CALGARY, Alberta – Cardinal Energy Ltd. (“Cardinal“) (TSX: CJ) has received approval to extend the revolving period applicable to the Company’s existing reserves-based credit facility to October 30, 2020. The credit facility continues to be available, on a revolving basis, until that date. In connection therewith, the date for the re-determination of the borrowing base [Read more]
CALGARY, AB – AltaGas Ltd. (“AltaGas”) (TSX: ALA) wishes to correct an error in its press release entitled “AltaGas Ltd. Announces Results of Series A and Series B Preferred Share Conversions” issued on September 30, 2020. As a result of the conversions AltaGas has 6,746,679 Series A Preferred Shares and 1,253,321 Series B Preferred Shares issued [Read more]
Automakers are climbing out of the ditch they fell into this spring, with U.S. auto sales expected to rebound strongly in the third quarter thanks to cheap borrowing costs and a shift toward private transportation amid the pandemic.
Considering that plates runneth over for many in the market this month trying to get kids back to (remote) schooling, sourcing toilet paper and prepping for the busy planning season we’ll waste no time getting down to business. Next month it will be full speed ahead ...
Under his administration the highways of tomorrow would consist of thousands of charging stations for fleets of electric vehicles, former Vice President Joe Biden insisted during his first debate with incumbent President Donald Trump.
Boeing Co. is plotting a low-key comeback for the 737 Max, the grounded jetliner that has spent almost two years engulfed in controversy and tragedy after two fatal crashes, said people familiar with the matter.
U.S. airlines are preparing to lay off tens of thousands of workers starting Oct. 1 unless they get additional federal aid, sparking a plea from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to hold off on the cuts amid signs of progress in talks with Congress.
CALGARY – Hundreds of Canadian employees of Royal Dutch Shell could be affected by its plan revealed Wednesday to cut between 7,000 and 9,000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2022. The company has 3,500 workers in Canada, accounting for about 4.2 per cent of its global workforce of about 83,000 employees, confirmed Shell Canada [Read more]
A delegation of the Government of the Russian Federation led by Dmitry Chernyshenko, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, today paid a visit to the Tsarskoe Selo State Museum Preserve. Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, took part in the event.
A bipartisan, federal response is required for the United States to compete with China’s ownership of the next generation of transportation, according to a new report from Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE). By ...