Headlines for Oct. 20, 2016

  1. Alberta Not Out Of The Woods Yet: Notley

    Despite recent talk that Alberta might finally be coming out of the downturn, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is reserving judgment. After delivering a ‘state-of-the-province’ address in Calgary Wednesday, she answered questions from reporters, one of whom suggested that the worst, economically, might be over.

  2. Spectra: Solicitation Of Interest - Platte Pipeline

    Platte Pipe Line Company, LLC (“Platte”), which owns and operates the Platte Pipeline from Casper, Wyoming to Wood River, Illinois, is soliciting interest for transportation service on its system, including firm transportation service on a new extension of its system from Wood River, Illinois to Patoka, Illinois. Subject to a successful Solicitation of Interest process, Platte estimates the commencement of this new service by 3Q 2017.

  3. Spectra: Solicitation Of Interest - Express Pipeline

    Express Pipeline Ltd. (“Express”), announced today that it is soliciting interest for binding commitments for transportation service originating at Hardisty, Alberta for delivery to points on the Express Pipeline System, Platte Pipeline and TransCanada’s Marketlink Pipeline.

  4. Oilsands Production To Top 3.5 Million Bbls Per Day In 2020

    While low oil prices will mean delays in sanctioning new projects and expansions going into the next decade, production from commercial oilsands projects will approach 3.5 million bbls per day in 2020, says a newly-released Wood Mackenzie report.

  5. MNP Ltd. COGI Receivership Sale

    Sayer Energy Advisors has been engaged by MNP Ltd. in divesting all of the oil and natural gas properties of COGI Limited Partnership, Canadian Oil & Gas International Inc., Conserve Oil Group Inc. & Conserve Oil 1st Corporation (collectively “COGI” or the “Company”).


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