The fires have reduced output by about 1.2 million barrels a day, according to new estimates from the Conference Board of Canada. The research group says 14 days of production cuts represent an economic hit of about $985 million to the Alberta economy.shutdown of activity in Fort McMurray and in the oilsands will have a major impact on the local economy in the short term, the Ottawa based group said in a statement Tuesday.Alberta insurance rates to rise as Fort McMurray fire expected to be costliest disaster in Canadian historyBig banks shave 2016 growth outlooks for Canada in wake of Alberta wildfireFires costing oilsands sector $70 million a day in lost revenueMoving WorkersSuncor is in the process of transporting workers from lodges on Aostra Road and near its base plant facility to other lodges as it starts a staged and orderly shutdown of the base plant, the company said in a statement Tuesday. Suncor had shut its northern oilsands operations two weeks ago as the fire first broke out, burning whole neighbourhoods in Fort McMurray, the gateway to the world third largest oil reserves.The renewed threat from the blaze helped push crude to a seven month high, with West Texas Intermediate for June delivery gaining as much as 70 cents US to US$48.42 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, the highest since Oct.
After I have practised for about six month i moved on to Pilate’s abs workout and Pilates beginning mat workout with Ana Gaban. For this, you need abs muscles and some core control, otherwise it isn’t possible. And it sure is a challenge even then. Aaron Davidson, the 44 year old president of the company, and 13 other defendants are named in a 47 count indictment unsealed in Brooklyn federal court this morning. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch, who was recently confirmed by Congress, announced the charges and said they expose widespread corruption in the soccer organization.
The average attendance at women’s home games last year was 3,261.Geroge previously worked at the school from 1987 to 1991 as director of football operations under former coach Bill McCartney.Prior to the contract vote Wednesday morning in Denver, Regent Jim Geddes, R Sedalia, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Rick George back to the University of Colorado.”George’s contract was approved 8 0. Chairman Michael Carrigan, D Denver, abstained as he does on most votes.The new athletic director also can earn bonuses for winning seasons. That includes a $25,000 bonus if the football team wins the Pac 12 South Division Championship and $200,000 bonus if the Buffs win the National Championship.CU will also pay up to $35,000 in moving expenses and provide a courtesy car or $600 a month for auto expenses, a country club membership, 10 season tickets for football and basketball games, and a cell phone..