Calgary-based company develops innovative LNG technology

Refrigeration technology is also suitable for other gas processing applications, company says

Calgary-based company develops innovative LNG technologyA Calgary-based technology company has developed an innovative, robust and scalable refrigeration/liquefaction technology for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. PTX Technologies Inc. says it’s focused on identifying, evaluating and developing commercial projects that can employ its innovative refrigeration technology to reduce capital, operating costs and improve overall project economics. Colin Nikiforuk, president and CEO…

Gathering forces hope to form a unified pro-LNG front

Group’s focus is on what LNG means to the Canadian economy and to the overarching national interest

Gathering forces hope to form a unified pro-LNG frontIt may seem like an impossible challenge to crowdsource a narrative about building a better future for Canadians and their energy sector. A diverse group has set out to create a compelling and co-ordinated narrative around Canada’s global liquefied natural gas (LNG) opportunities. At a recent Calgary meeting, a diverse group of stakeholders agreed it’s critical to…

New coalition seeks to create a compelling LNG narrative for Canada

The group is hosting a session on Jan. 15 in Calgary to gauge interest. So far, nearly two dozen organizations plan to attend

New coalition seeks to create a compelling LNG narrative for CanadaCanada's oil and gas industry long ago lost control over the narratives that shaped the worldview of its oil sands sector. Sadly, that perspective includes much of Canada. The sector is constantly reacting to competing narratives expertly controlled by outside forces much more proficient at storytelling than we’ve been. As a result, Canada's global reputation as…

Drilling contractors remain resilient, optimistic

Mark Scholz of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors says the organization’s members remain committed to the oil and gas industry

Drilling contractors remain resilient, optimisticMark Scholz is president of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (CAODC). Calgary’s Business: What’s the vision and mission of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors? Scholz: Our vision is to be the most influential trade association in Canada because we want to help create the best possible environment for our members to operate…

LNG Canada a win for consumers, workers, business, environment

Canada has been late to fully capitalize on the potential, based on high export prices and the desperate demand for clean fuel

LNG Canada a win for consumers, workers, business, environmentCanada’s planned liquefied natural gas export project is a huge boost for the economy and the environment. The consortium of large multinational firms (Shell, PetroChina, Petronas of Malaysia, Korea Gas, Mitsubishi) that owns part of the LNG Canada project to be built on the northwest coast of British Columbia recently announced that contracts have been…

Fossil fuels remain key to energy future, according to report

The U.S. is eager to grab new business, which underscores the urgent need for Canada to secure access to offshore markets for our oil and gas

Fossil fuels remain key to energy future, according to reportBy Jock Finlayson and Denise Mullen Business Council of British Columbia The International Energy Agency (IEA) World Energy Outlook 2017, released in early November, provides a useful update on the shift to a lower carbon global energy system. The stepped-up deployment of clean energy technologies and moves toward electrification continue in many nations. At the same…