For This Edmonton Energy Services Firm, The Carbon Levy ‘Is A Good Thing’

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PTAC President Soheil Asgarpour is Leading the Industry’s Battle to Cut Carbon and Costs Out of The Barrel

Rather than reinvent the wheel to solve problems they share in common, oil and gas producers in Alberta fund Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC) programs

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Yes, You Can Crowdfund Your Energy Company. But Not All Funders Will Be Treated The Same

Proposed legislation in Alberta and Nunavut provides for little in the way of ongoing disclosure, but offers less funding flexibility and doesn’t appear to recognize the concept of registering an online funding portal as an investment advisor

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This Suncor Employee Is Putting Her Project Management Skills To Work Raising Money For Cancer Research

Suncor project manager Heather Manitowich gives new meaning to the term ‘work-life balance'

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How Traditional Energy Companies Are Building a Viable Future for Renewables

Last year was a record-breaker for global investment in renewable energy, and the trend is expected to continue

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The Husky Pipeline Fallout Just Got Worse

Long-distance pipeline operators employ the “10-minute rule”—on discovering an anomaly that can’t be explained within ten-minutes, the section pipeline is isolated. If only Husky did the same.

The Fort McMurray Fire Drove The Price of Canadian Natural Gas Down To Its Lowest Level Since The Mid-1980s

Canadian gas production and pricing has become increasingly reliant on demand from the oil sands

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Husky’s Timing Couldn’t Be Worse

Five months before Justin Trudeau makes a decision about getting Albertan crude to tidewater via the Trans Mountain pipeline, a Husky Energy pipeline breached, spilling about 1,500 barrels of oil into the North Saskatchewan River.

Trade Unions Back Energy East, Citing Jobs

The backing of organized labor, arguing the economic benefits to Canadians of pipelines is a shot in the arm for TransCanada

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Energy innovation is far from alive and well

AltaGas Signs Multi-Year Purchase Agreement With Japanese Energy Company

Japan’s Astomos inks AltaGas offtake agreement

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The Husky Pipeline Fallout Just Got Worse

Long-distance pipeline operators employ the “10-minute rule”—on discovering an anomaly that can’t be explained within ten-minutes, the section pipeline is isolated. If only Husky did the same.

Husky’s Timing Couldn’t Be Worse

Five months before Justin Trudeau makes a decision about getting Albertan crude to tidewater via the Trans Mountain pipeline, a Husky Energy pipeline breached, spilling about 1,500 barrels of oil into the North Saskatchewan River.

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