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Canada is producing record amounts of oil. So why are the country's oil imports going up?

Canada's oil imports increased 16 per cent year over year in 2015, representing $35 million leaving the country's economy each day >

Will the rising tide of LNG lift all boats in the energy services sector?

"The impact in Alberta will be somewhere in the range of $20 billion – at the low end" >

Pulse: No Drill Baby, No Drill

Industry Report Energy Services >

Talking Point: Temporary Canadian Worker

What effect will pro-Canadian legislation have on Alberta business? >

Partial Credit: Four Alberta companies that are upgrading bitumen differently

Partial upgrading aims to reduce the thickness of bitumen >

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 >

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