Headlines for May 29, 2017

  1. Veresen Responds To NEB Request To Notify Aboriginal Groups

    Veresen NGL Pipeline Inc. has responded to the National Energy Board (NEB), following a board letter saying it was not satisfied with the company’s justification for not notifying all aboriginal groups who have asserted traditional territory in the Empress pipeline project area.

  2. Journey On The Watch For Deals: CEO

    While 2016 was a “rebuilding” year for Alberta’s oil and gas industry, it was also a time of change for Journey Energy Inc., the company’s chief executive told shareholders recently.

  3. Quattro Exploration And Production Ltd. Receivership Sale

    Sayer Energy Advisors has been engaged by Hardie & Kelly Inc. (the “Receiver”) of all of the current and future assets, undertakings and properties of every nature and kind whatsoever of Quattro Exploration and Production Ltd. (“Quattro” or the “Company”) to assist it with a sale for cash of all of Quattro’s oil and natural gas properties (the “Properties”).

  4. Connacher Revenue Up, Net Loss Narrows

    Connacher Oil and Gas Limited’s Q1 2017 revenue, net of royalties, increased to $46.9 million (Q1 2016 - $11.8 million) due to higher sales volumes and higher crude oil benchmark pricing.

  5. U Of C And Beaver Drilling Partner And Launch The Avatar Program

    Beaver Drilling Ltd. and executive education with the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary have partnered to launch the Avatar Program, which is described as “a transformational collaboration that will foster innovative solutions to today’s drilling challenges using technology, artificial intelligence, and advanced leadership development.”

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