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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 >

2009 Alberta Export Awards

The inaugural Alberta Export Awards were presented on March 25, 2009, in Edmonton by Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters – Alberta Division, ATB Financial and the Government of Alberta and sponsored by Deloitte & Touche LLP and Bennett Jones LLP. Winners were chosen from among more than 35 applicants by an independent panel of judges. >

Dallas North

Tom Cox and Jordy Randall, executive producers of Wild Roses >

Hail the Humble Resource Play

How a sunset strategy ended up reviving North America’s natural gas industry >

The Race to the Gulf

Oilsands producers don’t just need more pipeline capacity to crude oil markets; they want it to the right markets. The prize: access to North America’s refining hotbed in Texas and Louisiana. Trouble is, it’s not easy getting there from here >

The Gas Bankers

What if you could hoard natural gas when it’s plentiful and cheap, and sell it onto the market when it’s harder to come by? How a new merchant industry was born in Alberta >

Timing Oil’s Turnaround

A proven prognosticator’s take on when to re-enter the market without getting cut >

Lifeblood of an Economy

As oil and gas sources run down in one area and well up in another, North America’s pipeline network continues to evolve >

A Shudder in the Oilpatch

By simulating earthquakes, an Edmonton company believes it can boost oil recovery >

A Fit of Peak

Peak oil is a function not of geology but of politics >

Fertility Rites

Move aside, big oil. A fertilizer maker, Agrium Inc., is Alberta’s investment darling these days >