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Where are they now: the status of Canada’s major pipelines

The approval of pipelines is slow and arduous, but some are closer to getting the green light than others >

Oil and gas companies should play it safe when spending extra cash

If your oil and gas company is lucky enough to raise some cash, then you have another problem: how to spend it >

Oil storage by the numbers

How much oil is in storage around the world? >

Merging may be the best option for junior oil and gas companies during a commodity rout

Volterra considers a move from its old playbook >

How Suncor has weathered the oil rout storm

Suncor is in the driver’s seat thanks to a solid balance sheet >

For this heavy-oil producer, an outstanding hedge book is key to survival

Sixty per cent of Northern Blizzard's 2016 production is hedge at $60 per barrel, helping the company keep its head above water >

How Red Deer’s Jack Donald built a fuel-distribution empire

Jack Donald's first station in Red Deer was the beginning of the Fas Gas service stations >

Atco aims to win the natural gas market with lower costs and better service. Will it work?

After a 12-year haitus, Atco has re-entered the natural gas market at a particularly challenging time for retailers >

Why we need to look beyond OPEC when anticipating oil prices

The most important factor in determining oil prices is what happens here in North America >

Even without a merger, the Halliburton-Baker Hughes deal offers an upside for shareholders

In November 2014, the world's number-two oilfield services firm announced it would aquire the world's number-three oilfield services firm >