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Energy Secretary Moniz spoke to FuelFix about and the changing face of domestic energy and the need to modernize the nation’s aging infrastructure for moving oil, gas and electricity.
Broadening the transfer of energy and power resources across North American borders could yield big benefits for the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Falling oil prices are pumping the brakes on the global liquefied natural gas market, forcing a much-needed cooling-off period for a white hot market that has rapidly expanded in recent years, a panel of LNG experts said Wednesday.
Revitalized North American crude production has created abundant sources of oil for refineries to process, but has raised the challenge of how to move it from the field to refineries.
The Denver Post reports that the Weld County Sherriff’s Office recovered six of seven drill bits reported stolen last week and three more bits that had not been reported missing.
Encana is unloading gas assets to better focus on drilling for oil and liquids such as condensate.
Connacher, an oils-sands developer, was seeking an Alberta court’s approval to swap C$1 billion ($796 million) of bonds for equity and to issue $35 million of convertible notes.
The project, called the Base Line Terminal, will include 12 tanks that are expected to be commissioned by the second half of 2017.
The mayors of seven towns in British Columbia want the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion put on hold.
Details on the sale from the Houston-based company will be provided in the second quarter, according to Scotiabank.