Headlines for April 20, 2018

  1. B.C. Montney Oil Credit Appears To Be On The Backburner

    In the U.S., Mexico or most other oil and gas producing countries, an area with a potential for the recovery of billions of bbls of oil wouldn’t be ignored for long, but in Canada, particularly British Columbia, that is exactly what is occurring in the Montney play, which straddles the Alberta/B.C. border.

  2. Quiet B.C. Land Sale For April

    B.C. had a quiet land sale in April as, after a brisk start to the year, things have cooled off in the natural gas-prone province.

  3. PETRONAS Committed To LNG Long Game In Canada: CEO

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) is the largest holder of contiguous, natural-gas-rich North Montney land in British Columbia. In turn, Canadian assets hold the second-largest spot in PETRONAS’s portfolio, second only to Malaysia, the state-owned oil and gas company’s home.

  4. Analysis: Alberta Should Let Feds Lead On TMX Ultimatum

    The CEO of Kinder Morgan Steve Kean said investment in the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project (TMX) “may be untenable for a private party to undertake” during his company’s first quarter earnings call on April 18.

  5. NGTL Receives NEB Approval For 2018 Interim Rates

    The National Energy Board (NEB) has approved an application by NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL) for revised 2018 interim rates and continuation of the 2018 abandonment surcharges on an interim basis effective May 1, 2018.


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