In our previous post, we discussed a few ways to maintain compliance in your operations whilst adhering to ever changing regulatory COVID-19 related practices. Here are some more factors to consider during the pandemic.

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25.04.20 04:59 AM - Comment(s)

Challenges of doing business during the current pandemic include prioritizing legal obligations and managing environmental duties. Let's look at some issues affecting industry during this time and how integrating environmental compliance information can help.

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25.04.20 04:51 AM - Comment(s)

According to the report, increase in pipeline or railway capacity should come from new major infrastructure projects due to current pipelines being fully utilized and operating near capacity.

According to the NEB:

"In the short-term, market issues could be improved by:

  • Creating predictable timelin...

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23.04.20 03:32 PM - Comment(s)

Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, together with his provincial and territorial counterparts, today unveiled the Canadian Minerals and Metals Plan, a milestone in Canada’s mining history.

Underpinned by strong engagement with Canadians, it includes a vision, princip...

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23.04.20 03:20 PM - Comment(s)

The 10th edition of CSA B139 is here, and in it are a number of key changes for enhanced safety in the installation and use of oil-burning equipment. Developed and updated by a technical committee under the jurisdiction of the Fuels and Appliances Strategic Steering Committee, this standard has unde...

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23.04.20 03:17 PM - Comment(s)

The Canadian Forest Service released Regeneration Techniques for Restoring

Forest Cover on Oil and Gas Sites and Vegetation Management for Restoring Forest Cover on Oil and Gas Sites.

The Regeneration Techniques for Restoring Forest Cover on Oil and Gas Sites guidebook provides background knowledge a...

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23.04.20 02:58 PM - Comment(s)

OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says it makes no sense for Ottawa to use one hand to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5 billion, and another to push legislation that would deter investors from future energy projects. 

Notley was in Ottawa Thursday giving the Senate her take on Bi...

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23.04.20 02:40 PM - Comment(s)

CALGARY – The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada reached a record high in December.

Canada exported nearly 354,000 barrels per day of oil, up seven per cent from November’s total of 330,400 bpd and the 152,000 bpd moved in December 2017.

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23.04.20 01:28 PM - Comment(s)

OTTAWA — Canada’s energy regulator will tell the federal government this week whether it still thinks the Trans Mountain pipeline should be expanded, but cabinet's final say on the project's future is still several months away.

The National Energy Board is reconsidering the project's impact on marine...

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23.04.20 12:47 PM - Comment(s)

Canada’s struggling oil industry is looking to what is known as partial upgrading technology to thin its sludge-like crude and squeeze more of it through congested pipelines.

It is the latest effort by the Alberta provincial government to rescue an industry hurt last year by steep discounts for its o...

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23.04.20 12:18 PM - Comment(s)