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Investors are about to find out whether the world's largest oil companies have learned their lesson from $80 billion of cost blowouts in major projects during the era of $100 crude. From liquefied natural gas in Mozambique to...

source: Bloomberg via EnergyNow

Hydro One Limited, Ontario's largest electricity transmission and distribution company, has announced a new Board of Directors, featuring an experienced, diverse and highly regarded group of leaders who will be responsible for overseeing the company's continued transformation...

source: CNW

On July 27, the federal government announced that large industrial companies will face a less-stringent threshold on emissions penalties when Ottawa's carbon tax rolls out on Jan. 1, 2019. In an update that was posted...

source: Energy Insider

Satellite imagery reveals that many coal-fired power projects that were halted by the Chinese government have quietly restarted. Analysis by CoalSwarm estimates that 46.7 gigawatts of new and restarted coal-fired power construction is visible based on satellite imagery supplied...

source: chinadialogue

After he was sworn in, Ontario Premier Doug Ford made a series of announcements about green energy. All of them were negative. One of the few projects he called out by name was the White Pines Wind Project in Milford — a project that was canceled by legislation adopted...

source: National Observer

Last week Peak Power announced that it had agreed to install up to 2.35 MW/4.7 MWh of energy storage capacity at Bloor Islington Place in Toronto. Starlight Investments, a real estate and asset management company, owns the building....

source: Renewable Energy World


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