Industry Related News - JuneWarren-Nickles
Powered once again by the Montney, the B.C. government brought in $10.74 million at its September sale held this week.
B.C. bonus bids for the 2017/2018 fiscal year have surged to $121 million to the end of September, higher than the $61.23 million for all of 2016/2017, and well above the record low of $15.93 million in 2015/2016.
Western Canadian natural gas producers will be able to compete directly with United States shale gas at the Dawn, Ont. hub beginning Nov. 1, 2017 with a new transportation service on the TransCanada Corporation Mainline, the company said today.
Drilling rig activity in Western Canada and the Top 5 active operators as of Sept. 22, 2017, as reported this morning by Rig Locator.
The total number of operating rigs in the United States was 935 this week, according to the Baker Hughes weekly count, one down from the 936 that were at work last week.
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) and Alberta Innovates are hosting SPARK 2017, Nov. 6-8, to support game-changing solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance the bioindustrial sector.
Pressure Relief Valves provide protection of life and of the facility (and property within it). When an overpressure condition exists, a pressure relief valve will open and allow overpressure discharge from the pressurized equipment. 
Veresen Inc. says that Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline have filed applications with the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the construction and operation of a 7.8 million tonne per an…
There is a technological shift in how businesses collect, track and store data as more shift towards reporting automation and digitization.
Precision Drilling Corporation added Susan M. MacKenzie to its board of directors.
Industry Related News - Mondaq
September 20th
In the most recent decision in the ongoing Kawartha Lakes saga, the Superior Court of Justice found homeowner Mr. Wayne Gendron partly responsible for an oil spill that destroyed his lakeside property.
September 18th
The US is Canada's biggest export customer for crude oil & natural gas and is now its biggest competitor.
September 11th
Quebec mining and oil and gas industries must now comply with the Regulation respecting the application of the Act respecting transparency measures in the mining, oil and gas industries
September 11th
In Talisman Energy Inc. v Questerre Energy Corporation, 2017 ABCA 218 the Alberta Court of Appeal considered the pay first, dispute later provisions common in oil and gas joint operating agreements.
September 6th
Set-off is one of the most effective and powerful remedies available to a creditor, and operators under oil and gas operating agreements find it especially useful, in that the operator can set off revenues
September 5th
On August 24, 2017, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) announced that three Ontario electricity distributors will be implementing new electricity commodity pricing options for consumers who use the "Regulated Price Plan".
September 4th
The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) issued a decision on August 28, 2017 with respect to a motion for production of documents and other information in an enforcement proceeding.
September 4th
On August 23, 2017, the National Energy Board (NEB) issued its Decision on the List of Issues for the review of TransCanada's proposed Energy East and Eastern Mainline projects.
August 31st
On August 22, 2017, the Ontario Energy Board issued a Decision on Preliminary Issues that provided further direction on certain issues with respect to natural gas community expansion projects.
August 25th
From the small town of Smithers, British Columbia, Michael Sawyer applied to the National Energy Board (the "NEB") requesting it to determine and issue a declaratory order that the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project (the "Project") was properly within…

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