DOE expects further weakening in oil prices

DOE expects further weakening in oil prices
Announcement to back away from replenishing U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserves in February is a warning sign When the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) rejected the first batch of bids from oil companies to resupply a small amount of oil to replenish the depleted U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR), many took it as a sign of things to come. The administration... Read More

Canada’s combined federal-provincial debt will exceed $2 trillion in 2022/23

Canada’s combined federal-provincial debt will exceed $2 trillion in 2022/23
TORONTO – Combined federal and provincial debt in Canada has nearly doubled from $1.1 trillion in 2007/08 (the year before the last recession) to a projected $2.1 trillion this year—with Ontario as the most indebted province relative to the size of its economy—finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. “Government... Read More

Global Helium adds new land position in Alberta

Global Helium adds new land position in Alberta
CALGARY – Global Helium Corp. (CSE: HECO) (OTC: HECOF), one of North America’s largest helium exploration and development companies, announced that on January 6, 2023 the Company entered into an agreement with one of Canada’s largest mineral landowners to establish a significant land position in a proven helium producing region of Southeast Alberta along the Manyberries Helium trend. The Agreement provides... Read More