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Editorial: How to talk to your kids about oil and pipelines

The way to keep oil in the ground is not to pinch off a pipeline here and another one there. It’s to decrease the demand for oil >

What’s worse: Too much Chinese investment or not enough?

The energy sector might be about to find out >

Crossing That (Damned) Continent

There are the big pipelines and the railways. And then there are more drastic options to get oil and gas to foreign markets >

Oil companies look to drones as pressure to ship mounts

As other methods of shipment face challenges, oil-by-drone emerges as a new possibility >

Oily Animals

The Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute says the population of some species actually increases near the oil sands >

Four business stories to watch this week

The week ahead in Alberta business, March 14-20: OPEC to discuss output freeze, ride-hailing app TappCar fills void left by Uber in Edmonton >

Energy Industry helps build the Royal Tyrrell Museum’s collection

Last October workers uncovered a 10-metre dino fossil >

The Land Down Under: When fracking springs leaks

A look at the likely causes of the CNRL oil spill near Cold Lake >

Reason Over Passion: CAPP president David Collyer talks about the energy industry’s PR challenges

Collyer tells us why the industry isn’t about to stop trying to tell its story >

Alberta’s Future Water Wars

As Alberta contemplates a future with water pricing and possibly water markets, some say it’s not the cost per litre that matters, but the cost of water that’s rendered unusable >

Third time lucky: Goodrich Petroleum & Encana Corporation

Meet the next great American shale oil play – and two companies that are banking on it being a gusher >

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