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Will a drop in price spark a solar revolution?

Solar used to be the domain of the moneyed and environmentally conscious, but with a dramatic drop in the price of panels, Albertans are installing photovoltaics like gangbusters. Is it enough to spark an energy revolution in the province? >

Southern Exposure: Mexico’s shale plays

Horizontal drilling and multi-stage fracking opened up dead fields in Alberta. Now, Alberta companies are turning their attentions and equipment south – way south – of the border >

How companies are embracing new technologies and techniques to keep their workers safe

“A poor safety record will ultimately mean a poor financial record. It’s that simple" >

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 >

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 >

Why aren’t Albertans taking advantage of the deregulated electricity market?

Deregulation was supposed to give consumers options, but they have seemingly decided not to use them >

The New Power: Four interesting energy projects worth pondering

These projects explore new, renewable or otherwise remarkable sources of energy >