Investors in Canada’s fledgling LNG industry have pulled out due to a host of economic and regulatory issues. With competition heating up, project proponents say it’s time for a rethink.
With amendments rendering the ‘poison pill’ effectively inert, private placements have become the de facto M&A defensive tactic. But there are limits to their usefulness.
Customers’ private information strictly your business? Not in an M&A
Pipelines are essential to the oil and gas industry, and thus a quarter of Canada’s economy, but continued societal concerns demand a nuanced approach from project proponents.
As US President Donald Trump moves to deregulate the US energy industries, will Canada’s environmental concerns in oil and gas hurt or help our competitiveness?