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Saskatchewan Resource Sector Momentum Expected To Continue In 2014

Building on the strength of the past two years, the Saskatchewan government is looking at another healthy year in the oil and gas sector, says the province's energy and resources minister.

Centrica Energy Beginning Work On Former Suncor Assets 

Centrica Energy’s Wes Morningstar has an enviable problem: how to best develop $1 billion worth of primarily conventional natural gas assets it and partner Qatar Petroleum International acquired from Suncor Energy Inc. earlier this year.

Northern Gateway Pledges Ongoing Work To Address Concerns Following JRP Approval 

While Enbridge Inc. is happy the National Energy Board's Joint Review Panel has recommended the federal cabinet approve its Northern Gateway project subject to 209 conditions, it's not yet ready to celebrate.

SAGD Technology Chosen For Imperial Oil's Proposed Athabasca Oilsands Project 

Imperial Oil Resources Ventures Limited is proposing to develop its first in situ project in the Athabasca oilsands and for the first time will use the SAGD technology that it patented but has never employed commercially.

Enbridge, TransCanada To Collaborate On Leak Detection Research 

North American pipeline industry leaders Enbridge Inc. andTransCanada Corporation have reaffirmed their ongoing commitment to pipeline safety and emergency response by signing a Joint Industry Partnership (JIP) agreement to conduct ground-breaking research in the area of leak detection.

New Report Analyzes North Montney, Shale Gas Resources, Infrastructure 

New natural gas opportunities in northeastern British Columbia and northwestern Alberta in response to growing LNG demand are changing the dynamics of infrastructure systems in northeastern British Columbia and northwestern Alberta, says a new study on the area.

Encana Looks To Increase Liquids Output By 30 Per Cent In 2014 

Encana Corporation is looking to boost its total liquids production by 30 per cent next year as 75 per cent of its planned US$2.4 billion to $2.5 billion capital program for 2014 will focus on five liquids-rich plays, including accelerating the development of the Duvernay.