Headlines for April 13, 2018

  1. First Nations Offer Solution To Energy Export Challenges

    A proposal from First Nations owned Eagle Spirit Energy Holdings Ltd.  for a $16 billion energy corridor from the Alberta oilsands to tidewater in northern British Columbia is the solution to getting Canadian energy to Asian markets, says the company’s president. 

  2. New Website Enables Canadians To Voice Support For Trans Mountain

    Amid concerns that government actions are eroding investors’ confidence in Canada, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) and the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) are part of a group that has launched a new website to give Canadians a voice on the issue. 

  3. 2018 Horn River Offering

    Imperial Oil Resources Limited (“Imperial”) and ExxonMobil Canada Ltd. (“ExxonMobil”) have initiated a process for the disposition of the complete Horn River asset consisting of operated and non-operated properties located in northeastern British Columbia.

  4. Canada Supply Up, Reports IEA

    Canadian oil production rose another 105,000 bbls/d in December, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the latest month for which final consolidated data is available.

  5. TransCanada Launches Open Season for Marketlink

    TransCanada Corporation launched an open season to solicit commitments from interested parties for new, short-term transportation service agreements of crude oil on Marketlink from Cushing, Oklahoma to markets in the U.S. Gulf Coast.

  6. Ensign Closes Second Tranche Of Private Placement

    Ensign Energy Services Inc. closed the second and final tranche of its non-brokered private placement of unsecured, subordinated convertible debentures of the company for gross proceeds of $11.05 million.

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