Alliance Story Coming….

Irving Oil chairman confident Energy East pipeline ‘will happen’ – Calgary Herald – Calgary misses the pipeline now,” he said. The 4,500-kilometre … About two-thirds is already in place as a natural gas pipeline. Following Irving’s …


Albertans give NDP carbon tax thumbs down in new poll – Calgary Herald – The tax, which is aimed at lowering Alberta’s Canada-leading greenhouse gas emissions and helping to win support nationally for new pipeline …


From Ak-Headlamp:

Down under up North. According to the Alaska Journal of Commerce, Australia-based 88 Energy Ltd. said in an Oct. 18 release that it has identified five conventional “leads” on its Slope leases that could hold 758 million barrels of recoverable oil. 88 Energy is the majority owner in the Icewine project, a continuous tract of 271,000 acres of state leases about 35 miles south of Deadhorse bisected by the Dalton Highway. “We expect the two recent billion-barrel discoveries in the Brookian sequence by both Armstrong Oil and Gas and Caelus Energy to be a catalyst for increased industry interest in the region,” 88 Energy Managing Director David Wall said. “Whilst not strictly analogous to the Brookian play potential at project Icewine, these discoveries highlight the significant conventional oil resource on the North Slope yet to be discovered through utilization of modern seismic technology.”