Headlines for Sept. 12, 2017

  1. Waterflood Management Course

    Are you a reservoir, petroleum and exploitation engineer or technologist? Are you a Geologist involved in Waterflooding and EOR schemes? This course is for YOU!

  2. McElhanney Land Surveys Merges With SarPoint Engineering

    McElhanney Land Surveys, a leading provider of surveying, mapping and GIS services in Canada and SarPoint Engineering, an industry leader in remote sensing, mapping and environmental assessment services, have announced the merging of their companies.

  3. NuVista Energy Provides Operational Update And Pipestone Well Test Results

    NuVista Energy Ltd. provided on Monday a significant operational update including the startup at its Bilbo block of its largest pad drilled to date; powerful IP30 success from Elmworth block high intensity fractured wells (HiFi); the successful and on-time conclusion of the Keyera Simonette gas plant planned turnaround; and the achievement of a compelling well test in its emerging Pipestone block.

  4. The SPE Canadian Educational Foundation Needs Your Help!

    The foundation provides financial support for educational initiatives in the Canadian oil and gas sector, ranging from scholarships to science fairs, including organizations like Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science and Technology (WISEST) and the U of C Petroleum and Energy Society (PES).

  5. Canadian Global Exploration Forum Annual Conference, September 27-28, 2017 – Calgary

    Canadian international oil & gas companies (IOCs) have a wide-reaching impact with some 136 companies conducting business in over 36 countries on six continents, producing an estimated net one million barrels of oil equivalent per day. CGEF uniquely acts as both a point of contact and a place to develop and promote working relationships across the industry.

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