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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 >

Natural Disaster: Why The Natural Gas Industry Is Still Kicking

Arctic gas, Duvernay shale, tight reservoirs - There are reasons for optimism >

Petro-broken?

Is Petro-Bakken in danger of being taken over? >

Growing Concern: In 2010, Acheson based Bri-Chem managed to grow its revenues by more than $50 million without adding a single new employee. And you thought you worked hard

A Fast Growth 50 profile >

Who Blinks First?

Ottawa and Alberta are debating the right way to regulate the oil sands. The answer will set the tone for the industry’s development for years to come. >

The Taming of the Screw

Almita Piling is finding fortune in foundations >

The King of Cool: Encana’s Randy Eresman Is an Optimist

Alberta Venture talks with the president and CEO on everything from the nature of Encana’s relationship with PetroChina and the environmental bona-fides of natural gas to the impact that the protests currently roiling the Middle East will have on the energy infrastructure in North America >

Rise of the Machines: Find out About Wedge Wells, Zircon Capture and Van Sized Sonicators

Technology takes over the oil and gas Industry >

Oil Sands Operators Promise a New Era of Co-operation

Will Imperial Oil, Total, Suncor, Nexen, Statoil, ConocoPhilips, Syncrude and the rest be able to play nice? >

Foreign Cash Changes the Game

What a difference a year makes >

New Opportunities Beckon Gas Drillers | An Interview with Don Herring

Alberta Venture talks to the president of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors >