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Oil Benchmarks

Crude oil exists in a number of varieties and blends. The many types of crude oil are graded based on their density and sulfur content, and these factors determine how easily the crude oil can be processed for different purposes. Regarding these two factors, crude oil is often referred to

Proposed Oil Pipelines in Canada

Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Project Quick Facts/Overview Owner: Enbridge Throughput Capacity: 760,000 bbl./day[i] Start: Hardisty, Alberta End: Superior, Wisconsin Cost The project will cost $5.3B CAD in Canada and $2.9B USD in America.[ii] Existing Pipeline The Enbridge Line 3 began operating in 1968 running from Edmonton, Alberta through to Superior, Wisconsin with a capacity of

Natural Gas Benchmarks

Natural Gas Distribution Hubs A natural gas distribution hub is where natural gas is purchased, received, and distributed. Hubs provide pricing points and locations for spot market transactions and gas trading. They also publish pricing points for gas price transparency. Most distribution hubs are located near storage facilities. The British thermal unit

Oil and the Canadian Economy

Edmonton is home to oilfield services, the Katz group and the U of A

Canada Oil and Gas Industry Primer Energy is one of the most important industries in Canada, as Canada has one of the largest energy resources in the world after Saudi Arabia and Venezuela (Venezuelan reserves are widely accepted by energy professionals to be overstated). Energy companies are some of Canada’s largest by market cap

Energy Infrastructure

Pipelines and Energy Infrastructure Overview and Industry Primer Equities by TradingView { "showChart": true, "locale": "en", "width": "100%", "height": "660", "largeChartUrl": "", "plotLineColorGrowing": "rgba(60, 188, 152, 1)", "plotLineColorFalling": "rgba(255, 74, 104, 1)", "gridLineColor": "rgba(233, 233, 234,

Natural Gas Supply and Demand Primer

Natural Gas Supply and Demand Is gas a substitute for oil? The gap is narrowing, but gas consumption fills a different niche from oil. Until recently, the difficulties in moving gas across water (gas takes up a much larger volume than liquid oil and needs to be compressed or liquefied) as