The Canadian LNG industry has been slower than its U.S. counterpart to take advantage of soaring gas demand around the world and build export plants, in part due to securing feedstock supplies for the terminals.
The system consists of new crude oil and condensate pipelines located in the Marten Hills region of north-central Alberta.
High-volume Wolfcamp and Bone Spring completions by Occidental in the Permian plus exploration permits offshore Newfoundland top this week’s drilling activity highlights from around the world.
The government of Alberta, Canada's main oil-producing province, on Oct. 9 took the first steps towards establishing its so-called 'energy war room' aimed at boosting the image of the oil and gas industry.
Oceaneering International Inc. has been awarded a contract to support a decommissioning project off the east coast of Canada, the company said on Sept. 30.
Shipments of Canadian crude from the U.S. Gulf Coast since May have more than doubled all of 2018's exports as Asian refiners scramble for heavy sour oil, according to vessel-tracking data, traders and industry sources.
Record investments of $50 billion have turned 2019 into a banner year for liquefied natural gas (LNG), with Canada and the United States being the main drivers, the chief of the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Sept. 26.
A Canadian court on Sept. 24 temporarily blocked legislation enabling the province of Alberta to restrict oil and gas flows to British Columbia, saying the constitutionality of the measure would be decided at a later trial.