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Energy Processing Canada

Energy Processing LogoENERGY PROCESSING CANADA is Canada's only downstream oil and gas publication for more than 40 years (adding the midstream sector along the way), ENERGY PROCESSING CANADA endeavours to present changing technologies in the hydrocarbon processing industry and to promote the well-being of this sector of the petroleum marketplace. With timely articles, both technical and company specific, ENERGY PROCESSING CANADA has covered the ever-changing downstream sector, chronicling the movers and shakers and defining events. 

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4: OPINION

  • Why Will the TransMountain Pipeline Expansion Get Built? Because it Will
  • The Changing of the CEO Guard
  • That Glass Ceiling:  It’s Hardened, Bullet-Proof, Reinforced with Kryptonitium + Carbon Nano-Tubes
  • The Art and Science of Measuring Inefficiency

12: PIPELINES TODAY
  • Composite Repairs:  Proven Track Record in High Pressure Pipelines
  • Pipeline News

16: OIL SANDS

  • Oil Sands Continued Existence Hinges on Innovation
  • Politicians:  Tread Carefully How You Treat Oil Sands Producers (2017-2027)

26: TECHNOLOGY

  • Wastewater: The Next Frontier of Industry Innovation
  • Hyper Growth of Cyber Attacks in Oilpatch
  • Artificial Intelligence + Machine Learning Give Companies’ Competitive Advantage

30: OILPATCH HIRES, FIRES

31: CALENDAR OF EVENTS, NEXT ISSUE, AD INDEX

 FRONT COVER

One-by-one international and American energy multi-nationals have exited the oil sands business citing concerns about profitability, high up-front investment costs, tough new regulations on carbon emissions, and limited pipeline access to markets.  Yet several Canadian entrepreneurs pounced on these deals and, as the foreigners departed, announced ambitious plans to make money.  Are they crazy or are they responding to the local, devil-may-care attitude of “we will persevere?”