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Working Around Keystone XL, Suncor Energy Steps Up Oil

Nov 22, 2013· Working Around Keystone XL, Suncor Energy Steps Up Oil Production in Canada The Suncor tar sands plant in Fort McMurray, Alberta. Suncor plans to expand its oil production in 2014 by 10 percent.

Suncor sees increased political risk for Keystone XL oil

Sep 05, 2019· Canada’s second-largest oil producer, Suncor Energy,believes the political situation in the United States has increased the risks to companies counting on construction of TC Energy Corp’s proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Canadian indigenous deal with KXL oil pipeline took years

Nov 30, 2020· TC Energy Corp's sale of a C$1 billion ($769 million) stake in Keystone XL (KXL) to a Canadian indigenous group is the result of over three years of pressure from a tiny Saskatchewan First Nation that demanded part ownership of the long-delayed oil pipeline, rather than short-term payments for allowing it to be built through its lands.

TC Energy exec says Keystone XL fits Biden agenda with

Nov 17, 2020· TC Energy is pursuing $37 billion of commercially secured capital projects across North America, including $22 billion for handling natural gas in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, $13 billion in oil pipelines including Keystone XL and $2 billion in power and storage. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 17, 2020.

Canada's Suncor sees increased political risk for Keystone

Sep 04, 2019· Canada’s second-largest oil producer, Suncor Energy, believes the political situation in the United States has increased the risks to companies counting on construction of TC Energy Corp’s

TC Energy CEO Russ Girling retiring with Keystone XL

Sep 22, 2020· TC Energy CEO Russ Girling retiring with Keystone XL pipeline still unfinished September 22, 2020 The Canadian Press CALGARY — The long-standing chief executive of TC Energy Corp. is set to retire having overseen a corporate name change and dramatic growth and stock price appreciation, but without achieving completion of the contentious

Suncor sees increased political risk for Keystone XL

Article content. Canada’s second-largest oil producer, Suncor Energy, believes the political situation in the United States has increased the risks to companies counting on construction of TC Energy Corp’s proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Suncor Sees Increased Political Risk For Keystone XL Oil

CEO expresses doubt, given the massive investment. Canada's second-largest oil producer, Suncor Energy Inc., believes the political situation in the United States has increased the risks to companies counting on construction of TC Energy Corp.'s proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, its CEO said on Sept. 4.

Suncor sees increased political risk for Keystone XL

Sep 04, 2019· “Keystone XL is a massive investment and the political situation in the U.S. is I think increasing the risk associated with that,” Suncor CEO Mark Little said at a

Keystone XL pipeline's fate more crucial for Suncor Energy

Dec 11, 2013· Imperial Oil committed to take capacity on Keystone XL because the line is “vital” to development of the continent’s energy market, Pius Rolheiser, a company spokesman, said in an e-mail. Cenovus is supportive of Keystone XL, among projects that will open access to new markets, Brett Harris, a spokesman, said in an e-mail.

Worst-Case Scenario for Oil Sands Industry Has Come to

Dec 08, 2020· Thousands of protesters demonstrate in Washington D.C. against the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline in February 2013. According to a 2010 Power Point

TC Energy CEO Russ Girling retiring with Keystone XL

Sep 22, 2020· TC Energy CEO Russ Girling retiring with Keystone XL pipeline still unfinished September 22, 2020 The Canadian Press CALGARY — The long-standing chief executive of TC Energy Corp. is set to retire having overseen a corporate name change and dramatic growth and stock price appreciation, but without achieving completion of the contentious

Canadian indigenous deal with KXL oil pipeline took years

Nov 30, 2020· TC Energy Corp's sale of a C$1 billion ($769 million) stake in Keystone XL (KXL) to a Canadian indigenous group is the result of over three years of pressure from a tiny Saskatchewan First Nation that demanded part ownership of the long-delayed oil pipeline, rather than short-term payments for allowing it to be built through its lands.

Keystone XL pipeline's fate more crucial for Suncor Energy

Dec 11, 2013· Imperial Oil committed to take capacity on Keystone XL because the line is “vital” to development of the continent’s energy market, Pius Rolheiser, a company spokesman, said in an e-mail. Cenovus is supportive of Keystone XL, among projects that will open access to new markets, Brett Harris, a spokesman, said in an e-mail.

Canada's Suncor sees increased political risk for Keystone

Canada's Suncor sees increased political risk for Keystone XL oil pipeline. Canada's second-largest oil producer, Suncor Energy, believes the political situation in the United States has increased the risks to companies counting on construction of TC Energy Corp's proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, its

Suncor sees increased political risk for Keystone XL

Article content. Canada’s second-largest oil producer, Suncor Energy, believes the political situation in the United States has increased the risks to companies counting on construction of TC Energy Corp’s proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Suncor Sees Increased Political Risk For Keystone XL Oil

CEO expresses doubt, given the massive investment. Canada's second-largest oil producer, Suncor Energy Inc., believes the political situation in the United States has increased the risks to companies counting on construction of TC Energy Corp.'s proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, its CEO said on Sept. 4.

Keystone XL pipeline: A 'Canada First' energy plan? Reuters

U.S. President Donald Trump's move this week to revive the Keystone XL oil pipeline marked a major step under his "America First" energy plan to boost U.S. drillers and create new U.S. jobs. But

'I don't know': Suncor CEO sums up prospects for Keystone

The chief executive of one of the country's largest energy companies has more faith in the federal government's Trans Mountain expansion project being completed, compared with the Keystone XL

Oil sands executives take fight for Keystone XL to Houston

Suncor CEO Steve Williams speaks at the CERAweek energy future conference in Houston March 5, 2013. ‘The oil sands are going to be developed and we will find a way to get it to markets,’ Mr

Keystone XL: Oil Sands Health Concerns Rise Downstream Of

Ladouceur lives some 100 miles downstream from the heart of Alberta's oil sands development. The sands underlie about 140,000 square kilometers (54,000 square miles) of Canadian boreal forest and peat bogs -- an area about the size of Florida -- and hold around 170 billion barrels of recoverable oil.Since mining began in 1967, at least two-thirds of the land has been leased for extraction with

Keystone XL pipeline: A 'Canada First' energy plan

Jan 27, 2017· Keystone XL pipeline: A ‘Canada First’ energy plan? U.S. President Donald Trump’s move this week to revive the Keystone XL oil pipeline marked a major step under his “America First” energy plan to boost U.S. drillers and create new U.S. jobs. But the project’s biggest winners may be Canadian. If built, TransCanada’s Keystone XL from Continue reading Keystone XL pipeline: A

Are These Oil Sands Companies Doomed Without Keystone XL

Jan 19, 2014· While Suncor, Cenovus, and Canadian Natural Resources are still exposed to the possibility that Keystone XL won't be approved, energy companies drilling in the U.S. have less to

Canada’s Suncor benefits from lengthy Energy Voice

Suncor Energy moved as much as 70,000 barrels per day of crude, or about 13% of its output, on TransCanada’s Gulf Coast pipeline in the period, helping the company earn higher prices, it said in