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80's & 90's Oil Boom Predicted with 35,000 Jobs in Alberta Anticipated by 2050

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Calgary, Alberta - The CEOs of some of the largest oilsands companies in Alberta have announced that their plans for transitioning to a net-zero emissions future are not about cutting jobs, but rather creating them. The companies, which are part of the Pathways Alliance, a consortium created to decarbonize their production entirely by 2050, estimate that reaching their goal will create 35,000 jobs. "We estimated that we will spend somewhere in the range of $70 billion over the next 30 years to...

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Who are Some of the Top 10 Best Oil, Gas & Energy Companies to work for in Alberta?

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The Government of Canada has stated that the energy industry in Alberta employed approximately 91,000 people in 2020, representing about 5% of total employment in the province. This includes jobs in the oil and gas extraction, support activities for mining and oil and gas, and pipelines sectors. "Total Canadian proven oil reserves are estimated at 171.0 billion barrels, of which 166.3 billion barrels are found in Alberta's oil sands and an additional 4.7 billion barrels in conventional, offshor...

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How Many Jobs are Available in Oil & Gas Production?

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According to a study conducted by PwC on behalf of the American Petroleum Institute (API), the oil and natural gas industry plays a significant role in the national economy, with more than 11.3 million jobs being supported around the country. This includes 375,000 jobs in Ohio alone, which accounts for 5.3% of the state's employment. In terms of economic impact, the industry produced $892.7 billion in labor income and contributed nearly $1.7 trillion to the country's gross domestic product (GDP...

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What are the Highest Paying Oilfield Laborer Jobs in Alberta?

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Oilfield labor jobs in Alberta play a crucial role in the oil and gas industry, providing essential support to drilling and production operations. Alberta has long faced challenges in finding enough skilled labor to meet the demands of the industry and the oilfield is a physically demanding and sometimes hazardous work environment, and it can be difficult to find workers who are both capable and willing to take on these challenges. 3 Reasons Alberta Faces Oilfield Labor Shortages: One of th...

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What are the Highest Paying Oil, Gas, Solar & Energy Jobs in 2023?

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The energy industry is constantly evolving, and the job market is likely to change significantly over the next few years. In the pipeline industry, demand for workers is expected to increase as companies look to expand and upgrade existing pipelines, as well as build new ones to transport oil, gas, and other substances. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of pipeline transport workers is projected to grow by 6% from 2019 to 2029, faster than the average for all occupati...

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