The Daily Oil Bulletin published Brad Hayes’ monthly analysis article:”World Energy Supply and Demand through 2040″, Part 2
The second of three articles in “The Future of the Oil and Gas Industry” series by Brad Hayes appeared in the October 15th Daily Oil Bulletin. Part 2 at the DOB.
This article – “How will Climate Change Agreements and CO2 Emission Targets Affect Oil and Gas Demand?” – makes the case that societal demands around the world guarantee strong oil and gas demand for decades to come, regardless of talk and “cost-free sentiments” around cutbacks and control of CO2 emissions. Part 1 at the DOB.
Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd. has recently been successful in securing contract work in India which will begin in 2019. The work will be multi-faceted and involve the assessment of seismic, drill holes and an extensive logging/core program to evaluate the resource potential in Northeast India. PRCL’s work will be carried with their joint venture partners for the project and is expected to be completed within a year.
Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd. is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring the Earth Science for Society (ESfS) Exhibition taking place in Calgary
Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd. is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring the Earth Science for Society (ESfS) Exhibition taking place in Calgary from March 17-19, 2019. This educational event demonstrates the importance and impact of Earth Science in our everyday lives. Visitors are exposed to various aspects of Earth Science through the activities, hands-on experiments, engaging demonstrations and interactive displays presented by many exhibitors. The event hosts over 2,500 grade school students, teachers, youth groups, families, community groups, as well as the public.
PRCL is engaged with First Helium Inc., a Canadian-based helium exploration company, to serve as FHI’s technical and operational partners
PRCL is engaged with First Helium Inc., a Canadian-based helium exploration company, to serve as FHI’s technical and operational partners. Guided by the PRCL technical and management team led by senior advisor David Johnson, FHI recently acquired a producing well and a large highly-prospective land position in Alberta. The FHI – PRCL team will further appraise and develop this opportunity, with the goal of producing liquid helium in the near future.
Geoscience BC announced release of a new major report Resource Oil Plays in Northeast British Columbia’s Portion of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin
Geoscience BC announced release of a new major report Resource Oil Plays in Northeast British Columbia’s Portion of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. PRCL led this compilation of new light tight oil potential in NEBC, supported by analytical work by AGAT Laboratories and Howard Anderson (reservoir engineering analysis). We outlined substantial new light oil potential in both the Halfway and Chinkeh Formations, while identifying concepts for light tight oil exploration in several other tight reservoir targets.
The project can be downloaded form the Geoscience BC website, here.
PRCL sponsored the Tom Baker Conquerors Cancer team on the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer in 2018. Although forest fire smoke cut the event short, our riders completed a 200km+ weekend raising money for this great event. Pictured are John and Ben Cole proudly wearing their Petrel Robertson logos!!
Brad Hayes is now a regular contributor to JuneWarren Nickle’s Daily Oil Bulletin. About once a month he will publish an article providing deeper perspectives on aspects of the oil and gas industry, based on his diverse experience in industry, technical and professional organizations, and universities. Brad’s first article “Is the ‘Shale Revolution’ Working for Oil?” appeared July 9th at www.dailyoilbulletin.com.
PRCL has teamed up to undertake a regional assessment in the southern Indus Basin of Pakistan for Pakistan Petroleum Ltd
PRCL has teamed with Isobrine Solutions (Dr. Ben Rostron), Sherwood Geoconsulting (Dr. Mark Cooper) and Dr. John Pantano to undertake a regional assessment of basin-scale stratigraphy, structure, hydrogeology and petroleum systems in the southern Indus Basin of Pakistan for Pakistan Petroleum Ltd. Our goal is to better understand fluid movements and development of petroleum systems in the basin, in order to assess risks around hydrocarbon charge in structural traps.
Kathleen Dorey has been nominated by her industry peers to Chair the CSEG Foundation for the next term of the organization
Kathleen Dorey has been nominated by her industry peers to Chair the CSEG Foundation for the next term of the organization. The CSEG Foundation has been established to encourage and support scientific, educational and charitable activities that benefit geophysicists through the solicitation of contributions aimed at promoting the development of geophysical knowledge, education and public awareness.
The conference “A New Beginning for Global E&P” will examine the changing landscape of international E&P and will highlight where experience, opportunity and financial markets are likely to combine to reinvigorate international E&P. The aim of the conference is to connect international E&P companies, governments, service providers, consultancies and financiers with new business opportunities across exciting new geographies and frontiers. This year the conference will immediately precede the annual Global Petroleum Show, June 12-14, and CGEF will be hosting Country Markets at GPS to provide dual access to the unique business content of the CGEF program, and an additional three days of international networking opportunities.
CGEF is the only registered Canadian organization that serves and promotes Canadian-based International oil and gas Exploration and Production companies around the world. The CGEF mission is to facilitate cooperation among Canadian international petroleum exploration and production companies through the sharing of expertise, technology and opportunities; and to promote member companies through the development of affiliations with government agencies in Canada and internationally.
Brad Hayes pushed back on two recent anti-LNG articles published in Canadian media. Read it at JWN Energy.