17 June

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology can significantly extend the productivity of near-depleted oilfields. CCS could potential extend the lifespan of oilfields by many decades. Governments, including those of Canada, […]

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16 June

Calgary, the largest city in Canada’s primary oil-producing province of Alberta, has declared a state of local emergency due to ongoing repairs on the city’s main water pipeline which ruptured […]

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15 June

Welcome to the BOE Report’s Week in Review! Did you miss something this week? We’ve got you covered. Check out any BOE Intel articles that you missed, and catch up […]

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15 June

CALGARY, AB, June 14, 2024 /CNW/ – Tenaz Energy Corp. (“Tenaz”, “We”, “Our”, “Us” or the “Company”) ( TSX: TNZ ) is pleased to announce the results from its annual […]

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14 June

crude oil rail cars The discount on Western Canada Select (WCS) heavy crude versus the North American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) widened on Friday after reports that a major […]

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14 June

Canada’s active rig count came in at 157 this morning, a 7 rig increase compared to last Friday. Albertan rig activity held steady at 99. Saskatchewan’s rig count increased from […]

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14 June

Unifor union said on Friday its members at Shell ’s Scotford refinery in Canada have applied to the Alberta labor regulator for a strike vote later this month after rejecting […]

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14 June

SAGD oilsands project The discount on Western Canada Select (WCS) heavy crude versus the North American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) widened on Thursday as the end of the monthly […]

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12 June

Twenty-two oil tankers are scheduled to load this month in Vancouver with crude from the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline, which is running around 80% full with a “little bit” of […]

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