Headlines for Dec. 20, 2017

  1. Analysis: Revolutions Fell Big Trees – An Ode To Peak Oil Demand

    People around these parts don't much like those who say peak oil demand is inevitable. Can’t say that I blame them. The theory ain’t good for business in the short term  — although taking the appropriate actions now, assuming it is correct, could keep them from driving off a proverbial cliff in the more distant future. Funny thing, many of the people trying to debunk peak oil demand are the same ones who sold Peak Oil — on the supply side — like snake oil last decade. It's like these people just tell you folk what you want to hear, not what you need to hear.

  2. 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.

  3. Point Loma Outlines First Half 2018 Activity

    Point Loma Resources Ltd., which has captured over 160,000 net acres across the multi-zone Mannville, Nordegg and Banff fairways of west central Alberta, outlined planned activities for the first half of 2018, which includes a two-well drilling program.

  4. Paramount Announces Normal Course Issuer Bid

    Paramount Resources Ltd.’s board has approved a normal course issuer bid (NCIB) and a notice of intention to make a normal course issuer bid has been filed with, and accepted by, the Toronto Stock Exchange.

  5. Altura Grants Stock Options

    Altura Energy Inc. has granted options to acquire 1.64 million common shares in the capital of Altura, of which 1.59 million were granted to officers and directors of the company. 

  6. BAT Not Included In Tax Reform, Webinar Hears

    Canadian oil and gas producers escaped a provision in the new tax reform bill President Donald Trump is expected to sign into law before Christmas that would have represented a significant blow to them, according to two Washington-based journalists.


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