The period from 2010 to 2014 witnessed the highest sustained
oil price environment in recent memory, with Brent averaging $110 a barrel and
WTI $95 a barrel. This high oil price era ushered a period of unprecedented
capital investment in oil and gas extraction, as global capital investments
rose from $500B in 2010 to $700B by 2014 (do note some of the increase is due
to cost inflation, hence, the magnitude of the capital spending increase, and
its subsequent decease, is tampered to some extent by changes in unit cost).
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Is the recent bitcoin rally an illusion or is it part of a
larger price trend? It’s suddenly become a relevant question that is making its
mark on Google Trends. Bitcoin is once again trending over Jesus when it comes
to search interest worldwide and in the United States. This sudden spike in
interest comes as the price of bitcoin rallies to some of levels seen in 2017
and 2018, right after bitcoin first passed Jesus in Google search interest for
the first time.
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An Edmonton couple is upset with the way Telus left their
lawn after installing fibre optic cables.
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Building new communities is a risky, high-stakes business
that can take 25-plus years from land acquisition to completion.
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People in Wembley will again get to share their thoughts on
the Source transloading facility. A public hearing is being held as part of the
process to change a land use bylaw to allow truck and rail transloading
terminals to fall under permitted use.
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The City of St. Albert has a new director economic
development department, at least on a temporary basis.
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Every industry, every company, and every leader must
recognize one simple fact: every product, service, process, and business model
will be disrupted–it’s just a matter of time. Companies that think they’re
immune to the trends and technologies upending every industry on the planet
risk the same thing: obsolescence.
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Registration system will stimulate interest in real estate
development, ministry says
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The Vallejo City Council is set to ratify an emergency
ordinance this week that prohibits landlords from raising rents more than 10
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The rent reform will ensure that the renting sector will be
characterised by seriousness but will not involve any strict regulation, Prime
Minister Joseph Muscat says.
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