Oilpatch Overtime Pay Under Threat

Bill 66 is a coordinated effort among Conservatives to suppress wages and workplace rights, says Alberta Federation of Labour. Jason Kenney, leader of the United Conservative Party (UCP) in Alberta, has been trying to reassure working Albertans that his party’s plan to change the system for calculating overtime pay is no big deal. But that

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Schlumberger to Stop Taking New Field-Management Projects

Oilfield services provider spent billions of dollars managing customers’ oilfields, in some cases becoming an investor in the fields, while seeking to profit from increased oil production. Schlumberger, the world’s largest oilfield services provider, will stop taking new field management contracts, which have been criticized for their heavy upfront investment, while it seeks to sell

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