Headlines for Feb. 24, 2014

  1. Farmers Trying To Move Grain Concerned About Impact Of Crude-By-Rail

    While crude can move through a pipeline, grain cannot and many in Canada’s agriculture industry are concerned that the oil industry’s growing use of rail transportation in response to delays in pipeline approvals is impeding the ability of Prairie farmers to access markets for last year’s bumper crop.

  2. SaskPower Carbon Capture Project Start Date Postponed; Cenovus Says Delay To Pose No Issues

    Due to pipe-work completions still underway, SaskPower’s Boundary Dam Power Stationcarbon capture and storage project will not be ready in time for its April 1 start date, although the Crown corporation says the delay will only be temporary, and that the setback should not impede Cenovus Energy Inc.’s ongoing enhanced oil recovery efforts in southern Saskatchewan.

  3. Longview CEO, Kelly Drader, Dies

    Kelly Drader, president, chief executive officer and director of Longview Oil Corp. for the past three years, died suddenly on the weekend while cross-country skiing in Canmore, the company has announced.

  4. Coast Resources Ltd. Property Divestiture

    Sayer Energy Advisors has been engaged to assist Coast Resources Ltd.and related parties (collectively “Coast” or the “Company”) with the sale of a heavy oil property in the Luseland, Saskatchewan area.

  5. Essential Energy Growing Its Sales Team

    Essential Energy Services is again growing our sales team. While focused on developing Essential’s service rig business, team members promote the entire suite of Well Services, including Canada’s largest fleet of coil tubing units. 

  6. Heavy Oil Company Seeks Operations Technician

    Calgary based public heavy oil and gas exploration and production company is seeking a highly qualified Operations Technician. Candidates should have operations technician experience spanning varied projects to add to our department’s capabilities. 

  7. West Hazel Water Disposal Facility Planned By Aroway

    Aroway Energy Inc. says it has executed a farm-out agreement with two private companies that will jointly construct and install a water disposal facility to service its owned and operated West Hazel heavy oil property in western Saskatchewan.

  8. Terra Announces Private Placement

    Terra Energy Corp. announces that it intends to complete a non-brokered private placement offering of up to an aggregate of 3.13 million units and common shares to be issued on a flow-through basis, at a price of 40 cents per unit and per flow-through Share, resulting in gross proceeds of up to $1.25 million.

  9. Rodinia Chief Executive Resigns

    Rodinia Oil Corp. announces that Paul Bennett tendered his resignation as president, chief executive officer and as a director of each of Rodinia and Rodinia Oil (Australia) Pty Ltd., effective Feb. 11, 2014.


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