The Energy Ink Podcast: Episode 3

Listen to find out who you voted in as Canada's Top Energy Innovator for 2015

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Why We’re Not Like Norway

Here’s the other problem with comparing Norway and Alberta: they're completely different

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How oil traders use floating storage to cash in on contango in the futures market

Freeze Frame: Traders take to the seas to make their treasures

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The Energy Ink Podcast: Episode 2

DeSmog Canada's Emma Gilchrist joins us this month for a discussion on energy literacy & we feature an interview with author Marin Katusa

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Do patents enable innovation or stifle it?

Are patents a sword or a shield for the people who hold them? It depends on who you ask – and how you look at them

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Blogs from our editors

The Energy Ink Podcast: Episode 3

Listen to find out who you voted in as Canada's Top Energy Innovator for 2015

Bring out the bears

Crude prices may be enjoying a recent rally, but some analysts still think the worst is yet to come

Connacher approaches its endgame

Troubled junior oil sands producer gets, well, more troubled

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Columns

How high-tech can lower costs

Companies are cutting budgets left, right and center. Here’s why they should leave their research and development ones alone

#AOenergyliteracy

If there’s one thing that’s been made clear over the last few years of anti-pipeline protests and petitions, it’s that there’s a disconnect between how passionate the average person is about energy issues and how much they actually know

Why We’re Not Like Norway

Here’s the other problem with comparing Norway and Alberta: they're completely different

How oil traders use floating storage to cash in on contango in the futures market

Freeze Frame: Traders take to the seas to make their treasures

The Energy Services Breakfast Podcast: Scott Treadwell

Treadwell was one of three panelists at the March 18th Energy Services Breakfast in Nisku

Do patents enable innovation or stifle it?

Are patents a sword or a shield for the people who hold them? It depends on who you ask – and how you look at them

How the ‘rise of the machines’ will transform oil and gas

Fully autonomous operating systems are common in many industries, including mining. How soon will they reach the oil and gas sector, and what will it mean for the people working in it?

The Ask: Our man in Ottawa on Alberta’s lingering outsider status

Alberta’s former envoy to the federal government returns home with a message


Alberta Oil's Top Transactions
 

Whitecap Resources strikes a $587.5 million deal

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Tourmaline consolidates its Deep Basin holdings

In an all-share deal worth $265 million the company locks up its holdings in the Edson area  >

Bonterra bulks Up

In a $172 million all-cash deal, Bonterra picks up some low-decline production from Enerplus  >