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TransCanada's path to completion of Keystone XL will not be as easy. Montana and South Dakota have already approved the proposed route and authorized construction in their respective states. However the Nebraska Public Service Commission is just starting the regulatory approval process for the portion of Keystone XL from the South Dakota border to Steele City Nebraska.   Read the full article in our latest edition of #TheRoughneckMag.

TransCanada's path to completion of Keystone XL will not be as easy. Montana and South Dakota have already approved the proposed route and authorized construction in their respective states. However the Nebraska Public Service Commission is just starting the regulatory approval process for the portion of Keystone XL from the South Dakota border to Steele City Nebraska. Read the full article in our latest edition of #TheRoughneckMag.

Everybody on any worksite should be able to work safely and go home healthy. The determination of the upstream oil and gas industry to deliver has been relentless for over three decades.  Read our article on how the government iw working against this.  What are your thoughts on safety in the industry?   #theroughneckmag #oilfield

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Everybody on any worksite should be able to work safely and go home healthy. The determination of the upstream oil and gas industry to deliver has been relentless for over three decades. Read our article on how the government iw working against this. What are your thoughts on safety in the industry? #theroughneckmag #oilfield

Some experts sug-gest these attacks are trial balloons so the hackers can perfect their attack method-ology on critical infrastructure and then it can be rep-licated across the world on other vulnerable power grids midstream processing assets pipeline infrastruc-ture and refneries.   Read our thoughts on this in our April edition of #TheRoughneckMag.

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Some experts sug-gest these attacks are trial balloons so the hackers can perfect their attack method-ology on critical infrastructure and then it can be rep-licated across the world on other vulnerable power grids midstream processing assets pipeline infrastruc-ture and refneries. Read our thoughts on this in our April edition of #TheRoughneckMag.

Repost @riglifeconfessions  As many of you #Canadians know the heart of the #Alberta #oilfield is being hit yet again only this time it's there lives homes memories and jobs. We ask on behalf of us here at @riglifeconfessions PLEASE DONATE TODAY. To those affected our THOUGHTS & PRAYERS are with you #prayforfortmac #ymm

The Roughneck Magazine on Instagram: “Repost @riglifeconfessions As many of you #Canadians know the heart of the #Alberta #oilfield is being hit yet again, only this time it's…”

Repost @riglifeconfessions As many of you #Canadians know the heart of the #Alberta #oilfield is being hit yet again only this time it's there lives homes memories and jobs. We ask on behalf of us here at @riglifeconfessions PLEASE DONATE TODAY. To those affected our THOUGHTS & PRAYERS are with you #prayforfortmac #ymm

A Few Facts for Those Mocking Alberta's Oilfield Workers

A Few Facts for Those Mocking Alberta's Oilfield Workers

A Few Facts for Those Mocking Alberta's Oilfield Workers

An extra-large MeatZZa from Domino’s. | 18 Things That Are Currently More Expensive Than A Barrel Of Alberta Oil

18 Things That Are Currently More Expensive Than A Barrel Of Alberta Oil

Start hoarding the stuff.

Suncor, Canadian Oil Sands come to terms on $6.6B deal

Suncor Energy has raised the stock portion of its takeover offer for Canadian Oil Sands by 12 per cent, resulting in a $6.6-billion friendly deal that ends a public battle between the two Calgary-based companies.

'Bring it on': Notley responds to Kevin O'Leary's $1M offer to step down

If Alberta Premier Rachel Notley was fazed by Kevin O'Leary's call for her to step down, she didn't show it. Instead, she challenged the Canadian business mogul to "bring it on."

Alberta premier Rachel Notley explains the NDP government's climate change plan to students at Queen Elizabeth High School in Edmonton on November 25, 2015.

Early shutdown of coal-fired power plants could cost billions of dollars: analyst

Notley balks at $12-billion estimate of lost revenue for early retirement of coal-fired power plants.