Headlines for Sept. 26, 2017

  1. Daily Infographic: Crude-By-Rail Volumes Fell In July

    Canadian crude oil exports by rail fell in July 2017 to 92,551 bbls a day from 109,506 bbls a day the previous month, according to the National Energy Board (NEB). It was the first month this year that volumes fell below 100,000 bbls a day average for a single month.

  2. 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).

  3. Pengrowth Comments On Trading Activity

    Pengrowth Energy Corporation issued a statement in response to a request by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) to comment on the recent significant increase in its share price and higher trading volumes.

  4. Trinidad Announces Normal Course Issuer Bid

    Trinidad Drilling Ltd. has received approval from the Toronto Stock Exchange to acquire for cancellation, by way of normal course issuer bid, up to 23.03 million common shares of the company, which represent approximately 10 per cent of the company's public float.


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