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TGS announces expansion of onshore seismic project in Canada

TGS announces expansion of its 2018 onshore seismic survey Dawson Phase II in Canada.

LNG terminal poised to boost struggling Canadian gas producers

A LNG terminal in British Columbia will re-focus people on Canadian gas, according to the manager of $377 million in assets for Bank of Nova Scotia.

‘Bridge to Nowhere’ leaves pent-up Permian gas problems unsolved

A major Mexican pipeline opened this week after almost two years of delays. That’s the good news for drillers across the border who are seeking an expanded market for natural gas siphoned from the pent-up Permian basin.

Emerge Energy Services to open new frac sand terminal in British Columbia

Superior Silica Sands LLC, a subsidiary of Emerge Energy Services LP, has announced that it has signed an agreement with a third-party logistics provider, Torq Energy Logistics Ltd., to open a new frac sand terminal in Buick, British Columbia.

LNG Canada nearing approval of LNG facility, servicers say

The prospects for a massive gas export plant on Canada’s Pacific Coast are looking bright, according to executives of service companies that would have a hand in supporting the facility.

Crude's bull run made this oil-sands producer Canada's top stock

For any investor who was looking to gain from rising oil prices, there may not have been a better way to play the recent bull run than MEG Energy Corp.

Canadian oil supplies to stay tight with Syncrude down for weeks

Canadian crude supplies may remain tight in the coming weeks as Suncor Energy Inc. works to bring its massive Syncrude oil-sands operation back online, a process that the company said won’t be completed until September.

First oil

Kurt Abraham, World Oil

Canada’s E&P sector still trying to regain traction

Steel tariffs: A campaign promise the oil industry hoped Trump would not keep

David Blackmon, Contributing Editor

On March 1, U.S. President Donald Trump announced 25% tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. The E&P industry is telling Congress and the administration that this is a bad idea. The real question is “Why Was Anyone Surprised?”

Shell ramps up in Kitimat, raising Canada’s $30-billion LNG hopes

Activity in a remote Canadian town is raising optimism that Shell is ready to start work on its $30-billion LNG terminal that could increase energy exports to Asia.

Petrolia Energy acquires interest in oil and gas properties in Southwest Canada

Petrolia Energy Corporation is pleased to announce that it has acquired a 25% working interest in the Luseland, Hearts Hill, and Cuthbert fields, located in Southwest Saskatchewan and Eastern Alberta, Canada.

Canadian oil set for steady gains with transport woes abating

Canadian oil prices are poised to continue their slow, steady march upward next year as shipping bottlenecks ease and U.S. refiners look north to fill the gap created by decreasing output from Venezuela, according to Deloitte.

Enbridge pipeline gets Minnesota nod in win for oil sands

Canada’s oil industry just moved one step closer to getting some relief from its pipeline woes.

Noia Oil & Gas Conference 2018 comes to a close

The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia) 34th annual oil & gas conference was held this week at the St. John’s Convention Centre. Themed Redefining Oil: The Time is Now, the conference heard from a variety of speakers with the themes of regulatory clarity and investment support.

TransCanada Keystone XL may be one oil pipeline too many

TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL may be one pipeline too many for Canada, at least for now.

Vermilion says Canadian investment angst won better Spartan deal

Vermilion Energy Inc. CEO Anthony Marino said the concerns about the Canadian oil industry’s competitiveness helped his company secure a better price in its purchase of Spartan Energy Corp. this year.

Global Petroleum Show opens in Calgary with revamped format

Amid an atmosphere among the Canadian oil and gas industry that activity is slowly getting better, the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) has opened this morning with an improved lineup of features that include a business and technical conference, and a new GPS Awards Gala.

GPS 2018: CAPP says growth of Canadian oil production remains constrained

During the opening day, Tuesday, of this year’s Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) released its 2018 Crude Oil Forecast, Markets and Transportation report.

GPS 2018: CAPP says growth of Canadian oil production remains constrained

During the opening day, Tuesday, of this year’s Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) released its 2018 Crude Oil Forecast, Markets and Transportation report.

Corridor Resources to suspend work on Old Harry Project, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Corridor Resources Inc. has announced that it has completed its integrated geotechnical analysis of the Old Harry prospect comprised of data from a controlled source electromagnetic survey (CSEM) and reprocessed two dimensional (2D) seismic. Old Harry is a large (43,000-acre), undrilled structure with four-way closure located in approximately 470 m of water in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, straddling the border of Newfoundland and Quebec.