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Canadian Oil Sands to Recover More Quickly than US Shale

As oil prices stabilize above $30 for WCS and $40 for WTI, production that was curtailed in April and May in response to the COVID-19 price crash is returning in both the Canadian Oil Sands and in the US Shale basins. But according to ESAI Energy's latest North America Watch , while production in ...

Jake Wright


Posted 2 months agoPress > Oil SandsCanadian Oil SandsUS Shale

Canada’s Large Price Discounts on Oil Sands Barrels to Persist Until New Pipeline Capacity is Added, Says GlobalData

Canada's existing oil pipeline and railway capacity is enough to support oil sands current exports but with little extra room for logistic constraints. Presently, there are at least three announced pipeline projects that will serve different markets and hence can support the diversification of expo ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > CanadaOil SandsCanadian Oil Sands +3

The End of Oil Sands Mega Projects

ESAI Energy forecasts growth from the Canadian Oil Sands will be a substantial 250,000 b/d in 2018, but as producers face challenges associated with relatively high costs in a recovering oil price environment, Oil Sands projects in the next few years will be leaner and smaller. In the recent issue o ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 2 years agoPress > ESAI EnergyCanadaCanadian Oil Sands +2

New Technology for In Situ Oil Sands Facilities Conference

Showcasing new emissions reduction technologies and innovations in design & construction Canadian Business Conferences gives you the opportunity to be part of the New Technology for In Situ Oil Sands Facilities Conference.   The program will bring together super-major, major and independent operato ...

jon shepherd


Calgary   AB   CA 30 May 2017


Posted 3 years agoEvent > Canadian Oil SandsOil SandsGrizzly Oil Sands +3