Posted by February 14, 2018 in News.on
That is not a current headline but it could be. What would happen to our economy if it was?I would like to talk to you about energy, pipelines and our natural resources. I am a mum and a grandma and I have lived in the north all my life. I am also the Mayor of Fort St. John – right smack in the middle of one of the world’s largest supplies of oil and gas. I live in a region surrounded by pipelines, wells, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites and canola and wheat fields. I have eaten the...Read More Here!
Posted by February 5, 2018 in News.on
The province of Alberta is known not only across Canada but also around the world for its oilfields. While the oil produced in Alberta reaches so many, so few actually understand the work that goes on behind the scenes – more specifically, the work that goes on within the pipelines. One major component of the work that goes on within the oil industry is pipeline pigging.Read the full article here....Read More Here!
Posted by December 5, 2017 in News.on
Popular belief is that the big, bad oil companies are destroying our planet without a second thought. However, contrary to this oh too common opinion, many of the leaders in Canada’s oilfield industry put a large emphasis on their impact on the environment.Read about Apache's commitment to the environment here....Read More Here!
Posted by September 5, 2017 in News.on
The surge of technological advancements seen over the last two decades has greatly affected the oilfield industry around the world. These technologies are helping with efficiency, effectiveness, cost and accuracy in multiple facets of the industry.While some of these technologies are developed specifically for advancements within the oilfields, many others are externally developed technologies that are being implemented.Here are 3 ways oilfield technology has evolved in the last twenty y...Read More Here!