Four international E&P companies that epitomize the risk-reward proposition

How civil war and global politics can make an already tough oil and gas exploration job even tougher – and make the rewards that much greater.

Read More

The Rise and Fall of Niko Resources

How a South East Asia-focused market darling ended up selling for pennies on the dollar.

Read More

After a decade of Canadian investment, China is pulling back. What now?

Following unprecedented Chinese investment in Canadian energy assets, the industry's fastest-growing source of capital has stepped back. Is it time to panic?

Read More

The U.K. is trying to build its own shale industry – and it wants your help

Council politics, ENGOs and mineral rights laws are just three of the hurdles facing the fledgling U.K. shale oil industry

Read More

Drumheller's Atlas Coal Mine #3 and the end of an era in Alberta history

Canada’s best-preserved coal tipple is symbolic of a sunset segment of the energy sector

Read More

Blogs from our editors

The Energy Ink Podcast: Pipeline politics and “The 200” biggest O&G producers, midstreamers and service companies

Alberta Oil magazine editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are back with host Jim Kerr to discuss the June issue, the latest in energy news and “The 200” list of Canada’s biggest oil and gas producers, midstreamers and service companies

Parsing the Dutch decision

A court in the Netherlands ruled that its government must act more decisively on climate change. Does that set a precedent for other jurisdictions - including Canada?

Why the moral case for fossil fuels isn’t one we should make

Alex Epstein's ideas found a receptive audience in Calgary last week. Here's why you shouldn't be a part of it

More Energy Ink

Sage Advice (Sponsored)

CESO taps the expertise of knowledgeable executives to benefit businesses and organizations in the developing world and at home

Columns

It’s time we put a stop to the Norwailing

Colby Cosh on why comparisons between how Alberta and Norway handle their resource revenues differently need to stop

#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

Is Tesla’s Model-S the Beginning of the End for Oil?

Why battery technology could drive the electric vehicle to new heights – and disrupt the fossil fuel industry in the process

Four international E&P companies that epitomize the risk-reward proposition

How civil war and global politics can make an already tough oil and gas exploration job even tougher – and make the rewards that much greater.

The Rise and Fall of Niko Resources

How a South East Asia-focused market darling ended up selling for pennies on the dollar.

The Energy Services Breakfast Podcast: Chris McKerrall

The Energy Services Breakfast is brought to you by MNP and Shaw Business

After a decade of Canadian investment, China is pulling back. What now?

Following unprecedented Chinese investment in Canadian energy assets, the industry's fastest-growing source of capital has stepped back. Is it time to panic?

The U.K. is trying to build its own shale industry – and it wants your help

Council politics, ENGOs and mineral rights laws are just three of the hurdles facing the fledgling U.K. shale oil industry


Alberta Oil's Top Transactions
 

Ontario’s Teachers buy up Cenovus royalty assets for $3.3 billion

Thousands of Ontario teachers are now directly invested in the oil sands - whether they like it or not  >

Trinidad Drilling and CanElson join forces

The $505 million deal will produce a combined fleet of rigs that's the third largest in Canada  >

Cenovus picks up crude-by-rail terminal

Oil sands producer buys Canexus's Bruderheim facility for $75 million >