Saskatchewan Day at CSUR in Calgary

By George Eynon, PGeo*  The Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR) hosted a team from the Saskatchewan government to meet industry oil and gas players at a one-day workshop session in Calgary in late 2016, making quite the impression The Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources attracted producers, consultants and members…

Building safer worksites through prime contractor legislation

Saskatchewan’s legislation surrounding the occupational health and safety of its people includes prime contractors under the Saskatchewan Employment Act (SEA). Mandated in 2015, the intent of the legislation is to have in place a central role that is responsible for the coordination of health and safety activities at multi-employer worksites….

The Cash Stash Behind Anti-Pipeline Activism

By Vivian Krause Pipelines are crucial to the safe transportation of oil and gas, yet they have become unusually controversial. Let’s be clear — this is not by chance. This is squarely because a group of American funders, mostly from California, has financed a massive, anti-pipeline campaign against Alberta oil….