A new experience connecting you with intelligent tech for the energy industry

A new experience connecting you with intelligent tech for the energy industry

Posted by Andrea Marston January 29, 2015


From well-site to pipeline, the products and services at the forefront of ISA Calgary Show are the backbones of the energy industry, enabling companies like yours increase productivity while reducing costs, and enhancing operations. North America’s largest instrumentation, systems, automation event returns this April with an enhanced show experience giving you easier access to new products, in-person interaction with technology, and upgraded networking opportunities. Plus, you can still expect the same top quality gathering of the sector’s most notable brands…. More

2015 ‘may be year of big M&A buys’

2015 ‘may be year of big M&A buys’

Posted by Nicole Veronneau January 26, 2015


The coming year may prove to be a buyers’ market for mergers and acquisitions as investors with long views take aim at creating value from distressed sales, an analysis has predicted. Edinburgh-based energy advisory firm Wood Mackenzie said that the recent oil price plunge has meant that “large-scale corporate consolidation is more likely than at any point since the late 1990s”. “History shows that value creation through M&A is largely driven by commodity prices: for buyers that believe in long-term… More

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Oil Prices Soar as Saudi King’s Death Fuels Market Jitters

Oil Prices Soar as Saudi King’s Death Fuels Market Jitters

Posted by Trish Selimbegovic January 23, 2015


Oil prices have surged following the death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, as markets speculate about a possible shift in the kingdom’s policy of allowing crude prices to fall, writes The Guardian. Brent crude jumped $1.18 to $49.70 a barrel, a 2.4% gain, after the royal court announced the death. The US benchmark for March delivery rose $1.02, or 2.2%, to $47.33 a barrel. Oil prices tumbled on Thursday after the European Central Bank announced a bigger-than-expected €1.1tn bond-buying programme… More

The leading event for the oil sands industry introduces a technical conference

The leading event for the oil sands industry introduces a technical conference

Posted by Andrea Marston January 22, 2015


Even in these times of economic flux, the course of the oil sands sector remains vital to Canada’s energy future. During this crucial period, Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference is pleased to introduce a technical conference program to focus the conversation on producing advancements and creating efficiencies. As an industry expert, you are invited to submit proposals to make a presentation at the upcoming conference, September 15 & 16, 2015 in Fort McMurray. As the sector’s preeminent and most… More

Chevron sells Gorgon gas to South Korea

Chevron sells Gorgon gas to South Korea

Posted by Trish Selimbegovic January 21, 2015


US giant Chevron has signed a five-year deal which will see it supply 4.15 tonnes of liquefied natural gas to South Korea’s SK LNG from its Gorgon LNG development in Western Australia. The binding sales and purchase agreement will see Chevron supply SK with gas from Gorgon starting 2017. Chevron said the deal meant that 75% of its equity LNG from Gorgon would now be committed to customers in Asia. “We are pleased with the opportunity to supply LNG to… More

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