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Birchcliff Energy Seeks to Divest its Charlie Lake Light Oil Assets in Alberta
Calgary based Birchcliff Energy (ticker: BIR) said it will pursue the sale of its oil and natural gas properties and related assets on the Charlie Lake Light Oil Resource Play located in the Peace River Arch of Alberta.
World Water Day Turns 24
Back in 1993 the United Nations created World Water Day to draw attention to water-related issues that people around the world were facing. The biggest issue the UN wanted to address was the daily crisis that many people
Another 1 Million Barrels of Canada’s Crude Oil Head to Asia
Indian Oil Corp IOC.NS became India’s first refiner to buy light sweet Hibernia crude from Canada’s largest oil company, doing the deal after the opening of the arbitrage for Canadian oil to flow to Asia.A decision by
CNRL deal with Shell a good thing
All eyes are focused on the Alberta 2017/18 provincial budget – the spending side of the equation. But good news is happening in the oil and gas sector – where most of the money comes from.This is a tad ironic. According
Part II: what happens to waste water in Williams
Water management in Williams doesn’t just end when it streams through the tap in a house or business. A parallel management process begins as soon as that water heads down the drain. City Manager Skylor Miller and City
Asia Needs to Invest $22 Trillion in Infrastructure by 2030: ADB
An ADB report says the developing Asia region needs to invest a total of US$22.6 trillion—US$1.5 trillion a year—most of it in China and India, between now and 2030. The Asian Development Bank on February 28 more than...
Canada is U.S. Largest Energy Trade Partner: EIA
U.S. imported $53 billion in energy from Canada in 2016 The EIA outlined the United States’ energy trade with Canada in a note today, profiling the U.S.’s primary energy trade relationship. According to the Census Bureau
Senate approves Zinke’s nomination as next Interior Secretary
The US Senate approved President Donald J. Trump’s nomination of Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) to be Secretary of the Interior by 68 to 31 votes on Mar. 1 as several Democrats joined Republicans in affirming the selection.
U.S. Looks Set to Export First LNG on Canada's Behalf
Canada’s first exports of liquefied natural gas may soon be heading overseas -- from a port in Louisiana. A year ago, Cheniere Energy Inc. built an LNG export terminal along Louisiana’s coast and became the only company
Can You Guess Which Country Has the World's Largest Oil Reserves?
For decades, the oil market has been dominated by Saudi Arabia, because it not only produced the most oil on a daily basis but also controlled the most oil underground. Those oil resources, known as reserves, gave.....


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