Headlines for July 21, 2017

  1. Court Sends B.C. Pipeline Case Back To NEB

    In ruling a proposed pipeline did not fall under federal jurisdiction, the National Energy Board (NEB) erred and must reconsider the matter according to rules laid down by the Supreme Court of Canada, Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal ruled in a decision Wednesday.

  2. BP Eyeing Mexico Investment

    Lake Chapala, Mex. — An executive with BP plc says the company will open 200 stations this year and is also looking at entering all sectors of the transportation fuels market, possibly including owning refineries.

  3. Wilks Brothers Acquires Common Shares Of Calfrac

    Wilks Brothers, LLC acquired 2.73 million common shares of Calfrac Well Services Ltd. at a price of $3.04 per common share for a total of $8.3 million through the facilities of the Toronto Stock Exchange.

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