Headlines for Dec. 5, 2017

  1. Decision Reserved In Trans Mountain Burnaby Permit Complaint

    The National Energy Board (NEB) has reserved its decision on a notice of motion and constitutional question from Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC that if approved would enable construction to start on the Burnaby and Westridge marine terminals as part of its expansion project.

  2. CGAI Series: How Does Canada Respond To Stranded Asset Risk?

    At the end of 2014, when Saudi Arabia was assessing its loss of market share worldwide, the tally showed a loss of close to 500,000 barrels a day from the U.S. market, mainly on the back of competition from Canada. At the time, the increase in coking refining capacity in the U.S. Midwest strongly favoured Canadian heavy crude while U.S. crude imports, mainly to the U.S. Gulf Coast, from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) had been slashed in half since oil’s price peak in 2008.

  3. Sponsored Content: Accelerate Oil And Gas Transformation With Advanced Technologies

    The Canadian natural resources industry is undergoing enormous change. Volatile energy prices — the reality of US 55 per barrel — reduced production reliability, uncertain market access, the government’s climate change agenda, tightening environmental policy, safety, and compliance concerns along with increasing social drivers, such as social license to operate, all have resulted in industry upheaval.

  4. EPAC Awards — Register Now!

    Hosted by The Explorers and Producers Association of Canada in partnership with JWN, the EPAC Awards recognize and celebrate the leading exploration and production companies in Canada’s oil and gas industry.

  5. Sponsored Content: Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

    Divestco is proud to announce the launch of an exciting new Data Management module for GeoCarta, our powerful GIS based mapping software that lets project teams explore, analyze, filter, map and extract public and proprietary data.


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