A Vancouver native, Charlotte recently graduated from Simon Fraser University, where she majored in English and Humanities. During her time there, SFU’s Writing and Communications program caught her attention, and she began working towards a Certificate in Editing. After completing an editorial internship at Vancouver’s Western Living magazine in the fall of 2010, she knew that she wanted to pursue editing further.
Charlotte started working for the Investing News Network in the spring of 2012 and now specializes in writing about diamonds, precious metals, base metals and graphite. She received her Certificate in Editing in 2013.
TAG Oil Ltd. (TSX:TAO,OTCQX:TAOIF) released its Q3 results for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015, noting that during the period its operating revenues came to $12.28 million, while its average daily production increased by 8 percent.
The government of British Columbia announced that new legislation regarding “the construction, operations and permitting of LNG development on federal port lands” has been introduced into the province’s legislature.
Keith Schaefer spoke to Resource Investing News at VRIC about a variety of topics, including the ongoing glut in the oil market and what he thinks the future holds for major and junior oil companies. He also touches on LNG in British Columbia.
Mining Weekly reported that the oil price rose on Friday after the death of Saudi Arabia’s king. His death created uncertainty amongst investors despite the fact that the new ruler has said there will be no change in policy.
Mining Weekly reported that the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) is pleased with the recommendation that the Australian government should help gas producers by removing “inappropriate barriers” to the fuel’s production and reducing “regulatory burdens” on producers.
ETF Trends reported that although the United States Natural Gas Fund LP (ARCA:UNG) has dropped 10.4 percent since midway through the summer, a cold winter could result in increased demand for the fuel.
CBC News reported that the government of Nova Scotia has introduced legislation that will increase to $1 billion the liability oil and gas companies will face for spills or other environmentally harmful mishaps — even if they aren’t to blame.