Headlines for Oct. 11, 2017

  1. Analysis: Crude Oil Prices To Jump In 2018

    Crude oil prices should surprise on the upside in 2018, after a decent rebound this year, despite major oil forecasting agencies such as the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projecting a weakening of market fundamentals. The Saudi royal family has painted the kingdom into a corner through a series of missteps, making it increasingly important that crude oil prices are fairly high next year to ensure a successful initial public offering (IPO) for family-owned Saudi Aramco.

  2. Energy For Tomorrow - Canada In The Worlds Energy Future, Oct 19 - Register Now!

    The PJVA, CAPL, PASC, AIPN and Canada Action present “Energy for Tomorrow - Canada in the Worlds Energy Future” Oct 19th with Jeff Gaulin, CAPP VP of Communications. A discussion of CAPP initiatives for the Industry, insights into the current climate for Energy and views of initiatives that companies are exploring with PJVA Presidents, PASC SME and CAPL's President.

  3. Corridor Restarting Natgas Production In November

    Corridor Resources Inc. has finalized its production optimization strategy for the period from Nov. 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018, and the company said it will partially restart output next month with full field production by December.


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