Headlines for Jan. 26, 2017

  1. Crescent Point Top Operator In 2016

    Crescent Point Energy Corp. was the top operator in 2016, excluding experimental/test wells — drilling the most wells and rig releasing the most metres.

  2. Husky Upbeat On West White Rose, Dividend Reinstatement

    Husky Energy Inc. is optimistic about proceeding with its West White Rose offshore project and reinstating its corporate dividend, though it foresees higher service costs in Western Canada and is monitoring U.S. political developments.

  3. AltaGas Acquisition ‘Transformational’

    In what it’s calling a “transformational acquisition” Calgary-based midstream giant AltaGas Ltd. confirmed Wednesday — in an announcement that came as no surprise to those familiar with the company — that it will acquire Washington, D.C.-based WGL Holdings Ltd. for C$8.4 billion.

  4. Shippers Re-Engaging With TransCanada On Keystone XL

    TransCanada Corporation, which this week was invited by United States President Donald Trump to resubmit an application for the Keystone XL pipeline, has begun to re-engage with shippers on the economics of the project, an investment conference heard Wednesday. 

  5. SPE And ESC Host Minister Of Economic Development, Deron Bilous

    The Society of Petroleum Engineers Calgary Section & Economic Society of Calgary (ESC) welcome the Honorable Deron Bilous. The minister will give a presentation to the oil industry where he answers the question: “Is Alberta a Sustainable Place to Invest Capital?”

  6. Official Launch Events Of The Going Global Report - Phase 2

    This comprehensive study targets oilfield services and oil and gas technology firms that aspire to become successful global exporters. The Going Global reports provide the inside intelligence and practical advice and tools needed to excel in this space. 

  7. Chevron Appoints Vice-Chairman

    Chevron Corporation announced that Michael K. Wirth, executive vice-president of midstream and development, has been named vice-chairman, effective Feb. 1, 2017.

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