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Update-Canadian Derivatives Regulation: The New Looming Reality Of Compliance And Costs For Energy Companies
Energy companies use OTC derivatives with financial institutions and other commodity market customers to exchange floating price streams with fixed price streams.
Canada
26 Apr 2016
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Ontario Court Of Appeal: Regulated Utilities Must Balance Rights Of Shareholders And Ratepayers
The Ontario Energy Board (the "OEB") is of the view that it is entitled to intervene in corporate decision-making to ensure that a regulated utility operates in a manner that balances the interests of its shareholders against the interests of its ratepayers.
Canada
19 Aug 2010
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Water, Water Everywhere - But Did You Get Permission To Take It?
Québec had a wet summer this past year. While washing out many picnics, the steady rains also replenished our ground and surface water reserves.
Canada
15 Dec 2009
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FMC’s Overview Of Significant Developments In The Canadian Energy Industry, December 2006
Petro-Canada, on behalf of Fort Hills Energy L.P., has filed for permission to build the Sturgeon Upgrader for its Fort Hills oil sands project. Once completed, the upgrader will process up to 340,000 bpd of bitumen into 280,000 bpd of synthetic crude.
Canada
 
24 Jan 2007
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FMC’s Overview Of Significant Developments In The Canadian Energy Industry, October 2006
EnCana and ConocoPhillips announced that they have agreed to a 50-50 upstream/downstream partnership. EnCana will contribute 100% of its Foster Creek and Christina Lake in situ oil sands projects while ConocoPhillips will contribute 100% of its Wood River refinery in Roxana, Illinois and its Borger refinery in Borger, Texas. The partnership is effective as of January 2, 2007 with each company committing to spend $8.5 billion on the projects over the next 10 years.
Canada
 
21 Nov 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry –July 2006
In this issue: Oh Canada Map, Alberta Oilsands News, West Coast News, Arctic News, East Coast News, Alternative Energy News & On the Horizon.
Canada
 
27 Sep 2006
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FMC’s Overview Of Significant Developments In The Canadian Energy Industry - August 2006
Suncor announced that its $3.6 billion Millennium coker project is moving forward as scheduled, with the project expected to come onstream by late next year. Suncor is also optimistic that the company's Project Voyageur will get regulatory approval "on a timely basis".
Canada
 
26 Sep 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - May, 2006
Shell Canada made a friendly takeover bid to acquire all issued and outstanding shares of heavy oil operator BlackRock Ventures for $2.4 billion. Shell offered $24 per share, which represented a 27 percent premium over the May 5th closing price of $18.88 per share. Enbridge is requesting formal commitments from shippers for its proposed Southern Lights pipeline. The new pipeline, slated to be operational by 2009, would move up to 150,000 bpd of diluents from Chicago to Edmonton.
Canada
 
20 Jun 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - April, 2006
In this issue: Oh Canada Map, Alberta Oilsands News, West Coast News, Arctic News, East Coast News, Alternative Energy News & On the Horizon.
Canada
 
6 Jun 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - March, 2006
In this issue: Oh Canada Map, Alberta Oilsands News, West Coast News, Arctic News, East Coast News, Alternative Energy News & On the Horizon.
Canada
 
15 May 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - February, 2006
Chevron announced it will develop five oilsands leases in the Athabasca basin. The leases were purchased from the Alberta Crown for less than $70 million and contain 180,000 acres and an estimated 7.5 bbbls of oil. The company plans to produce more than 100,000 bpd of oil by 2015 from the leases.
Canada
16 Mar 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - January 2006
Enbridge announced that it is expanding discussions with potential shippers for a newly announced $1.85 billion, 36-inch, crude oil pipeline from Hardisty, Alberta to Superior, Wisconsin. The proposed Alberta Clipper Pipeline would have an initial capacity of 400,000 bpd and would parallel the existing Canadian mainline and interconnect with the existing mainline system in the U.S.
Canada
19 Feb 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - December, 2005
Enbridge has commenced construction of its $1.2 billion Southern Access pipeline expansion project. The expansion will boost capacity of synthetic crude on the current 2 million bpd system by 400,000 bpd by 2009. In addition to capacity increases, the expansion will extend the reach of the current pipeline to southern Illinois and Cushing, Oklahoma. Work on the expansion will start immediately, with capacity increases commencing in 2007.
Canada
 
31 Jan 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - November, 2005
Canadian Natural Resources announced that it will invest $25 billion over the next fifteen years in the Alberta oilsands. Less than a year after going ahead with the $10.8 billion Horizon Oilsands Project, the Calgary-based company’s investment would represent the largest in the oilsands to date. The company plans to expedite the Horizon Project, which was projected to produce 232,000 bpd of oil by 2011, and add two new phases to the Project to push total output of synthetic crude to approximate
Canada
 
31 Jan 2006
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - October, 2005
The Government of Alberta recently announced its Mineable Oil Sands Strategy (“MOSS”). MOSS will implement a new long term policy for Alberta’s mineable oilsands. The strategy is focused on increased coordination and development of mineable oilsands, and will first target the Fort McMurray area.
Canada
 
22 Nov 2005
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - September, 2005
Petro-Canada announced it has entered into an agreement with mining giant Teck Cominco that will see Teck acquire a 15% interest in the Fort Hills oil sands project. Teck will earn a 10% interest from Petro-Canada in return for funding $250 million worth of expenditures incurred by Petro-Canada and its project partner UTS Energy. In a separate agreement Teck will earn a 5% interest from UTS in return for funding $225 million of UTS expenditures.
Canada
 
17 Oct 2005
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry (June 2005)
Enbridge announced the first stage of an open season to secure commitments to its Southern Access Pipeline project. Upon completion of a $1.3 billion U.S. expansion, the project, which ships crude oil from Alberta’s oilsands to U.S. markets, will add 400,000 bpd of crude capacity to Enbridge’s mainline system.
Canada
 
13 Oct 2005
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry (August 2005)
Premier Ralph Klein announced that U.S. Vice President, Dick Cheney, is planning a trip to Alberta’s oil sands. The U.S. Administration’s concentration on Hurricane Katrina relief has temporarily put the trip on hold; however, the Administration has expressed its intention to make the trek in the near future. Mr. Cheney would be the highest ranking member of the Bush Administration to make a visit to the area.
Canada
 
13 Oct 2005
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FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry (July 2005)
Imperial Oil and Exxon Mobil are planning to invest as much as $6.5 billion into an expansion of their oil sands operations near Kearl Lake, north of Fort McMurray.
Canada
 
13 Oct 2005
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