Despite oil's recent price drop, rig counts are rising. Energy services bottom has been hit, and now it's time for the movers and shakers to prosper.
America’s existing pipelines are old and prone to corrosion. Over the next 5-10 years, expect a huge increase in new pipelines, and a rising demand for better pipeline safety technology.
Major oil and gas companies are always on the lookout for the next giant oil and gas discovery. A new airborne technology used by Pemex could possibly identify huge oil resources from the sky.
Volumes of liquid leaked from pipelines last year nearly doubled over the year before, causing what the media has dubbed a "pipeline hysteria." Can industry appease protesters by using better pipeline leak detection systems?
Poll suggests most Canadians are “concerned” about the possible financial impact on their families if upcoming pipeline projects are blocked.
Bruderheim terminal will ship 100,000 bpd by Q3 2014, with Cenovus and MEG already signed on as shippers.
The southern portion of TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL oil pipeline is 95% complete, and the company is focused on the line starting by the end of 2013.
A rejection by the US of the Keystone pipeline would accelerate Canadian efforts to diversify its customer base for energy exports beyond the US
Synodon has developed a remote sensing technology that can measure very small ground level concentrations of escaped gas from an aircraft flying overhead.
Fracking's impact on water supplies is being hotly debated while service providers emerge victorious.