Tag: Alberta

A Welder is an Artist; an Inspector is the Critic –...

No two welds are exactly the same, and this is something that Garrett Borrow, QA Inspector, has learned throughout his career in the welding and inspection industry. As every weld is different, he must be diligent and detail-oriented to make sure that all welds are done properly and to the project’s specifications.

Rotork Actuators Used in Canadian Well Pad Installation

Over 80 Rotork CP, GP and RC200 pneumatic actuators have been installed on well pads in Alberta, Canada, where they will be part of an in situ steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) oil sand extraction project.

Alberta receives funding for oil & gas services

The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) has announced that the federal government will provide a one-time payment of CAD $30 million to the Government of Alberta to support provincial actions that will stimulate economic activity and employment in Alberta’s resource sector.

CSV Midstream to build gas plant in Alberta

CSV Midstream Solutions Corporation has reached a non-binding agreement in principle with an intermediate exploration and production company to build, own and operate a gas processing facility in the Resthaven area of Alberta, Canada.

New methanol plant project slated for Alberta

Primus Green Energy, Inc., a gas-to-liquids (GTL) technology and commercial solutions company that transforms methane and other hydrocarbon gases into methanol and gasoline, announced plans to develop and deliver a 160 MT per day methanol plant to an operating site in Alberta, Canada.

Enbridge restarts pipeline production in Alberta

The largest mover of oil sands crude in the fire-ravaged Fort McMurray area is restoring operations to its pipelines, although its Chief Executive Officer cautions that it won’t be without complications.

Large shale oil/gas resources in Alberta

Great oil and gas resources in the emerging shale prospects of the Canadian province of Alberta, have been identified in a new study that suggest that recent takeovers and land buys will yield substantial production gains for some of the largest oil companies in the world.

Jacobs receives Shell Canada Energy contract

Jacobs Engineering Inc. has received a five-year contract from Shell Canada Energy for front end engineering design, engineering, procurement, construction support, commissioning support and related services for the Jackpine Mine Tailings and Infrastructure Program.

CB&I awarded Kearl oil sands contract

CB&I has been awarded an approximately USD$300 million contract for work on the Kearl Expansion Project in Alberta, Canada by Imperial Oil Resources Ventures Ltd. The contract for this phase of the work includes procurement, module assembly at CB&I's Fort Saskatchewan facilities and construction and installation of modular components at the site.

Montney shale play attracting investments

   According to a new report by business intelligence expert GlobalData, operators have been making significant investments in competing for valuable areas in Canada's Montney shale play.