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For this heavy-oil producer, an outstanding hedge book is key to survival

Sixty per cent of Northern Blizzard's 2016 production is hedge at $60 per barrel, helping the company keep its head above water >

End of an Era: New oil sands mines held back by cost

Imperial Oil’s Kearl oil sands mine has come in months late and billions over budget >

Western Camp Services brings at-home comfort to oil sands employees in the Peace Country

President Menno Admiraal says the partnership that forged his company was equal parts luck and fate >

Two for One: High North’s Montney acreage is an interesting play

Montney acreage is interesting at its current prices. Its Duvernay assets could make it the steal of a lifetime >

The Other Black Gold: The uncertain future of coal

Industry Report: Mining >

Is investment in the oil sands slowing the industry down?

Why more isn’t better when it comes to the oil sands – and how embracing that view could save the province, and industry, billions of dollars >

The Leftovers: sulphur, petcoke and other bitumen byproducts

What’s the industry doing with sulphur, petcoke and the other byproducts of bitumen production? >

Why coal’s environmental baggage could keep it grounded forever

Alberta has the potential to become a significant player in the coal-exporting business...but will it? >

Why Renegade Petroleum might be due for a bounce

What goes down, might come back up >

Risk Taker: Spyglass Resources CEO Tom Buchanan

Buchanan, the 2013 MAX award winner, has headed back upstream >

On the Money: Sprott Resource

As the world’s population grows, so too does its demand for resources. Here’s how investors could profit >