Headlines for March 11, 2015

  1. Stranded Arctic Resources Wait For Collaboration, Conference Hears

    With conventional discovered marketable reserves of nearly two billion bbls of oil and 32 tcf of gas, as well as tremendous unconventional potential, Arctic Canada is blessed with an abundance of resources but they will remain stranded until major impediments to development are identified and solved, an industry conference heard.

  2. Raw Resource Extraction Industries Provide Highest Value-Added: Report

    Canada’s economy, and everyone in it, would be better off if politicians and public commentators put the phrase “value added” to rest, says a new report by the University of Calgary School of Public Policy, which stated that Canada’s raw resource extraction industries actually provide the highest value-added.

  3. Spartan Reports Record Production

    Spartan Energy Corp. reported average production of 8,844 boe per day in Q4 (95 per cent liquids), a 20 per cent increase over the previous quarter.

  4. Trican Announces Normal Course Issuer Bid

    Trican Well Service Ltd. announces that the Toronto Stock Exchange has accepted its application to make a normal course issuer bid to purchase, from March 13, 2015, to March 12, 2016, certain of its outstanding common shares.

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