Fossil Oil Company, LLC announced their first offshore drilling project set to commence drilling operations in August 2015, offshore Galveston Bay, Chambers County, Texas.
Petronas (state-owned Malaysian energy company), and its Asian partners said Thursday that the Pacific NorthWest LNG ("PNW LNG") joint venture will proceed, subject to completion this fall of a federal environmental assessment of the terminal to be built on Lelu Island near Prince Rupert, in northern British Columbia. PNW LNG said that giving conditional approval is a crucial milestone.
Saturn Minerals Inc. ("Saturn" or the "Company") announces an update on the results from its operated 9-5 Bannock Creek exploration well in northeast Saskatchewan which commenced drilling on May 12, 2015.
Bayhorse Silver Inc. advises that Saturn Minerals Inc. reports that it has "spudded in" its first oil well on its approximately 250 square mile Bannock Creek light crude oil prospect in Saskatchewan's Williston Basin.
American Power Group Corporation announced that its largest oil field drilling and service company customer who has converted over 50 prime power engines to APG's dual fuel solution is currently operating drilling rigs for four different end customers utilizing APG's Fueled By Flare™ dual fuel solution in the Bakken region of North Dakota.
Trinity Valley Energy Corp. and Anderson County Land Company have received and filed on SEDAR an independent NI 51-101 compliant independent reservoir engineering report effective January 1, 2015 from RJ Naas LLC, an independent petroleum engineer.
Jaguar Resources Inc. (Jaguar or the Company) is pleased to announce that the Company is preparing to drill an exploration oil well at its Bannock Creek Property in the Province of Saskatchewan.
Bayhorse Silver Inc. advises that Saturn Minerals Inc. has been granted a Permit & License under the Oil and Gas Conservation Act, Province of Saskatchewan, to drill its first oil well at its Bannock Creek Property.
Select Sands Corp. (the "Company") is pleased to announce results of a second diamond drill hole (ST14-03) which is 3150 feet (ft.) or 960 meters (m) east of the first hole ST14-02 at its Sandtown project in Northeast Arkansas (AR), USA.
Low oil prices make it even more important to reduce costs linked to the drilling and completion of oil wells. Experiments have shown that everyday nails can be used to provide an inexpensive way of stabilising wells.