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Unconventional News for September 2017
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To review audited financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2016
To approve the proposed slate of the Board of Directors
To appoint the financial auditor for the ensuing year
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HYDRAULIC FRACTURING - An Update, May 11, 2017
"Hydraulic Fracturing: Where we've been and where we're going". This one day event will not only focus on the industry's remarkable technological advancements over the last decade, but will also examine the new technologies that are being developed to increase productivity and reserves in Unconventional Resource Plays. CLICK HERE for more information and to register.
Registration Now Open for The Big Three: Montney, Duvernay & Bakken - The WCSB Crown Jewels! CSUR's 2017 Advanced Technology & Core Workshop will take place on March 2, 2017. Click HERE for more information and to register today. Space is limited!
CSUR Members' Only Feb. 9, 2017 Technical Luncheon APEGA CPD HOURS=1
TITLE:Duvernay Reserves & Resources: A Comprehensive Analysis of Alberta's Foremost Liquids-Rich Shale Resource
PRESENTER: Krista Beavis, Geologist & Adam Preston, Reservoir Engineer - Alberta Energy Regulator
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geoscientists & Engineers
APEGA CPD HOURS = 1 HOUR in the INFORMAL LEARNING CATEGORY.
To our valued members:
Recognizing that the autumn letter to CSUR members was issued a couple months ago, this letter will focus on 2017 and CSURâ€™s plan for delivering the value that merits your continued membership. But first, on behalf of the Board and staff of CSUR, please accept a sincere thank you for the continued support youâ€™ve provided through this ongoing, ... CLICK HERE TO READ FULL LETTER.
CSUR board director Bill Whitelaw, CEO of JWN Energy, recently gave a series of presentations in Poland, Hungary and Croatia on Canadian energy investment opportunities. As part of his presentations, for the Canadian government, he discussed the important work organizations like CSUR do on behalf of the industry as a whole and their members in particular.
CSUR is pleased to be able to present its second annual induced seismicity workshop. Following the overwhelming success of last year's session, CSUR plans to utilize the format that was employed last November. This day long workshop will incorporate sessions conducted by government, academics, the service sector and the operators themselves along with extensive Q & A periods for each session. This event will allow attendees the opportunity to hear from experts involved in key areas of research and development on induced seismicity in both Alberta and British Columbia. In addition operators will describe their utilization of micro seismic arrays for reservoir management as well as mitigation strategies for seismic events. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER.