Headlines for June 9, 2017

  1. Sturgeon Should Not Be Viewed As ‘Plan B’ If TMX Stymied

    Ian MacGregor, the chief executive of North West Refining Ltd. (NWR), says his project shouldn’t be viewed as a “plan b” alternative, in case the planned expansion of Kinder Morgan Canada’s Trans Mountain pipeline to British Columbia is sidelined by provincial government opposition.

  2. Rising Rig Count Bodes Well For Cathedral

    “What a difference a year makes,” Scott MacFarlane, chief executive of Cathedral Energy Services Ltd., told the company’s annual meeting Wednesday, noting the toll the downturn has taken on service pricing, which fell 35 per cent for Cathedral last year.

  3. Manitok, Craft Close Arrangement

    Manitok Energy Inc. and Craft Oil Ltd. announced that the previously announced plan of arrangement was completed on June 6, 2017. 

  4. Spark 2017: Call For Abstracts - Deadline June 19

    Clean technology innovation will be front and centre at SPARK 2017. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with idea generators in industry and research, investors, experts and innovation advisors who can help you advance your clean technology and bioindustrial solutions toward commercialization.

  5. Squatex In New Partnership Agreement With INRS/NSERC

    Resources & Energy Squatex Inc. has entered into a new research and partnership agreement with the National Institute for Scientific Research (INRS-ETE) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).


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