Headlines for May 18, 2016

  1. AER Releases 2015 Reserves Report

    Alberta has remaining established reserves of 165 billion bbls of crude bitumen with an ultimate potential (recoverable) of 315 billion bbls, says the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in its 2015 annual reserves report.

  2. Daily Infographic: Alberta Wildfires Reduced Natural Gas Demand And Prices In Canada

    The wildfires in Alberta near oilsands operations led to low consumption of natural gas, which is used in oilsands operations, and all-time lows in Canadian natural gas prices. Reports estimated consumption of natural gas in Alberta fell by close to 25 per cent. While Canadian spot prices rose in the early days of the fires last week, these declines in consumption pushed prices to record lows.

  3. Encana Tackles Montney Bottleneck

    Encana Corporation’s Montney growth plan requires additional compression and gas processing field infrastructure in order to compete with other top North American gas plays, because current capacity is full in British Columbia, as is the capacity in much of Alberta where the company has Montney interests.

  4. Downturn Provides Wisdom, Opportunities

    The current downturn in oil and gas activity won’t last forever, but there are practices industry can adopt to survive now and thrive once it’s over, an industry meeting heard.

  5. Vista Resources Harmattan Inc. Property Divestiture

    Sayer Energy Advisors has been engaged to assist Vista Resources Harmattan Inc. (“Vista” or the “Company”) in divesting its 24.2345% working interest in the Harmattan East Viking Unit No. 1 (the “Unit”), as well as its working interests of between 25% and 90% in three non-Unit oil wells and one non-Unit natural gas well (“Harmattan East” or the “Property”).

  6. Sponsored Content – Living In Challenging Times: Energy Market Update

    These are indeed challenging times, though anyone involved in the energy industry for more than a decade has encountered at least one downturn. The industry itself has changed significantly since 2014 and is facing unprecedented uncertainty. Throughout this article we examine some of the factors that make up this current down cycle, as well as some of the courses of action available for companies on both the producer and services side of the equation. While the challenges facing the industry are significant, there are still reasons to be optimistic.

  7. Shale Gas Crucial For UK Energy Security: Minister

    The development of a United Kingdom shale gas industry was today favourably positioned as an “effective low-carbon bridge” amid broader goals to reduce the nation’s reliance upon coal and secure alternative future power supplies.

  8. B.C. Government Announces Geoscience BC Funding

    To further support its work in encouraging mineral, coal, and oil and gas exploration investment in British Columbia through the collection and distribution of publicly available geoscience data, the B.C. government will provide $5 million in funding to Geoscience BC.

Next Issue → ← Previous Issue