41 Archival description results for Petroleum
41 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
- FILM R-2009
- 1973-11-13 to 1973-11-23
A-D Strip vinegar test result = 0.5 - January 25, 2006.
- FILM S-139
- 1972-10-04 to 1972-10-10
News: (1) Jack Sandberg interviews Ron Elliot, treasurer of the Draggins Rod and Custom Club (automobiles) on the Rod and Custom Car Show. (2) Photos of bikini-clad models posing with custom cars; Draggins' mechanics customizing cars (silent). (3) A man in a rubber raft and three men on shore tow in the "Great Whale" from the river (silent). (4) Saskatchewan Motor Club presentation of a safety award to Mayor Bert Sears. (5) Saskatoon Bus Depot, exteriors (silent). (6) Mitchell Sharp on the federal Liberal Party's views on world peace. (7) Panarctic Oils air transport and buildings at Real Point, N.W.T. (colour) (silent). (8) The "Class of '22" tours an exhibit at the Mendel Art Gallery (silent). (9) City council session; Mayor Bert Sears on the civic budget. (10) City council session; Leonard Schmolke on land development.
Dominion Lands Survey files of individual surveyors employed in the area which comprises Saskatchewan. File I.512 relates to Saskatchewan Valley Land Company. Includes information relating to origins of place names.
- 56-230-01 to 56-230-03
Drilling cores for petroleum and natural gas supplied by A.D. Cumming for use by the Department of Natural Resources.
- 56-247-01 to 56-247-02
Drilling core (hole), Imperial Hastings, 3952 ft.
Drilling core, Workman, 4106 ft., shown by J.H. Fuller.
- FILM R-4006
- 1999 or before
Documentary: Looks at the types of energy resources that are used in Saskatchewan and how they are used. These energy resources include gas, oil, solar, wind, water, geothermal, wood, peat beds and coal. Also discussed is the research going on to find the most efficient ways to use each resource by way of co-generation and conservation methods and how a combination of different energy sources might be used to obtain the most efficient use of each. Includes good shots of men operating an oil drilling rig and of a large dragline in operation at an open-pit coal mine. See FILM R-4006 copy 1 and FILM R-4006 copy 2. CAUTION: FILM R-4006 copy 1 has a slight odor like that of vinegar - this could be an indication of VINEGAR SYNDROME.
CHERRY FILM PRODUCTIONS LTD.
- FILM R-1357
- 1986 or before
Research Film: Three unrelated sequences: oil and gas drilling, R.C.M.P. officers; wild habitat areas. Detailed shot list in file. By: KG
Department of Natural Resources and Industrial Development, Mines Branch
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Petroleum and Natural Gas Department