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EVRAZ dealing with cheap Chinese steel imports

EVRAZ dealing with cheap Chinese steel imports

OCTG demand will follow rig count once inventory burns off
TS&M Supply Fiberglass to bring Fiberspar under its wing

TS&M Supply Fiberglass to bring Fiberspar under its wing

Estevan – When it comes to pipelines, the southeast Saskatchewan oilpatch has one of the highest concentrations of fiberglass pipelines in the world according to Chris Davidson, regional manager and fiberglass piping systems specialist for TS&M Suppl
Synchrotron to look at foamy oil

Synchrotron to look at foamy oil

Saskatoon – Petroleum scientist Ian Gates relies on the humble soda bottle to explain the huge issue of foamy oil.
The Force is strong with this one

The Force is strong with this one

Estevan – You think you are a Star Wars fan? You’ve got nothing on Wade Baldwin. The operations manager for Import Tool in Estevan started getting his back tattooed in a Star Wars theme two years ago. “It’s been done a year.
Third and long for Keystone XL, TransCanada punts, but Obama blocks

Third and long for Keystone XL, TransCanada punts, but Obama blocks

On Nov. 2, TransCanada shook up the pipeline debate, asking Secretary of State John Kerry for a pause in its Keystone XL pipeline application. At this stage in the metaphorical international pipeline game, it was third and reallllly long.
NDP critic sees BD3 as expensive, not viable

NDP critic sees BD3 as expensive, not viable

Regina – Saskatoon-Nutana MLA Cathy Sproule, the NDP critic for environment and SaskPower, has been holding the provincial government’s feet to the fire on the poor performance of the Boundary Dam Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage Project.
SaskPower CEO Q&A on carbon capture controversy

SaskPower CEO Q&A on carbon capture controversy

Regina – The problems with the SaskPower Boundary Dam Integrated Carbon Capture Project have dominated the debate in the provincial legislature and headlines in the press for much of late October and early November.
New Kerrobert train loading facility for Plains Midstream

New Kerrobert train loading facility for Plains Midstream

50 people to be hired for 24/7 operations

Forget Keystone XL, Trudeau is about to kill Northern Gateway all on his own

Our newly minted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could almost be forgiven for his underwhelming response when President Barack Obama rejected the TransCanada Keystone XL project after 7 years.
Obama rejects Keystone XL, in his own words

Obama rejects Keystone XL, in his own words

Washington – The Keystone XL Pipeline proposal, as it stands right now, is dead. President Barack Obama on Nov. 6 formally rejected the project, which has been under consideration for over seven years.