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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 >

Prospects for a Kitimat refinery

Pipe (and refinery) dreams >

Energy service companies did well on the markets over the last 12 months, but some did better than others

Service With a Smile >

Despite low natural gas prices, Peyto Exploration’s president and CEO, Darren Gee, has his company in expansion mode

The Contrarian: most companies that deal in natural gas are simply trying to survive >

Athabasca Oil Sands Corp., Laricina Energy and Osum make plays as oil sands startups

The oil sands used to be the domain of capital-rich giants like BP, Shell and Cenovus. No longer >

Meet Don Gray: Calgary’s most outspoken oil executive takes aim at his industry

The founder of Peyto Exploration and Development Corp. on the difference between land and value, why he's concentrating on heavy oil over shale gas and pseudo-ponzi schemes >

Growing Concern: Reg Northcott and his team at Q’Max Solutions use their expertise to grow business globally

Calgary based drilling fluids company has seen success with a focus on Mexico, Colombia and Peru >

How Alberta companies are taking advantage of the opportunities in Canada’s North

Northern Exposure >

Meet Temple Real Estate Investment Trust, a yield-friendly play on oil sands expansion

Temple REIT owns hotels in Fort McMurray, which is quietly booming again >

Exporter of the Year: Kudu Industries

Some companies worry about having to compete against international giants, not Kudu Industries >

A Q&A with Penn West Exploration’s New CEO Murray Nunns

Six years ago, Murray Nunns thought he was done with the oil and gas business. Here’s why he came back, and what has him excited again >