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Water Reuse Could Be Key for Future of Hydraulic Fracturing: Study

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Water comes from the ground as a by-product of oil production from unconventional reservoirs. During the coming decades, this will theoretically counter the need to...

Oil and Gas Disposal Well Sold One Year After Concerns from...

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Canada Energy Partners Inc. has announced that it has signed a non-binding letter of intent for the sale of its Portage a-20-D Water Disposal Well...

Water Data Comes to Life with New Tools and Approaches

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Understanding and deriving value from environmental data is an ongoing challenge for watershed managers and regulators. In an era where the demand for community...

Saltworks Tech Shows Significant Savings in Treating Injected Water

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This week, BC-based Saltworks announced a successful pilot of its Flex EDR technology, which produced strong results in freshwater recovery from recycled injected water. The Flex...

B.C. Announces Independent Scientific Review of Hydraulic Fracturing

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The British Columbia government is moving forward with an independent scientific review of hydraulic fracturing to ensure it is meeting the highest safety and...

Chevron Develops Shale Plays in Alberta

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Chevron Canada, a subsidiary of global giant Chevron Corp, has announced that it will begin to develop its first ever Canadian shale play development in the...

Alta. Cleantech Reduces Water Use for In Situ Extraction

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Acceleware Ltd. announced that it has won the 2017 Global Petroleum Show Award for Emerging Clean Technology. Acceleware’s cleantech is a radio frequency heating...

Hydraulic Fracturing Expected Value: 68 Billion by 2024

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A report from Global Market Insights, Inc., released today, on the hydraulic fracturing market, suggests the industry share is poised to exceed USD 68...

Research Highlights Impact of Petroleum on Fish Species

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Two recent studies from the Univsersity of Alberta and Stanford have emphasized the deleterious effects of petroleum spills on the health of fish species,...

Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing in New Brunswick to Remain Indefinitely

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New Brunswick announced this week that the province's moratorium on hydraulic fracturing will remain indefinitely. As a result of the findings from the Commission on...

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