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Fort Hills gets the green light

Also, why natural gas bulls should be excited about the upcoming winter (and why the rest of us probably shouldn't) >

When he was younger, Max Fawcett wanted to make a mint in the markets. Now as the managing editor of Alberta Venture he gets to write about them. Close enough, right? He can be reached at mfawcett@albertaventure.com

Fort Hills gets the green light

Bring on the boom: another oil sands project is put on the docket  >

by Max Fawcett

Buy and forget investing

How one man cashed in on his own carelessness in a big, big way  >

by Max Fawcett

Railways cash in on crude

Also: Brickburn Asset Management's Bill Bonner thinks the days of double-digit differentials are behind us, and has three smaller companies in mind that could benefit from that  >

by Max Fawcett

Risky business

With an appeal of the AER's authority to give the green light to its Dover Project getting the go-ahead from the courts, Athabasca Oil faces a long and cold winter ahead. For investors willing to shoulder a bit of risk, though, the situation is intriguing  >

by Max Fawcett

There go those differentials again

That's bad news for most producers. But not all of them. Which stand to gain the most - or, perhaps, suffer the least?  >

by Max Fawcett

Bellatrix’s big move

The company makes a series of transactions that pave the way towards a very promising future  >

by Max Fawcett

More pain ahead for Lightstream Resources shareholders

Also: a big change at the top at Renegade Petroleum  >

by Max Fawcett

Talisman back in play

Also: who stands to benefit from the $36 billion investment that the Malaysian government has promised to make in liquified natural gas capacity in western Canada?  >

by Max Fawcett

Will House Republicans do the unthinkable?

The markets haven't reacted too strongly to the political theatre taking place in Washington yet. That might change - fast  >

by Max Fawcett

Petrominerales cashes out

The South American oil producer catches a bid from Toronto-based Pacific Rubiales. But for investors, the story isn't quite over just yet  >

by Max Fawcett
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