Turner Valley

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Turner Valley,

village (1991 pop. 1,352), SW Alta., Canada, at the foot of the Rocky Mts., on the Sheep River, SW of Calgary. It is in the center of the Turner Valley oil and natural gas fields, opened in 1914. The village has sulfur and propane and pentane gas plants.
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22 August 2018 - US-based business holding company Turner Valley Oil and Gas, Inc.
Caption: Roughnecks adding a joint of pipe inside the derrick at a Royalite well in southern Alberta's Turner Valley oil field, 1938.
Powerful Albertans like David Mitchell drew inspiration from Turner Valley and the southern drilling frontier that celebrates its centennial on May 14, 2014.
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He shows how Alberta politicians drew on American technical expertise and regulatory experience to create first the ill-fated Turner Valley Gas Conservation Board in 1932 and then the more successful and powerful Petroleum and Natural Gas Conservation Board in 1938.
Turner Valley Oil and Gas is a business holding company, with a historical focus on energy related holdings.
After the discovery of oil at Turner Valley, a common practice for Calgarians was to form a motorcade and have a picnic at the site.
US-based energy business holding company Turner Valley Oil and Gas, Inc.