Survey finds farm confidence still faltering

August 14, 2020 0

Survey finds farm confidence still faltering In the first-of-its-kind survey for the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, Enbridge has emerged as Canada’s third largest oilfield service company. Enbridge’s CEPO crude oil product output is expected to climb 12 per cent in 2015. “The report is바카라사이트 a reflection of the fact that Enbridge, as one of the sector’s dominant players, faces mounting risks. But the report also highlights what is going to be the major challenge that the sector will face from Alberta, especially if Enbridge continues to see continued declines in oil costs,” said Richard Hildebrand, president and CEO of [Read more…]

Concern for small traders in myer fire aftermath pic

August 14, 2020 0

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Concerns raised about resort expansion

August 14, 2020 0

Concerns raised about resort expansion Pipelines of the Alberta government are about 2,000 kilometres from the coast. One such pipel더킹카지노ine is the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline, which ran from Port Alberni in Saskatchewan to Steele City, Prince Albert, in northern Alberta. A portion of the pipe was never completed and is being constructed to replace it. The pipeline will transport crude from the Bakken oilfields of North Dakota to Kitimat Bay in British Columbia. The area has deep reservoirs of the tar sands oil that contain more than half a billion barrels of natural gas. “We have been very close [Read more…]

Anzac wreath vandalism outrages rsl community

June 19, 2020 0

Anzac wreath vandalism outrages rsl community A group of people wearing a white, arctic owl wr바카라사이트eath is threatening violence over a vandalism. Several members of the public have come to the assistance of the Royal NSW Police Service (RSPS). Police say a member of a local gang has been involved in the wreath-related offence. Members of the local group will be interviewed and put under surveillance. RSPS Senior Constable Matthew Johnson says it will be investigated to determine what led to the group being angered. Police say the wreath was put up for public display on the side of the [Read more…]