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Canada dreams closer to coming true as Shell ramps up in Kitimat
A flurry of activity in a remote Canadian town is raising optimism that Royal Dutch Shell Plc and its partners are ready to go ahead with the nation’s largest infrastructure project: a $40 billion (US$30 billion) LNG..
'Goose bumps' in Kitimat as Shell ramps up activity towards LNG Canada
A flurry of activity in a remote Canadian town is raising optimism that Royal Dutch Shell Plc and its partners are ready to go ahead with the nation’s largest infrastructure project: a C$40 billion LNG terminal that....
Momentum builds for LNG Canada as pipeline workcamp contract awarded
Civeo says it has been awarded contracts to supply temporary work camps at four locations along the Coastal GasLink pipeline from Dawson Creek, B.C., to the west coast of B.C., on the condition that the liquefied natural
New Desalination Process Could Extract Vital Battery Material: Lithium
Everybody these days knows something about lithium. We know it’s a vital ingredient in the batteries that power the machines we rely on every day: cellphones, laptop computers, electric cars. But most people have.....
Desalting Adds Value for Enhanced Oil Recovery
A recent produced water treatment pilot test for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) polymer waterflooding suggests that operators could save 50 percent on polymer costs. The technology that enabled these results was a next
The New Mantra of US Shale Oil Producers
The well-known story goes like this: last fall US shale producers and major shareholders met in New York. From a tall tower overlooking Manhattan, investors demanded that the hydraulic frackers start prioritizing...
ReVision Energy’s social mission fosters customer referrals across the Northeast
Picture this: A 15-year-old solar company with 250 employees, expanding into new markets and battling the PUC for solar mandates. Are we in California? Nevada? Nope, we’re in Maine. “Maine has a real rugged, independent
CEO of US oil and gas play Carrizo flags an unusual problem for drillers: Water
The Permian Basin, the largest shale oil-producing region in the United States, is on a path to become one of the world's largest oilfields, an unusual problem is bubbling up: a surplus of water.
EPA shifts oversight of coal waste to a state for 1st time
The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday approved the first state permit program for disposal of toxic ash from coal plants, a switch from federal oversight that the coal industry had sought. Coal ash is the residue
How DoneGood Is Creating The Amazon of Social Good
If you’re a socially conscious consumer, how can you find brands and products that share your values? Well, you could rely on word-of-mouth from your friends and family, or scour the web looking for positively reviewed

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