Headlines for March 16, 2016

  1. Valued-Added Projects Could Receive Boost From West Coast LNG

    LNG exports off the West Coast could not only provide a market for Canadian natural gas, which is losing out to the Marcellus shale play in the United States, but it could open up additional opportunities for propane exports and new value-added petrochemical developments in Western Canada, an oil and gas symposium heard Tuesday.

  2. Alberta Hopeful Of More Petrochemical Projects, Says Minister

    In the royalty framework report, the review panel recommended a number of opportunities for Alberta to promote diversification and create jobs and “we are taking action,” Alberta Energy Minister Margaret McCuaig-Boyd said in a keynote speech to the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) oil and gas symposium in Calgary.

  3. Winners Of 2016 Energy New Venture Competition Announced

    Year-old technology Calgary start-up Spectralog and five other seed-stage companies shared almost $150,000 in cash and cash-equivalent prizes at the 2016 Energy New Venture Competition hosted by the Haskayne School of Business, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

  4. P&ID: Reading And Interpretation – April 4-5 - Calgary - $1395

    This 2-day course will provide participants with the principles of P&ID drawings which are used in process industries. This course is suitable for individuals dealing with P&ID’s in all Process industries including Chemical, Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Water & wastewater, and Food processing industries.

  5. Are You A Company Selling To The Oilsands Market?

    There are still new opportunities in the oilsands for the right suppliers. Attend Selling to the Sands, a one-day course that will guide attendees through the new realities of the market, and how to realize optimum, actionable business relationships.

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