Oil + Gas and the Environment

Posted April 21, 2017 by Blog AdministratorCareer Planning

The Canadian oil and gas industry invests millions of dollars in programs and technologies to help reduce its environmental footprint. For Earth Day, we thought we’d share a few of the technologies and innovations that help offset the industry’s impacts on air, water and land, as well as a few occupations that focus on the environment. (more…)

2017 to be a pivotal year as Canada’s oil and gas industry strives for recovery and growth

Posted March 30, 2017 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information, Labour News, PetroLMI News

2017 is expected to be a pivotal year for Canada’s oil and gas industry, setting the stage for industry activity and job recovery over the next five years, according to the Labour Market Outlook 2017 to 2021 for Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry report, released today by PetroLMI, a Division of Enform. The report provides labour market projections for the industry based on two scenarios, one if oil prices stabilize well above US$50 per barrel (/bbl) through 2017 and beyond, and one if oil prices retreat well below US$50/b... Continue reading

PetroLMI launches expanded career planning tool with more than 100 oil and gas occupations to explore and compare

Posted March 29, 2017 by Blog AdministratorCareer Planning, PetroLMI News

PetroLMI has launched an expansion to its Career Explorer, a unique online career planning tool, which allows users to browse, search and compare more than 100 occupations in the oil and gas industry, as well as explore their transferable skills to other occupations and other industry sectors.

“With some positive momentum in the oil and gas sector, this tool can help job seekers match their skills and qualifications to a number of occupations in the industry. It can also help oil and gas workers determine what competen... Continue reading

Short Term Survey Results

Posted March 22, 2017 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information, Labour News

In early February, 36 oil and gas companies, representing approximately 79,000 workers from across Canada, were surveyed about their workforce plans, challenges and opportunities for 2017. Interested in hearing what the year holds? Read on!

Some of the most welcoming news is that nearly 70% of companies said they plan to increase or maintain their current staff levels.

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