Headlines for June 30, 2017

  1. Ceci Confident Of Higher Oil Prices

    Although the price of oil is currently hovering in the US$45 per bbl WTI range, Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci says he expects the price to rebound over the next nine months.

  2. Canada Gas Stocks Updated

    The company supplying weekly natural gas storage information updated its figures due to a problem with numbers from the East region.

  3. DOB Not Publishing Monday Due To Canada Day

    The Daily Oil Bulletin will be closed on July 3 (Monday) and will not publish on that date in lieu of Canada Day on Saturday, July 1. We will resume publishing on Tuesday, July 4.

  4. Cardinal Closes Light Oil Acquisition

    Cardinal Energy Ltd. has closed the previously announced light oil acquisition in the Weyburn/Midale area of southeast Saskatchewan and in the House Mountain area of Alberta.

  5. JWN Announces $5,000 Winners Of “Tell Us Your Story”

    JWN (formerly JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group) invited companies to visit its booth at the 2017 Global Petroleum Show and speak with editors of the Daily Oil Bulletin and Oilweek magazine about their companies and what makes them special or unique in the Canadian energy marketplace.

  6. Sempra Energy Unit, Woodside Sign MOU With KOGAS For Port Arthur LNG Project

    Sempra Energy and Woodside Petroleum Limited subsidiaries, Sempra LNG & Midstream, LLC and Woodside Energy (USA), Inc., have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) regarding the development of the proposed Port Arthur LNG liquefaction project in Port Arthur, Texas.

  7. Pulse Oil Announces Extension Approval By TSX Venture Exchange

    Pulse Oil Corp. announces that the TSX Venture Exchange has approved a request to extend the closing of the second tranche of its previously announced private placement to Aug. 2, 2017 in order for Pulse to continue to work and evaluate certain potential strategic partnership opportunities which have recently come to the company's attention.

  8. Veresen Announces Receipt Of Consents Regarding Its Medium Term Notes And Cancellation Of Meeting Of The Holders Of Notes

    Veresen Inc. announced the expiry of its previously announced solicitation of consents in connection with a proposed amendment of the indenture under which its outstanding four per cent medium term notes, Series 1 due 2018, 5.05 per cent medium term notes, Series 3 due 2022, 3.06 per cent medium term notes, Series 4 due 2019, and 3.43 per cent medium term notes, Series 5 due 2021 were issued.


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