Q1 2020: Oil Hedging Review for North American Producers
Evaluate Energy provides the latest analysis of oil hedging in the U.S. and Canada. We look at the impact of strategies on Q1 2020 results and the potential gains related to oil derivatives active for the rest of 2020 and 2021.
Novel land and wellsite reclamation: Integrating emerging technologies to enhance environmental management of legacy assets
The Clean Resources Innovation Network (CRIN), Husky, InnoTech Alberta and JWN Energy have just released the report: Novel land and wellsite reclamation: Integrating emerging technologies to enhance environmental management of legacy assets. This report outlines challenges to lowering the costs and speeding the asset retirement process, along with potential projects to meet these challenges.
Canadian LNG facilities are expected to generate opportunities in construction and operations, new pipeline and midstream construction and operations, as well as in upstream exploration and development. Click to directly view this free report today!
Building Trust: Canadian LNG Developers & First Nations
In Canada’s LNG sector, the companies that have succeeded in moving their projects forward spent considerable time and resources on First Nations consultation and engagement. Click to directly view this free report today!
Water is a vital part of life and a valued resource, but is increasingly facing demands from all users, ranging from individuals and communities to industry and business. These users are presented with emerging economic, environmental, and technological pressures, and will need to work collectively and in an integrated fashion to identify suitable solutions.
ACTia’s 2019 report on the state of Alberta’s Clean Tech sector evaluates progress since 2016. Backed by survey responses from 78 C-suite executives, and by over 30 venture profiles, this report provides evidence that Alberta’s bet on environmental innovation is starting to pay off.
The Canadian oil and gas industry is in crisis, with volatile prices, regulatory issues, and market access and diversification concerns driving down capital investment, according to the third annual Daily Oil Bulletin Industry Survey.
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