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How Can Well Site Facilities Be Designed And Executed Within Budget? Which Technologies And Equipment Will Help Ensure Projects Remain In Budget?

December 9-10 | Calgary | Canada Dear Colleague, Any seasoned Facilities Design, Process Engineering, or Project Management professional working in the shale gas and tight oil plays of the WCSB is likely to be familiar with the continual operational battle against cost overruns. Increasing equipment costs and varying handling requirements in…

Workforce wanted: How industry is rising to the challenge to meet labour market demands

By Tim Banman When it comes to the oil and gas labour market in recent years, the story is always the same: industry cannot find enough qualified professionals and labourers to meet demand. In short supply and high demand include power and petroleum engineers, mechanical and instrumentation technicians, heavy-duty equipment…

Aboriginal recruitment strategies increasingly important for Saskatchewan’s oil and gas industry

Saskatchewan’s forward-thinking oil and gas companies are implementing effective strategies to employ and retain aboriginal workers, according to a report released on April 28, 2104 by the Petroleum Human Resources Council (the Council), a division of Enform Canada. Such strategies will grow in importance as demand for oil and gas workers…