it tell us about business confidence
  • AER approves Suncor's plan to reduce GHG emissions by replacing coke-fired boilers
  • Enbridge sells natural gas processing and gathering business
  • Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) gives the green light for a Line 3 replacement
  • Our latest insights, podcasts and webinars
  • Meet our team
  • Did you know?
  • Canada Dashboard

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This report includes 7 images and tables including:

Images

  • This month in Canadian upstream...
  • Wells spud in the Flemish Pass 2013-2017
  • Bay du Nord costs and production
  • Gear Energy and Steppe Resources land position (2018)

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