Headlines for Sept. 13, 2016

  1. Operators Adapt Technologies To Tap Grand Rapids Bitumen Resource

    The current downturn in oil prices has underscored the need to improve oilsands technologies. Various efforts are underway, but haven’t always made major headlines. This week the Daily Oil Bulletin looks at some unreported or under-reported efforts and discussions aimed at improving oilsands and heavy oil economics through technological improvement.

  2. Daily Infographic: Top Five Well Licensees, January To August

    The top five licensees of new wells over the first eight months of 2016, includingexperimental and oilsands evaluation holes, were Crescent Point Energy Corp.,Raging River Exploration Inc., Cenovus Energy Inc., Teine Energy Ltd. and Royal Dutch Shell plc.

  3. Alberta Heartland Group Lands Interim Director

    The group that promotes industrial development in the Edmonton-Fort Saskatchewan area has seen a change of leadership, as Neil Shelly, executive director for nearly a decade, makes way for interim director Gordon Harris.

  4. Front Range Resources Ltd. Property Divestiture

    Sayer Energy Advisors has been engaged to assist Front Range Resources Ltd. (“Front Range” or the “Company”) with the sale of certain properties located in the Bigstone and Wilson Creek areas of Alberta.

  5. Mexico’s Efforts To Attract Foreign Investors Entering A Crucial Stage

    Mexico’s efforts to attract foreign investors into its oil and gas production sector, as the monopoly of state-owned Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) ends, will be entering a crucial stage in the next few months, as blocks in the deep Gulf of Mexico are auctioned off and Pemex forms a partnership to develop the highly prospective Trion field.

  6. Delphi Ramping Up To 9,100 Boe Per Day

    Delphi Energy Corp. says it expects to ramp up production capability to approximately 9,100 boe per day in the coming weeks, remaining on target to achieve its 2016 exit production target.

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