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Now available: Oil Sands Labour Demand Outlook to 2020 Update

Posted December 14, 2016 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information, Labour News, PetroLMI News

Canada’s oil sands sector has experienced sustained cost-cutting, restructuring and deeper than anticipated job cuts in 2016, but a modest recovery of about 3,450 net job growth is projected over the next four years as companies shift their spending from expansion to maintenance, repair and optimization of their operations, according to PetroLMI’s latest labour demand outlook report.

The report, Oil Sands Labour Demand Outlook to 2020 Update, is an update to the February 2016 Labour Demand Outlook to 2020: Oil Sands Construction, Maintenance and Operations and i... Continue reading

Exploring LNG: Same skills, different jobs

Posted May 4, 2016 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information

Last week, we explored the workforce required in the on-site construction, upstream and midstream, and facility operations sub-sectors to support Canada’s LNG sector. Today, we look at the great deal of occupational similarities across the sub-sectors in the LNG value chain. Many of the technical qualifications and skills required by one sub-sector are applicable to the others. (more…... Continue reading

Exploring LNG in Canada: Upstream, midstream and facility operations

Posted April 28, 2016 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information

Earlier this week, we looked at LNG’s labour demand requirements for the on-site construction sub-sector. Today, we explore the upstream, midstream and facility operations labour that will be needed if the construction of one large-scale two-train LNG facility and one medium-scale two-train plant move forward before the end of 2020. (more&... Continue reading