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Coastal GasLink camp workers ratify contract

Coastal GasLink camp workers ratify contract

Deal includes immediate pay increase of $5 to $7 per hour for most employees
Blueberry students complete pipeline training

Blueberry students complete pipeline training

Training was hosted by Mastec Canada, which provided funding and expert instructors, alongside Enbridge.
PSAC predicts drilling increase, industry heads in right direction

PSAC predicts drilling increase, industry heads in right direction

Things could be looking up for the oil and gas industry in 2021, according to the Petroleum Services Association of Canada’s 2021 Canadian Oilfield Services Activity Forecast. In its first update of the year to the forecast on Jan.
CAODC, MP Zimmer respond to Keystone decision

CAODC, MP Zimmer respond to Keystone decision

American President Joe Biden’s decision to revoke the Keystone XL pipeline’s presidential permit on Jan. 20 has been an unpopular one, both among the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors and the industry at large, and MP Bob Zimmer.
2020 Oilmen's Bonspiel teams announced

2020 Oilmen's Bonspiel teams announced

With the 60th Oilmen's Bonspiel just three weeks away, running November 19 to 21, the Fort St. John Petroleum Association held a lottery to determine the 16 teams that will get to participate.
Oilmen's Bonspiel moves to Taylor

Oilmen's Bonspiel moves to Taylor

The Fort St. John Petroleum Association confirmed that the 60th Oilmen's Bonspiel will take place November 19 to 21, after tentatively announcing those dates earlier this month. However, due to the recent ice chiller failure at the Fort St.
Scaled-back Oilmen's Trapshoot as good as ever

Scaled-back Oilmen's Trapshoot as good as ever

The organizers behind the annual Oilmen's Trapshoot knew they wouldn't be able to hold their event as normal this year, and would have to hold a smaller event, down to about 45 shooters from the usual 75.
Registration open, changes made for Oilmen’s Bonspiel

Registration open, changes made for Oilmen’s Bonspiel

The time has come once again to assemble your team, book a couple days off work, and have some fun curling with the Fort St. John Petroleum Association’s finest. The 59th Oilmen’s Bonspiel hits the Fort St. John Curling Club November 14 to 16.
Black Diamond given go-ahead for Coastal GasLink camp as project faces uncertainty

Black Diamond given go-ahead for Coastal GasLink camp as project faces uncertainty

Black Diamond Group says it has been given notice to go ahead with a $42.5 million camp to support Coastal GasLink construction, but analysts say this doesn’t necessarily mean the pipeline project will proceed as planned.
What 8 global oil and gas majors are doing right now in Canada’s Montney and Duvernay

What 8 global oil and gas majors are doing right now in Canada’s Montney and Duvernay

Some of the world's biggest oil and gas companies are at work in two of Canada’s hottest oil and gas plays, the Montney and Duvernay. Analysts with Peters & Co.