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18th Annual International Aboveground Storage Tank
18th Annual International Aboveground Storage Tank Conference & Trade Show on April 20-22, 2016 in Orlando, Florida.
What Comes Up? A Look At Oilfield Production
Previous to Edwin Drake, hydrocarbons were considered an unfortunate byproduct of drilling for water. In areas with shallow hydrocarbons, like Pennsylvania, there are many historical stories of water wells being.......
FortisBC’s LNG projects benefiting local workers and businesses
The expansion of FortisBC’s Tilbury LNG facility in Delta is proof that LNG projects in B.C. provide local economic and employment benefits. The project has created thousands of hours of well-paying trades work......
$300K project to unlock greener methods of producing heavy oil
Ian Gates, professor and head of the Schulich School of Engineering’s chemical and petroleum department at the University of Calgary, is working with Innovation Saskatchewan and the Petroleum Technology Research Centre
Resolute Energy Enhances Balance Sheet with $177.5 Million Non-core Asset Sale
Resolute Energy (ticker: REN) has agreed to sell its Gardendale assets for $177.5 million, concluding a “limited marketing process” that began in late September. The buyer was not named. The company has now sold ......
Tesoro to acquire Flint Hills Resources’ marketing and logistics assets in Alaska
Tesoro Corporation (TSO), through its affiliate Tesoro Alaska Company LLC, has agreed to acquire Flint Hills Resources` (FHR) wholesale marketing and logistics assets in Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska.
Researchers find new, inexpensive way to clean water from oil sands production
Researchers have developed a process to remove contaminants from oil sands wastewater using only sunlight and nanoparticles that is more effective and inexpensive than conventional treatment methods.
OK Corporation Commission Taking Actions More Often On Disposal Wells
This year, the Corporation Commission has already moved to a broader approach with disposal wells and seismicity. But even in the last month, they've taken larger actions more often.
Alta. allocates $545 million for water plant repairs
Rural municipalities can now fix water and waste water treatment plants that are in desperate need of repair, said Alberta infrastructure minister Brian Mason. The Alberta government has set aside $545 million over five
Canada’s Energy-Rich Alberta to Cap Oil Sands Emissions
The government of oil-rich Alberta province in western Canada on Sunday pledged to phase out coal emissions by 2030, limit greenhouse gases from oil-sands production and implement an economywide carbon tax.


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