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Where are they now: the status of Canada’s major pipelines

The approval of pipelines is slow and arduous, but some are closer to getting the green light than others >

Winners, Losers and Unlikely Survivors in the New Energy Order | Alberta Oil and Gas Industry

Here we take a 360-degree snapshot of who’s up, who’s down and who’s reinventing themselves in the oil and gas business >

All That Gas | How Alberta Companies are Establishing New Markets for Natural Gas

The newfound abundance of natural gas is forcing the industry to do something it’s never done before – nurture new markets >

Crude Awakening | The potential impact of the BRIK program on Alberta’s bitumen upgrading industry

As oil production looks to more than double by decade’s end, Alberta’s underdeveloped bitumen upgrading industry threatens to pump downstream jobs and revenue south of the border >

Vital Stats | Alberta Oil and Gas Industry

Oil and Gas revenue follows pipelines out of province >

The New Rules Of Engagement

With ever-increasing consumer concern over environmental sustainability, companies aren’t just informing stakeholders of corporate decisions; they’re making them part of the process >

Why Gas Will Come Back

A few good stock bets for a carbon-constrained world >

Boone & Me

Harley Hotchkiss reminisces about his freindship with T. Boone Pickens. >

Industrial Evolution

Today’s energy sector has come a long way from hiring straight off the farm >

Sand Branding

They’re not tarsands; they’re oilsands. At least that’s what the energy sector and the Alberta government want – nay, need – the world to understand. Will the message make it through the muddle? >

The Shale Gas Revolution

In just a few short years, the conventional wisdom about natural gas has been upended by an unconventional resource. Here’s what it means for Alberta’s industry >