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Petronas resumes Montney drilling after two-year absence

Malaysia’s state-owned oil and gas company is back in the field in Northeast B.C. after two years of no drilling. Petronas subsidiary Progress Energy resumed drilling activity in the basin this...

Crude rail by train to increase 150% in Canada: analysts

Canadian crude by rail volumes are expected to continue breaking records all through next year as production exceeds pipeline export capacity. Trainloads of Canadian crude have reached new records...

All camp contracts now in place for LNG Canada pipeline

Black Diamond Group is the latest oilfield service company to announce success in a flurry of contract awards for the Coastal GasLink Pipeline, which will service the LNG Canada project. The company...

Horizon North gearing up for LNG Canada construction

Horizon North Logistics is ready for new opportunities on the way should the LNG Canada partners do what is expected and make a positive final investment decision this year. The Calgary-based...

Shell and HTEC open Canada's first retail hydrogen refuelling station in Vancouver

Shell and Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation (HTEC) launched Canada's first hydrogen refuelling station for fuel cell electric vehicles open to the public on Friday, the first of three...

First of 43 Trans Mountain spill response vehicles launched

The first of 43 new spill response vessels being built to support the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion was launched last week in Prince Rupert, B.C. The 26-foot Sentinel 30 workboat and landing...

Horizon North wins contract for 1,400 North Montney camp beds; LNG potential boosts stock

Horizon North Logistics says it has been awarded a conditional contract to construct and operate two new workforce lodges with close to 1,200 combined beds in the North Montney region. The deal also...

ConocoPhillips expands Montney land position by US$120 million as appraisal work continues

Company announces acquisition of about 35,000 acres of additional lands located adjacent to its existing acreage

Kinder Morgan capacity squeezed as Trans Mountain expansion hits delay

Permitting issues continue to delay construction of the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby, and lack of capacity remains a concern. As lawyers stood this week before...

Driverless haulers present cost-saving opportunities for oilsands: CIBC

On a scale of one to 10 of being able to help oilsands producers save costs—today—autonomous hauling systems are a 10, according to analysts with CIBC. It’s a statement that may already ring true...