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Baytex Energy stock is a sleeper pick

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

Everything you need to know about Alberta business to start your week

CP abandons bid to buy U.S. railroad, TransCanada expands pipeline business in Mexico, and an NDP divided over pipelines >

Celebrating the latest jobs numbers for Alberta? Not so fast

The province added 18,900 jobs in March, the majority of them full-time. But is it a sign of recovery or is it just a blip? >

Why Brad Wall didn’t campaign on energy and pipelines

The outspoken leader is known in Alberta for his pro-energy and pro-pipelines stance. But that’s not what won him a third term as premier of Saskatchewan >

Global petro-politics costing Albertans

Canada's economy suffers as petro-politics rage overseas and in our own backyard >

TransCanada gains critical foothold in Marcellus region with Columbia Pipeline deal

The Calgary-based company’s $13-billion acquisition of Columbia Pipeline Group gives it control of a major natural gas vein in the U.S. >

PSAC seeks $500M in federal funding to decommission wells, create jobs

The Petroleum Services Association of Canada estimates the funding would contribute to the decommissioning of 77,000 wells and create 1,000 jobs >

$10 million from Alberta’s carbon levy earmarked for $20-million biodiesel facility

The pilot plant will use a unique manufacturing technology to create biodiesel from Alberta canola >

Quebec’s environmental hearings on TransCanada’s Energy East begin today

Injunction to prevent hearings from going ahead rejected by Quebec court >

Need to Know: Ahmed Taha

Tervita’s director of oil and gas operations is cleaning up – in more ways than one >

The Bakken’s Billion

The U.S. Bakken just cranked out its billionth barrel in under a decade. Can any of Western Canada’s tight oil plays measure up to that milestone? >