Headlines for Nov. 28, 2017

  1. Conservation Offsets For Habitat Restoration Eyed

    Alberta Environment is looking at conservation offsets to address the permanent loss of habitat from the landscape due to oil and gas activity, a department official told a recent ecological issues forum.

  2. Keystone Pipeline Back In Service Today

    Starting today, TransCanada Corporation was to resume Keystone pipeline service at a reduced pressure to ensure a safe and gradual increase in the volume of crude oil moving through the system.

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  4. Pembina Launches $300 Million Bought Deal Preferred Share Offering

    Pembina Pipeline Corporation has entered into an agreement with a syndicate of underwriters co-led by RBC Capital Markets, CIBC World Markets, and Scotiabank pursuant to which the underwriters have agreed to purchase from Pembina 12 million cumulative redeemable minimum rate reset class A preferred shares, Series 21 at a price of $25 per share for distribution to the public.

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  6. Saturn In Asset Exchange Agreement

    Saturn Oil + Gas Inc. has entered into an asset exchange agreement with a major Viking producer and successfully completed drilling operations on its first two Viking horizontal wells.

  7. Sunshine Announces Shareholder Loan Agreement

    Sunshine Oilsands Ltd.’s board announced that on Nov. 28, 2017 (Hong Kong time) after trading hours, a shareholder’s loan agreement was entered into between Prime Union as lender and the company as borrower, pursuant to which the lender agreed to provide a loan to the company in the aggregate amount of HK$18,269,768.

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