Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Friday, August 5th. Awaiting the response

Friday, August 5th, 2016

This is the day where the Formation Fluid Chief Engineer headed home.  He was invaluable to the project at the early stage, but now we awaited the next shoe to drop.  Presenting a real solution isn't the only part of our operation.  Keep in mind, the XBoom received entry into Husky's vendor list on the Wednesday prior to our arrival in Prince Albert.  As all operations are not just operations, they also have a political element.  That's life....

An observation by my friend:  "The heat must be rising.  They opened a claims center this soon"

Insurance Claim Center opens

And we must know that all government eyes are on this spill situation.  After all, the NEB is set to open a hearing on the Energy East pipeline application by TransCanada

Canada monitoring Saskatchewan

I completed what I could in the interim in Saskatchewan.  Headed back to Edmonton for some business meetings that I had scheduled.

Over n out until next blog.



  1. Wow, this is an active blog and I congratulate Nathan for starting it to keep us informally updated on the activities.

  2. Was the FFT used in the clean up process?

    1. No FFM equipment was used. The stakeholders inferred that it would be unnecessary in light of Husky stance.

  3. Hopefully more media outlets pick up this story

  4. Hopefully more media outlets pick up this story