Alberta should lower regulatory barriers that discourage businesses from reusing abandoned and unreclaimed oil and gas well sites.
The Alberta Energy Regulator says an oil and gas company under court protection from creditors is reporting the leak of an estimated 629 barrels or 100,000 litres of oilfield liquids from a pipeline in northern Alberta.
The Supreme Court of Canada's ruling that the federal carbon price is constitutional raises questions about Canada's ongoing ability to compete.
Oil and gas industry continues to significantly outspend other sectors on environmental protection
BC recorded a liability of over half a billion dollars for the estimated cost of cleaning up contaminated sites in the province, including orphan oil and gas wells.
On Feb 1, 2021, the Government of Alberta launched Period 5 and Period 6 of the Site Rehabilitation Program, including additional information within the updated Site Rehabilitation Guidelines.
Alberta and the federal government say another $400 million in funding is available to help clean up inactive oil and gas sites in the province.
The latest round of applications is now open under a $100-million fund aimed at cleaning dormant oil and gas wells in British Columbia.
A second $50 million for the Province’s dormant well clean-up program is available, supporting jobs for B.C. workers in oil and gas service companies and reducing environmental impacts.
Canada’s energy industry is making progress in integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into its corporate structures, management systems and operations.
Alberta government program improving, but industry criticism persists.
A small Alberta town that once prospered thanks to the oil industry is now edging ever closer to collapsing because of it.
The current path to land use reclamation of legacy oil and gas sites in Alberta is often a long one...
Last week the provincial government finally made an announcement to address some concerns around the cleanup of oil and gas sites in Alberta.
Alberta is overhauling rules around oil and gas wells for the first time in decades in an effort to accelerate site cleanup.
Governments of different political stripes have tried for years to solve the Rubik’s Cube of Alberta’s broken oilpatch liability management system that oversees the cleanup of thousands of oil and gas wells.
STP ComplianceEHS (STP) has released new environmental, health and safety (EHS) audit protocols for Ontario and Alberta Oil and Petroleum Refining.
Alberta’s oil and gas sector will be resuming their environmental monitoring processes come July 15
Shutting down a broad range of Alberta's environmental monitoring over pandemic fears wasn't necessary, says the head of a group responsible for such work.
The federal government will provide $1.7 billion to clean up orphan and inactive wells in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this morning.
Saskatchewan’s oil and gas companies have continued their commitment to environmental stewardship by responsibly completing a record number of oil and gas well abandonments in 2019 and into 2020.