oil field news

Burning coal deep down has huge potential, untested

LONDON (Reuters) - Burning coal underground could be one of the next breakthroughs to increase the world's energy supply, similar to establishment of Canadian oil sands, executives and academics told a conference in London on Monday. Read more...

Flurry of oil patch deals expected

The blockbuster transactions that dominated Canada's oil patch this year are expected to trigger a cascade of other deals in the coming months, industry experts and bankers say. Read more...

U.S. Imports of Canadian Oil Rise to Record in July

Sept. 29 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. imports of crude oil from Canada rose 5.4 percent in July to the highest monthly level in at least 36 years, according to the Energy Department. Read more...

Gas Prices Seven Cents Too High

"Shafted". That's the word used by one gas price analyst to describe the situation in Saskatchewan.

"Prices in Saskatchewan go up like a rocket and down like a feather," says Roger McKnight with En-Pro International. McKnight says the two-cent drop in the price of regular gasoline Friday isn't nearly enough.

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Weekly Drill Report Summary

The Government of Saskatchewan Energy & Resources releases a weekly summary of total wells drilled. For the complete drilling summary for the week ending Sept 18, 2009 click here.

Getting Alaska's offshore oil, gas development on track

Alaska's offshore oil and natural gas resources are vital to the nation's strategic, economic and energy security. That's why I strongly support responsible exploration and production in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas. Read more...
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