When moving heavy pipe, material handlers offer different levels of safety.  By John Major  – Pettibone Heavy Equipment Group  Though many tend to focus on the upstream and midstream sectors when discussing oil and gas safety, industry professionals know safety is just as critical when constructing infrastructure or while conducting support tasks away from the drilling…

With Petroleum Services Asso ciation of Canada’s (PSAC ) scholarships in hand, returning to school will be a little easier for six Canadian students this Fall. This summer PSAC was once again pleased to award five PSAC Regular Membership Scholarships and one PSAC Roger Soucy Legacy Scholarship Funded by KPMG to very deserving students pursuing a post-…

The phrase ‘social license’ is becoming increasingly pervasive in discussions regarding the image and operations of Canada’s oil and gas industry. With increasing attention being paid to the development of Canada’s vast resources and the processes used to extract those resources, industry is taking on concerted efforts to reach out to the public as a means of building…

Canada’s oi l and gas industry has a lot of experience. Working in some of the toughest conditions on the planet, we have become experts in finding and producing oil and gas safely and efficiently, while protecting people, animals and the environment. Over the past 100-plus years, our industry has continually improved on science, technology…