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So what happens to crude-by-rail now?

So what happens to crude-by-rail now?

With crude oil prices in the tank, it’ll be interesting to see if that crude continues ending up in the tanker, as in tanker rail car. The National Post reported on Feb. 2 that demand for rail tanker cars had, well, tanked.
CAODC braces for economic impact

CAODC braces for economic impact

23,000 rig related jobs at risk
It could be an early breakup, and that’s not due to weather

It could be an early breakup, and that’s not due to weather

New technology has added to oil supply
If not for Crescent Point, SE and SW Sask drilling activity would be near a standstill

If not for Crescent Point, SE and SW Sask drilling activity would be near a standstill

Company tells vendors to cut prices, because they will remember those who do, and who does not.

CAPP urges NB to restart fracs

Calgary – The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers is lobbying the New Brunswick government to hold off its proposed moratorium on hydraulic fracturing and to work with industry and communities to keep the door open for future natural gas deve

Crew curtails new drilling in Lloyd area

Calgary – Crew Energy plans to maintain its recompletion and workover program in the Lloydminster area in 2015, but will defer new drilling until commodity prices recover.
Oil price effect hedged at Unity spiel

Oil price effect hedged at Unity spiel

Unity – Low oil prices might help or hinder the turnout, sponsorships and donations at this year’s 14th annual Oil Persons Bonspiel in Unity.
Calroc’s new lift saves money, jobs

Calroc’s new lift saves money, jobs

Lloydminster – Calroc Industries Inc. is launching a new linear artificial lift that is easy to install, operate and maintain in this current low oil price environment.
Failure not an option at Agat labs

Failure not an option at Agat labs

Lloydminster – An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Keep that adage in mind when expensive oilfield equipment or components break down during this current low oil price environment.
SRC opens new pipe flow facility

SRC opens new pipe flow facility

Saskatoon – Finding better ways to pipeline light and heavy oil from the wellhead to process facilities will be under study at the newly expanded Pipe Flow Technology Centre at the Saskatchewan Research Council in Saskatoon.