Industry News


They’re back! Peter Tertzakian and Jackie Forrest are excited to host another one-day ARC Forum, on May 9th, 2018. Like the 2017 Forum, they’ll use their thought-provoking interview skills to engage world-class gurus in
Alberta invests in pipeline 'game changer' but $1B commitment needs to lure investors
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took to a podium to discuss economic diversification in the province, and then announced a $1-billion commitment for the province's oil industry.Call it diversification, Alberta-style.
Good news could come for Canadian LNG this year with booming China imports: GMP FirstEnergy
The balance of global LNG supply and demand is shifting, and Canada might finally benefit. Chinese LNG imports have hit all-time records in the past few months, and analysts with GMP FirstEnergy expect that China will..
Alberta Energy Industry Water Use Report
2018 Alberta Energy Industry Water Use Report
Tervita to go public in merger with Newalta; major oilfield environmental service firm created
Two prominent environmental service firms supporting Canada's oil and gas industry have announced their agreement to merge.Publicly traded Newalta Corporation and privately held Tervita will join together to be publicly
Tapping the lithium rush, Canadian miner stakes claims in Utah
A small Canadian mining company has staked claim to mineral rights on over a hundred thousand acres of federal land in Utah since last year, hoping to tap lithium deposits from spent oil wells to feed America’s high-tech
Chesapeake Energy Completes 417 Wells in 2017
Chesapeake Energy Corporation (ticker: CHK) produced approximately 593,200 BOEPD in Q4 2017. Chesapeake's average daily production for the 2017 full year was approximately 547,800 BOE, compared to approximately 635,400
Oilsands producers growing production without increasing use of new water: AER
New data from the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) shows that while oilsands production is increasing, the industry’s introduction of new water into its processes is not – indicating that the industry has found ways
New tar sands technology could be a game-changer for Alberta
Calgary - Ian Gates, an engineer at the University of Calgary thinks an invention he stumbled upon in the laboratory could transform the way Alberta gets its heavy oil to market.
Apache Aims To Boost Produced Water Reuse in Permian
Produced water reuse can be a valuable strategy for operators because lowering their water footprint helps promote sustainability. With oil production rising in the Permian, companies are producing more water.......