Headlines for May 26, 2017

  1. Active Rig Count In Western Canada On A Slow Climb

    One or two more rigs have come back into service most days this week — with a total of 109 rigs at work in Western Canada on Friday morning — with an increase of activity in Saskatchewan moving overall counts higher.

  2. Alberta Trying To Keep ‘Federal Regulatory Camel’ Out

    The methane emissions framework Canada’s environment minister rolled out Thursday is a default regime that will bind Canada’s petroleum-producing provinces only if they fail to enact similar regimes or do so without meeting federal standards, feedback from industry executives suggest.

  3. ASC Appoints Three New Commission Members

    The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) announced that the lieutenant governor in council has appointed Trudy Curran, Karen Kim and James Oosterbaan, as ASC members, each for a three-year term expiring on March 31, 2020.


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