In their multifaceted efforts to quash oil and gas projects, environmentalists are increasingly targeting financiers, arguing against the investment attractiveness of fossil fuel developments to discourage funding.
Future oil and gas production in Canada could be limited by demand constraints, and a reduced demand for fossil fuels over the coming decades could significantly reduce investment in the hydrocarbon sector, making the industry a less attractive and a riskier business, says a recently-released report.
The National Energy Board (NEB) is seeking comments on how to proceed with a complaint from Crescent Point Resources Partnership regarding operational practices of TEML Westspur Pipelines Limited that are potentially inconsistent with the Westspur tariff rules and regulations.
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Lake Chapala, Mex. — Calgary-based International Frontier Resources Corp. (IFR) has announced that its plans for the development of a block it won last year has been approved by the government regulator, and also stated that it is one of the firms which will bid on several blocks to be offered in a mid-July auction.
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