Subscribe
Pipeline Magazine



  • News Energy

    U.S. biotech firm pitches microbe hunting machine to Calgary’s oilpatch

    September 18, 2014 by Pipeline Magazine

    CALGARY, Alta. – A slab of beef and an oilwell wouldn’t appear to have much in common, but U.S. biotech firm Vivione Biosciences Inc. says the same technology used to detect harmful bacteria, like E. Coli, in meat could be big business in the…

  • Alberta Energy Regulator takes action in Peace River: flaring, venting and incinerating directive now in effect

    June 16, 2014 by Pipeline Magazine

    PEACE RIVER, Alta. – As part of its continued action to address emissions and odours in the Peace River area, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) has strengthened requirements for flaring, venting, and incinerating; these requirements are now in…

  • Feature Health & Safety

    Help Wanted

    February 1, 2014 by Ann Ruppenstein

    Despite Canada’s oil and gas boom, the industry is facing significant shortages in terms of the skills and talent required to meet the workforce needs of the sector.

  • Help Wanted

    September 1, 2013 by Ann Ruppenstein

    Despite Canada’s oil and gas boom, the industry is facing significant shortages in terms of the skills and talent required to meet the workforce needs of the sector.

  • Debate over fracking heats up on Newfoundland’s scenic west coast

    September 1, 2013 by The Canadian Press

    ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Alberta resident Jessica Ernst is warning Newfoundland about the risks of hydraulic fracturing, saying she blames the contentious fracking process for making her well water flammable.

  • Feature Health & Safety

    Put to the Test

    April 1, 2013 by Jason Contant

    Concerns were immediately ignited last June when representatives from major oil sands companies and unions in Alberta announced their participation in a two-year initiative to evaluate and report on the effectiveness of comprehensive drug and…