Fighting fires: Wildfire prevention a key planning consideration for B.C. oil and gas

By Andrea Danelak With Canadian wildfires making international headlines, it’s no surprise fire prevention is at the forefront of the minds of those working in the oil and gas industry. While the fires in Fort McMurray exacted a toll on Canadian oil operations and the economy, other provinces have also felt significant impacts from wildfires […]

Fort St. John will be heard

By Deb Smith The day Fort St. John No.1 well hit gas in 1951 marked the beginning of the huge oil and gas industry in northeastern B.C. and an economic boom that would carry the small settlement forward to becoming the largest centre north of Prince George. Today, tens of thousands of oil and gas […]

Pipeline investment: An important priority

By Robin Rorick North American pipeline capacity is in the spotlight after a decade of surging oil and natural gas production in the United States and Canada. While the most famous pipeline, Keystone XL, is one that hasn’t been constructed, the tens of thousands of miles of pipelines transporting oil and natural gas every day […]