Canadian portals

09/29/2003
In today's ever-increasing cost-conscious business environment, Canadian oil and natural gas producers, along with the Alberta Ministry of Energy, Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB), and the Canadian Department of Energy (DOE), have constructed an online data portal system that is expected to save its users a collective $12 million (Can.)/year.The system, called the Petroleum Registry of Alberta (PRA), has "transformed an archaic, paper-based system" into a time and money-saving web-based space. The portal is now where more than 1,200 Canadian oil and gas producers, pipeline firms, and midstream processing companies as well as the DOE and the EUB convene "virtually" every day to...
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