Connacher Oil and Gas Limited has initiated the injection of solvent with steam on wells 203-2 and 203-3 on Algar Pad 203, a process it is calling SAGD+.
The Honourable Rob Renner, Minister Of Alberta Environment, has announced that he will be spearheading Canada’s first industry-wide initiative focused on benchmarking best practice for water management in shale gas production. Key operators including Shell Canada, Nexen, Encana & Talisman are already on-board with the initiative and will be sharing their studies on improving water sourcing, treatment, recycling and disposal in shale gas production in the Horn River and Montney plays.
Wet weather in Western Canada has resulted in both production disruptions and delays in drilling and completion activities due to wet field conditions, says Bellatrix Exploration Ltd.
The first module headed for Imperial Oil Limited’s Kearl oilsands mine left the Port of Lewiston, Idaho, last Friday evening after being made smaller, taking the next-best choice of routes and clearing legal hurdles.
The government has given approval to generate one mega watt of solar energy for the first time in Coimbatore to a private company.
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) — The fleet of hydroelectric generating plants in the United States has begun to age. Although hydropower plants require relatively little maintenance, it is necessary that periodic maintenance occurs to maintain reliability, consistency and safety during daily operations. As these hydropower …
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged India on Tuesday to amend a law that has put off U.S. companies from participating in the $150 billion nuclear energy market over liability concerns in case of accidents.
After months of work, the Manchester Planning Commission sent the village council its recommendations for a medical marijuana and wind energy conversation ordinance.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pressed Tuesday for easier access to the Indian market for US nuclear energy firms, who are trailing their French and Russian competitors.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Atomic Safety Licensing Board said on July 14 that Entergy Corp., the operator of the Indian Point nuclear power plants, needs to provide a more thorough analysis of ways that the company would mitigate severe environmental accidents in a cost effective manner.