Apr 24, 2017
COSSD advertisers will soon be able to make profits through a new, self-serve portal.
Though there may be many commonalities between the Canadian and U.S. oilfield services markets, there are also major differences, a recent gathering in Calgary heard from experts who work on both
Despite a recent setback in limiting methane emissions with U.S. President Donald Trump’s attempt to scrap the previous administration’s regulations—to cut emissions from oil and gas
Oilfield service and supply companies appear to be increasingly recognizing the benefits of cooperation, both internally and with peers, but it is still early days and there is much untapped
The need for oil and gas companies to be leaner and more efficient in the “new normal” of $50 WTI is resulting in many changes to the way the system works—including how employers
Mar 20, 2017
Seven Generations Energy is drilling its Montney wells up to 50 per cent faster as it continues to test new techniques, the company said in early March.
Service companies need a sustained recovery in activity levels in the second half of 2017 to return pricing for oilfield services to more sustainable levels, says the president of Total Energy
Higher commodity prices are driving a renewed focus on completing wells in Alberta, following a huge increase in the number of drilled but uncompleted wells (DUCs) in the province over the past three
A Financial Post headline on February 17 declared “The Permian Basin: An existential threat to Canadian oil as the war on cost heats up.”
New to the U.K.’s energy sector are onshore opportunities in the shale gas sector, which Canadian industry can help play a role in developing.
Feb 21, 2017
What a difference a year has made.
A new waterflood technology that Crescent Point Energy is developing in Saskatchewan could potentially enable the company to maintain a steady annual decline rate even as it continues to
Executives from Ensign Energy Services were in Toronto at the beginning of February for the first investor day in the company’s 30-year history.
The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) has bumped up its 2017 Canadian drilling activity forecast, now estimating industry will drill (rig release) 5,150 wells this year, up 23
Feb 17, 2017
A dwindling stable of Alberta seismic firms could pose problems when a recovery takes shape, seismic industry leaders said recently.
The Alberta government has approved 129 new wells since July 12, when companies were allowed to apply for early access to the new royalty framework, and more applications are coming in.
The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) applauded the federal government’s approval of the replacement of Enbridge Inc.’s Line 3 and Kinder Morgan
Total Energy Services has not touched its employee benefit plan—including its savings plan—despite the industry downturn, which is part of an investment strategy over the past two
The first projects in Canada to convert propane into value-added products have received $500 million in support from the Government of Alberta.
In its Canadian Drilling Activity Forecast released on November 2, the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) expects a total of 4,175 wells (rig releases) to be drilled in Canada in
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