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Canada’s Oil Patch Faces Capital Outflows

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By Tsvetana Paraskova and capp.ca

Insufficient market access and continued uncertainty over additional pipeline capacity have finally caught up with the growth projections of Canada’s oil industry association.

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) has just released its 2019 Crude Oil Forecast, Markets and Transportation report which estimates that Canada’s crude oil production will continue growing from now until 2035, but at a much slower pace than previously thought. @ oilprice.com

This year, capital spending in the oil sands is set to decline for a fifth consecutive year to roughly $12 billion, approximately one-third of the investment seen in 2014. Conventional oil producers are expected to drill fewer wells in 2019 compared to either of the two previous years, and activity is not likely to improve without better market access via pipelines.

Overall, capital investment across Canada’s oil and natural gas industry is forecast to fall to $37 billion in 2019 compared to $81 billion in 2014. With global demand for crude oil expected to grow through to 2040, Canada has the opportunity to reclaim over $40 billion of investment if it addresses the key challenges surrounding access to international markets and regulatory and fiscal policy both federally and provincially. @ https://www.capp.ca

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Canada’s energy sector is working to benefit all Canadians

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Canada’s progressive energy sector is working every day to benefit Canadians from coast to coast. It’s a story all Canadians deserve to hear – and we’re proud to tell it.

“We create jobs and build schools, playgrounds and hospitals … pay doctors and teachers … Canada needs us. The world needs us. We are Canadian energy and we are proud.”

these types of videos will one day be illegal in Canada. The rules are so restrictive now, you can’t pay for any advertising anymore if it’s pro oilfield. https://www.msn.com

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I Love Canadian Oil and Gas Hoodie – is illegal?

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There’s been another case of an Alberta Canada man asked to remove his ‘Oil and gas’ t-shirt while on Parliament Hill. Janet Dirks explains.

“The security guard looked at me and said: ‘Excuse me sir, I’m going to have to ask you to remove that shirt.’ And I looked and him and I said: ‘Excuse me?’ And he said: ‘Yes, you’re going to have to remove that shirt because some people may view that as being offensive,’” Lacey told CTV News.

 

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