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Oil & Gas

Baytex Energy stock is a sleeper pick

While the energy company is highly overleveraged, it will turn quickly with rising oil prices >

Why we need to look beyond OPEC when anticipating oil prices

The most important factor in determining oil prices is what happens here in North America >

Even without a merger, the Halliburton-Baker Hughes deal offers an upside for shareholders

In November 2014, the world's number-two oilfield services firm announced it would aquire the world's number-three oilfield services firm >

Canada is producing record amounts of oil. So why are the country’s oil imports going up?

Canada's oil imports increased 16 per cent year over year in 2015, representing $35 million leaving the country's economy each day >

How to protect your company from a cyberattack

“The only defense is a layered defense,” says recent report from the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology >

Cyber attacks are up across the board and the energy industry is an attractive target

The risks to the industry are real, substantial and growing >

Junior oil and gas producers say a government program meant to reduce the burden of abandoned wells is strong-arming them out of business

The program was meant to reduce the financial and environmental burden of orphaned wells, but their numbers have exploded >

Editorial: How to talk to your kids about oil and pipelines

The way to keep oil in the ground is not to pinch off a pipeline here and another one there. It’s to decrease the demand for oil >

Is Alberta heading toward a talent gap?

Despite Alberta’s excess of skilled, unemployed labourers, Manpower CEO Randy Upright says the province is heading for a talent gap >

Without coal, how will Alberta get its power in 2030?

The Notley government is heading into a policy minefield that will have major repercussions on the price of electricity for decades to come >

In these Alberta towns, firefighters are employees of private companies

Despite reassurances, Northwest Fire Rescue and Training’s pivot into the public sector caused alarm — the notion that public services would be provided by private interests was met with skepticism >