Decades

Coalbed Methane Moves Into the Spotlight in Canada

After decades as a research project, coalbed methane shows signs of spreading north and maturing into production on an industrial scale in Canada as natural-gas producers scramble at least to maintain current supplies.

December 22, 2003

Energy Workforce Brain Drain Threatens Future, Experts Say

Energy is the “biggest single challenge for the next few decades,” but because fewer graduates are entering the field, the next generation needs to be inspired with a sense of mission to “save the world,” a Nobel Prize winning scientist said Tuesday during a Global Energy Management Institute (GEMI) forum at the University of Houston.

October 27, 2003

Energy Workforce Brain Drain Threatens Future, Experts Say

Energy is the “biggest single challenge for the next few decades,” but because fewer graduates are entering the field, the next generation needs to be inspired with a sense of mission to “save the world,” a Nobel Prize winning scientist said Tuesday during a Global Energy Management Institute (GEMI) forum at the University of Houston.

October 22, 2003

Magnum Hunter Almost Doubles Daily Gas Production in 2002

Answering the call for increased domestic natural gas production in the light of a tight natural gas supply market, Magnum Hunter said last week that it upped its gas production from an average of 73,424 Mcf/d during the fourth quarter of 2001 to 130,655 Mcf/d for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, 2002, partly due to a major acquisition.

March 31, 2003

Cross-Border Investment No Longer an Issue

It took three decades, but an American natural gas producer has finally scored a coup that shows the walls of Canadian economic nationalism have crumbled.

October 29, 2001

Cross-Border Investment No Longer an Issue

It took three decades, but an American natural gas producer has finally scored a coup that shows the walls of Canadian economic nationalism have crumbled.

October 29, 2001

Politicians Favor East-West Canadian Connection

A revival is in the works for decades-old hopes to fill in themissing link in the Canadian natural gas pipeline grid byconnecting the Atlantic region with the rest of the country.

October 11, 1999

Politicians Favor East-West Canadian Connection

A revival is in the works for decades-old hopes to fill in themissing link in the Canadian natural gas pipeline grid byconnecting the Atlantic region with the rest of the country.

October 11, 1999

Producers Staking Out the Northwest Territories

Fresh life is being breathed into a decades-old Canadian visionof a mammoth production and pipeline project to tap Arctic naturalgas reserves. For the first time in nearly a decade, theproduction community, with help from a U.S. producer, is revivingexploration on its formerly most dramatic frontier. A Canadiangovernment auction of drilling rights drew takers for 2,934 squarekilometers (1,132 square miles) of the Mackenzie Delta-Beaufort Searegion. Initial work is expected to start within a year. TheNorthwest Territories awarded the rights as four nine-year resourcehunting licences, in exchange for C$183 million (US$122 million) inwork commitments by four producers with a penchant for chasing biggas targets.

September 27, 1999

Producers Staking Out the Northwest Territories

Fresh life is being breathed into a decades-old Canadian visionof a mammoth production and pipeline project to tap Arctic naturalgas reserves. For the first time in nearly a decade, theproduction community, with help from a U.S. producer, is revivingexploration on its formerly most dramatic frontier. A Canadiangovernment auction of drilling rights drew takers for 2,934 squarekilometres (1,132 square miles) of the Mackenzie Delta-Beaufort Searegion. Initial work is expected to start within a year. TheNorthwest Territories awarded the rights as four nine-year resourcehunting licences, in exchange for C$183 million (US$122 million) inwork commitments by four producers with a penchant for chasing biggas targets.

September 27, 1999
1 6 7 8 Next ›