CALGARY — Some of the world’s costliest energy projects are in Alberta’s oilsands and some could be cancelled without higher oil prices, according to a new report by a financial think-tank that focuses on climate risk.
The study by the Carbon Tracker Initiative highlighted 20 of the biggest projects around the world that need a minimum oil price of US$95 a barrel to be economically viable. READ
Organizers of a pilot project say the very factors that pose challenges for people with autism could be qualities that help them excel in the information technology sector. READ
A quarter of Alberta businesses have been affected by fraud in the past year, with the figure jumping to nearly one-half when only retailers are considered. READ
It may be possible for TransCanada Corp. to build the most urgently needed leg of its delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline as early as next year, an executive with the pipeline giant said Wednesday. READ
Looking for a good place to work? You might want to send your resume to Agriculture Financial Services Corporation. READ
MONTREAL — Many Pratt & Whitney Canada employees were disappointed but not entirely surprised to learn Wednesday the Quebec-based aircraft-engine manufacturer will lay off as many as 1,000 people worldwide over the coming months. READ