Revival

Alberta Oilsands Projects Likely to Reduce Gas Glut

As a budding revival of oilsands development gathers steam, thermal production projects will burn up Alberta’s contribution to North American natural gas gluts, show new projections by the province’s Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB).

June 20, 2011

Forecasts Suggest Canadian Drilling Revival

A Canadian natural gas drilling revival has begun and producers are on the trail of a hot supply development prospect in northern British Columbia, field contractors and provincial mineral rights sales confirm.

May 27, 2008

Forecasts Suggest Canadian Drilling Revival

A Canadian natural gas drilling revival has begun and producers are on the trail of a hot supply development prospect in northern British Columbia, field contractors and provincial mineral rights sales confirm.

May 26, 2008

‘Polar Bear’ Warns Against Arctic Gas Boosterism

A spreading revival of enthusiasm for Arctic natural gas prospects has lured an elder statesman of the Canadian resource hunt out of retirement to broadcast reminders of bearish lessons learned the hard way during the last burst of polar drilling.

April 7, 2008

‘Polar Bear’ Warns Against Arctic Gas Boosterism

A spreading revival of enthusiasm for Arctic natural gas prospects has lured an elder statesman of the Canadian resource hunt out of retirement to broadcast reminders of bearish lessons learned the hard way during the last burst of polar drilling.

April 7, 2008

TransCanada’s Kvisle Says Long Term Contracts From Utilities Needed to Build Alaska Pipeline

TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. is warning that the revival of the international Alaskan natural gas pipeline project has only taken its first step with the emergence of a new sponsor in the United States.

February 2, 2004

TransCanada’s Kvisle Says Long Term Contracts From Utilities Needed to Build Alaska Pipeline

TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. is warning that the revival of the international Alaskan natural gas pipeline project has only taken its first step with the emergence of a new sponsor in the United States.

February 2, 2004

August Drops 24 Cents to $4.84 as Storm Fades, Storage Rises

As tropical depression six fizzled into a tropical wave with slim chances of revival, so did any hope for a gas futures market reversal. The August contract quickly resumed its downward course in overnight trading, and sailed right down through $5 Tuesday morning to a low of $4.84. The contract ended the day down 23.9 cents at $4.868, just a few cents above its daily low. Its daily high of $5.040 was reached just after the opening bell.

July 23, 2003

Olson: E&P Companies Will Lead Trading Sector Revival

Energy trading and marketing will come back, veteran energy analyst John Olson believes, and “I think E&P will be the sector driving the train.”

December 23, 2002

Olson: E&P Companies Will Lead Trading Sector Revival

Energy trading and marketing will come back, veteran energy analyst John Olson believes, and “I think E&P will be the sector driving the train.”

December 18, 2002