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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
Arctic gas, Duvernay shale, tight reservoirs - There are reasons for optimism
Alberta sits on more than 34 billion tonnes of coal deposits, but Ottawa wants to wean the country off coal-powered electricity. Could a switch to greater reliance on natural gas work for the province? Would it help the environment? >
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Almita Piling is finding fortune in foundations >
A Fast Growth 50 profile >
Taking the high road would allow Alberta to assume a new and more prominent role in the federation >
When it comes to Alberta’s retail market for electricity, competition isn’t working as well as some had hoped. One group of entrepreneurs thinks it’s time for some co-operation >
Enmax envisions a city powered by thousands of small generators. But will Calgary’s city-owned utility be able to wean the city off big, centralized power plants? >
Is Bill 50 preparing us for the future or locking us into a creaky old system?
An often-overlooked part of Bill 50 is the potential for wind energy and cogeneration to meaningfully contribute to Alberta’s power grid with the new critical transmission infrastructure. >
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