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Suncor announced a multi-year strategic alliance with Microsoft Canada as a part of its effort to accelerate its digital transformation. Microsoft is now Suncor’s strategic cloud provider, using Microsoft’s full range of cloud solutions, upgrade data centres, and increase analytics capabilities. Suncor will also collaborate with Microsoft on innovation projects.
Over 200 industry professionals recently descended on Edmonton, Alberta for the PEMAC MainTrain 2019 conference at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel.
Enbridge Inc., has closed the previously announced transaction to sell Enbridge Gas New Brunswick Limited Partnership along with its general partner Enbridge Gas New Brunswick Inc. to Liberty Utilities (Canada) LP, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp., for a cash purchase price of CAD $331 million, subject to certain customary adjustments.
Shell Canada and Aamjiwnaang First Nation announced the transfer of approximately 70 acres of land.
FortisBC is starting community engagement on a proposal to upgrade its gas meters to new advanced meters. The Advanced Gas Meters project would upgrade meters of over a million natural gas customers between 2022 and 2026.
As of October 2019, 13 of Schneider Electric's buildings are net zero carbon, located in China, Europe and North America. These buildings leverage digital energy management with EcoStruxure Power and Building to deliver year-on-year energy savings.
Ensol Systems has partnered with Sunfire, which will help Sunfire leverage Ensol’s expertise integrating power systems built for harsh Canadian winters.
Spark Power Group Inc., parent company to Spark Power Corp., celebrated the grand opening of its 37th location and regional office in London, Ontario.
According to an updated international research survey by Ipsos, conducted on behalf of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), the world wants Canadian oil and natural gas.
ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada has acquiring the assets of Legault Métal Inc., a metals recycling company with facilities in Quebec. These sites, which will now operate under the name Legault Métal, a division of ArcelorMittal, will continue to deliver its services to scrap dealers and individuals.
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