Tag Archives: gas

Working together to help fight Bill C-69

We’ve had many emails from Oil Respect supporters asking us if there is a way we can all work together to help our industry fight Bill C-69, and the answer is yes. Save Canadian Jobs is a digital campaign being shared and promoted by a large network of industry and advocacy…

ONEOK to invest $2.3 billion for additional NGL and natural gas infrastructure

ONEOK, Inc. announced plans to invest approximately $2.3 billionbetween now and 2020 to construct: A new 400,000-barrel per day (bpd) natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline – the Arbuckle II Pipeline – that will create additional NGL transportation capacity between ONEOK’s extensive Mid-Continent infrastructure in Oklahoma and the company’s existing NGL facilities in Mont Belvieu,…

PSC schedules public hearing in Watford City for proposed gas processing plant

The North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold a public hearing in Watford City on Thursday, February 15, regarding a proposal for a gas processing plant in McKenzie County. Arrow Field Services, LLC, has submitted an application for a permit to construct the Arrow Bear Den Gas Processing Plant…

2017 to be a pivotal year as Canada’s oil and gas industry strives for recovery and growth

Today we released our latest report, Labour Market Outlook 2017 to 2021 for Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry. The report provides labour market projections for the industry based on two scenarios, one if oil prices stabilize well above US$50 per barrel (/bbl) through 2017 and beyond, and one if oil prices…

Shell’s consolidation strengthens world’s most valuable oil and gas brand

Shell maintains status as the world’s most valuable Oil & Gas brand with a value of US $36.8bn Strategic divestment and marketing communications help to strengthen brand Brand value growth rates of >40 per cent mean Sinopec and PetroChina could overtake Shell this year Every year, leading valuation and strategy consultancy Brand…

Halliburton turns to IBM Cloud to help evaluate development decisions for oil and gas fields

Migrating reservoir simulation to the IBM Cloud allows Halliburton to substantially reduce time to simulate the effects of development decisions in oil and gas fields On 20 April 2016, IBM announced that Halliburton has adopted IBM Cloud to run its sophisticated reservoir simulation software to help it better understand how complex…