Oil slipped Monday and non-OPEC ministers met to discuss a pact but the group delivering cuts’ possibility grew distant.
Oil prices dip as prospect of OPEC output cut dims
Oil slipped Monday and non-OPEC ministers met to discuss a pact but the group delivering cuts’ possibility grew distant. read more
Husky Energy reports $93-million Reduction; falls short of Predictions
Husky Energy is currently reporting 10-million of earnings and a loss for its second quarter.
The three months were poorer than the first quarter, when Husky had $71-million of earnings. read more
Canadian laser Specialist claims major U.K. science Trophy
It’s been a fantastic week for one of Canada’s top scientists that are federal.
On Tuesday, Paul Corkum, a laser physicist who divides his time between the National Research Council and the University of Ottawa, learned that he has been awarded the Royal Medal, an honor bestowed annually by the U.K.’s Royal Society. read more
Encana posts profit as gas and oil production falls
When it took disability and hedging fees of about $ 641-million oil and gas producer Encana Corp on Friday posted a quarterly profit compared with a loss a year earlier. read more
Oil steady after demand hopes are stoked by drop in fuel stocks
Oil prices were steady on Thursday, holding gains made the previous session after falling U.S. crude and oil product inventories lifted the marketplace. read more
OPEC Provides weigh, although oil Cost is boosted by gasoline
Output from OPEC producers revived concerns, although oil prices traded higher on Wednesday, backed by a gasoline market. read more
Oil ‘stuck in range’ as supply and firm demand meet
Oil markets steadied on Tuesday but weighed down by manufacturers in america and supplies from OPEC.
Benchmark Brent crude was up 20 cents at $48.62 a barrel by 0920 GMT. U.S. light crude oil was 15 cents higher at $46.17. read more
Oil edges above $49 on U.S. drilling Downturn
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Julie Payette: governor-general, Engineer astronaut and Today
From the 1980s, Graeme Hirst, a computer expert at the University of Toronto was requested by Julie Payette, if she could take one of his classes. The response was no. Ms. Payette was a graduate student in computer technology and Prof. Hirst’s area was computer science; she lacked the necessary requirements, he informed her. read more