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Canadian crude exports from U.S. Gulf Coast fall only slightly despite TMX startup

About 150,000 bpd of Canadian crude were exported from the U.S. Gulf Coast in June, slightly lower than average, despite the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline (TMX), which pulled some barrels west to Vancouver.

Abraxas Power awards McDermott ECI contract for Canada's first green ammonia plant

McDermott has been awarded an early contractor involvement (ECI) agreement from Abraxas Power Corporation for the Exploits Valley Renewable Energy Corporation (EVREC) project located in Central Newfoundland.

Tribunal rejects TC Energy's $15-B claim for Keystone XL

Canada's TC Energy said on Tuesday a free trade arbitration tribunal had tossed out its claim to recover more than $15 B from the U.S. government for the cancellation of its Keystone XL project.

U.S. imports of Canadian crude hits record high following TMX startup

U.S. imports of crude oil from Canada rose last week to their highest on record, data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed on Wednesday, buoyed by the startup of the newly expanded Trans Mountain (TMX) pipeline.

bp Energy Outlook: Two main scenarios see 2025 oil peak, rapid renewables growth

bp expects oil demand to peak next year and wind and solar capacity to grow rapidly in both of the two main scenarios in its annual Energy Outlook, a study of the evolution of the global energy system to 2050 the company published on Wednesday.

OPEC sticks to 2024 oil demand view, sees strong travel season

OPEC is sticking to its forecast for relatively strong growth in global oil demand in 2024 and next year, saying on Wednesday that resilient economic growth and air travel would support fuel use in the summer months.

EIA: Global oil market will be in supply deficit next year

Global oil demand will outpace supply next year, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on Tuesday, reversing a prior forecast for a surplus.

Alberta says 2023/24 budget surplus smaller than forecast, cites refinery losses

Canada's main oil-producing province of Alberta on Thursday said the 2023/24 budget surplus would be smaller than initially estimated, partly due to losses incurred by the Sturgeon refinery, which is joint-owned by the province.

New DNV survey highlights oil and gas sector paradox

The latest DNV survey, “The Paradox of Petroleum—How the oil and gas sector is transforming through uncertainty,” gathered insights from nearly 450 senior oil and gas professionals to examine rapidly evolving trends and the near-term outlook for the sector.

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