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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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How to Find a Job at Site C

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Site C is the third dam and generating station being constructed on the Peace River in north-eastern British Columbia. The project is designed to provide 1,100-megawatts of capacity with around 5,100-gigawatt hours of energy each year in the province. At the end of 2014, Site C received approval from the provincial government to begin construction. Since then, this lucrative project has created a significant amount of jobs and will continue to provide employment until the project’s completion...

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How to Find CCJV Hackberry (Cameron LNG) Jobs in Louisiana

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CCJV is a joint venture between McDermott International and Chiyoda International corporation that provides engineering and construction services to the Cameron LNG liquefaction project. This ongoing project in Hackberry, Louisiana, has created a variety of job opportunities for those looking for work in the energy sector! Keep reading to learn more about what Cameron LNG does, available jobs, and how to snag a position with McDermott International: What Does Cameron LNG Do? Cameron LNG is a...

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$5.9B Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline could 'Quickly Put 1000's to Work'

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A recent story from Reuters suggests that Alaska seeks funding for a $5.9B natural gas pipeline that could create 1000's of jobs in Alaska. According to a report Frank Richards - president of the Alaska Gasline Development Corp - the proposed pipeline would run approx. 500 miles, and could start delivering gas into central Alaska by 2025. He presented this report to the board last Thursday. The total $38.7 billion project includes an 807-mile pipeline with the capacity to transport 3.3 billio...

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$1.45B Port Aurthur Refinery Gets Final Approval, Dozens New Jobs Created

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As originally reported by the Beaumont Enterprise, a Port Aurthur based renewable diesel refinery has been given final approval for construction. Diamond Green Diesel (DGD) Port Arthur is estimated to start operations in the second half of 2023, and would have capacity of 470 million gallons per year. The cost of construction is expected to be $1.45 Billion and split between joint venture partners Valero Energy Corp and Darling Ingredients with funding from internal cash flows provided by DGD....

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