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Following the money behind two apparent shill candidates in US elections

Following the money behind two apparent shill candidates in state Senate races Glenna Milberg, Reporter -Nov 23, 2020 Related A dark money mystery in Florida centers on the campaign of a spoiler candidate who appeared to help a Republican win … Continue reading

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Climate-changing methane emissions from oil and gas twice as high as thought: study | Globalnews.ca

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted November 11, 2020 http://globalnews.ca/news/7456799/methane-emissions-oilpatch-environment-canada-study/ More Details Climate-changing methane emissions from oil patch twice as high as previously thought, study finds THE CANADIAN PRESS NOVEMBER 11 For Subscribers

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Alberta launches survey on federal firearms policy banning assault-style weapons | CTV News

Kelsey Dyer CTVNewsEdmonton.ca Senior Digital Producer @KelseyCTV Nov 9, 2020 The Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee was formed in June 2020 to provide recommendations on responding to gun violence while protecting the rights of gun owners in the province in response … Continue reading

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Alberta RCMP charge driver allegedly sleeping in a self-driving, speeding Tesla on Highway 2

https://globalnews.ca/news/7340881/driver-sleeping-iself-driving-speeding-telsa-qeii/amp/ Not sure if they asleep or doing this for kicks as the officer claims the vehicle started to accelerate from about 140 to 150 once they put sirens on. Regardless a Tesla in autopilot mode checks for active driver … Continue reading

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Fossil fuel demand has likely hit its peak, BP says – Globe and Mail

Pumpjacks draw oil out of the ground near Olds, Alta., Thursday, July 16, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh Emma Graney Energy reporter Published September 14, 2020 For Subscribers Options to listen to or read article The article gives two different … Continue reading

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Alberta flooded with applications for grants to clean up inactive oil and gas wells

Calgary’s Scott Darling, who owns two oil-well service companies – Performance Energy Services and Performance Production Services – is hoping to participate in Alberta’s Site Rehabilitation Program. Todd Korol/The Globe and Mail May 25 2020 Alberta flooded with applications for … Continue reading

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Alberta’s Energy Regulator looks to be reining in its leniency

JEFFREY JONES THE GLOBE AND MAIL May 15 at 6:20 p.m. CDT The Alberta Energy Regulator has been burned badly by approving transfers of oil and gas assets it should have turned down. Its decision to reject an unusual application … Continue reading

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Alberta suspends environmental monitoring rules for oil sands during pandemic

Oil goes into a tailings pond at the Suncor oil sands operations near Fort McMurray, Alta., September 17, 2014. Todd Korol/Reuters Carol Scott The Canadian Press Published May 14, 2020 The Alberta Energy Regulator has suspended a wide array of … Continue reading

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Alberta to rewrite oil sands tailings ponds regulations

Oil goes into a tailings pond at the Suncor tar sands operations near Fort McMurray, Alberta, September 17, 2014. Alberta’s toxic tailings ponds have become an emblem of what critics view as the energy industry’s disregard for the environment. © … Continue reading

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Alberta asking Feds for more funds to deal with orphaned well cleanup

Old, unproductive oil and gas wells could cost up to $70B to clean up, says new report ‘The mess continues to grow,’ says landowner stuck with abandoned well Kyle Bakx – CBC News — Hustle in the oil patch: Inside … Continue reading

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