US Energy

U.S. Energy Development Corporation is drilling longer lateral oil wells at faster speeds

By Mark Lawton

Following an extensive 40-year operating history that comprises over 2,350 wells in 13 states and Canada, U.S. Energy Development Corporation has found an affinity for the Eagle Ford Shale in south Texas. In 2015, the company bought more than 13,000 net acres in the Eagle Ford, one of the top seven shale regions in the United States. It now has 36 wells producing about 4,500 barrels of oil per day with 14 additional wells going into production in the coming months. 



Blackeagle Energy Services is replacing parts of a major pipeline in Colorado and planning for expansion.

By Kat Zeman, Knighthouse Media 

A frontrunner in the utility and energy industries, Blackeagle Energy Services is spreading its wings and making a move for a larger chunk of the market. 

Based in Berthoud, Colo., Blackeagle specializes pipeline and facility construction, integrity management, mobile flaring maintenance and fabrication. It has major field offices in Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Ohio and has operated in 17 states from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf, across the Great Plains and into the Northeast.


Anaconda Mining expands its reach into Nova Scotia and explores other projects in the region.

By Kat Zeman 

The future’s so bright that Dustin Angelo needs to buy himself a new pair of shades. The president and CEO of Anaconda Mining is watching his company make significant strides in its gold mining initiatives. 

The Toronto-based gold mining, development and exploration company is snaking its way into Novia Scotia and prepares to explore other territories in the Atlantic Canadian region. 

Energy Drilling

Energy Drilling’s new rig will allow the company to further expand

and upgrade its rig fleet and make it more versatile.

By Alan Dorich, Knighthouse Media

Evolving with the market has been key for Energy Drilling Co. Over the years, “We’ve been able to adapt smartly to the changing needs of our customers and market in the land oil and gas industry in the United States,” General Manager Jody Helbling says.


Cementation Canada was founded on the idea of changing the mining industry for the better,

and continues to disrupt the industry with its latest technology advancements. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Knighthouse Media

Cementation Canada specializes in building underground mines for its long-term clients throughout the world with a “Best for Project” philosophy it has maintained for 20 years. “Twenty years is an important anniversary for us,” President Roy Slack says. “Cementation Canada was a start-up backed by Cementation out of the UK, and I was the first employee. We started from scratch and built from there, and it’s been quite an adventure.” 

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