Headlines for Nov. 8, 2017

  1. Author Sees Early Best-Before Date For Alberta’s Oilsands

    Edmonton — Alberta chose the wrong path when it doubled down on the “junk energy” contained in the oilsands in recent years, and must move fast to join the energy transition away from fossil fuels if it hopes to avoid falling off the climate change cliff, political scientist and ecologist Thomas Homer-Dixon told an Edmonton audience Tuesday.

  2. Petrowest Corporation Announces Sale Of Nu-Northern Rentals

    Ernst & Young Inc., in its capacity as Court-appointed Receiver and Manager (the “Receiver”) of Petrowest Corporation and its affiliates (collectively, “Petrowest”), is seeking parties interested in acquiring the assets of Nu-Northern Rentals (“Nu-Northern”).

  3. Petrowest Corporation Announces Package Of Equipment Asset For Sale

    Ernst & Young Inc., in its capacity as Court-appointed Receiver and Manager (the “Receiver”) of Petrowest Corporation and its affiliates (collectively, “Petrowest”), is seeking parties interested in acquiring a package of heavy construction equipment and rolling stock assets of Petrowest.

  4. North Wapiti Pipeline System Planned By Keyera

    Keyera Corporation has announced plans to construct the $120 million North Wapiti Pipeline System to provide critical infrastructure and services to producers developing the Montney north of the Wapiti River.

  5. NGTL Peace River Abandonment Hearing Set For Nov. 8-9

    The National Energy Board (NEB) will hold an oral hearing beginning today in Calgary into an application from NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. for the proposed abandonment of parts of its Peace River Mainline in northwest Alberta.

  6. Pason Revenue Surges In Q3

    Pason Systems Inc. generated consolidated revenue of $64.6 million in the third quarter of 2017, an increase of 67 per cent from the same period in 2016.


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