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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 >

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 >

The Man Cave: Redrock Camps redefine the work camp

Troy Ferguson’s desire to make work camps better places to live has landed his company at the top of this year’s list >

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 >