All Aboard: Oil-by-rail transloading facilities pop up across Western Canada

Looking at the influx of new capacity at oil transloading facilities in Western Canada

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Cenovus Energy's Christina Lake approaches emissions parity with conventional wells

As SAGD technologies improve, unconventional production inches closer to conventional standards

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The Sturgeon refinery and the high cost of value-added

Unexpected costs are eating away at potential returns for the Sturgeon Refinery. So why is it still being built?

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Is Canada ready for a national energy strategy?

The policy discussion in Canada around a national energy strategy is a story of stumbles and fumbles

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David Goldwyn talks oil pipelines and Canada-U.S. energy relations

Washington's special envoy of International Energy Affairs muses about energy security in an increasingly energy secure continent

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Cenovus Energy’s Christina Lake approaches emissions parity with conventional wells

As SAGD technologies improve, unconventional production inches closer to conventional standards

All Aboard: Oil-by-rail transloading facilities pop up across Western Canada

Looking at the influx of new capacity at oil transloading facilities in Western Canada

The Sturgeon refinery and the high cost of value-added

Unexpected costs are eating away at potential returns for the Sturgeon Refinery. So why is it still being built?

Is Canada ready for a national energy strategy?

The policy discussion in Canada around a national energy strategy is a story of stumbles and fumbles

David Goldwyn talks oil pipelines and Canada-U.S. energy relations

Washington's special envoy of International Energy Affairs muses about energy security in an increasingly energy secure continent

How energy service companies are becoming a target for foreign investors

Five deals that illustrate foreign strategic investors' recent interest in service companies

Using CO2 for enhanced oil recovery in Alberta is easier said than done

Only a few years ago C02-EOR showed potential to be industry's environmental saving grace. But attempts to implement it have run aground


Alberta Oil's Top Transactions
 

Tier 1 Energy Solutions ties up with Avenger Oil Tools

Terms of the deal were undisclosed, but the combined entity is well positioned for further growth  >

PrairieSky makes its first deal

Encana's former royalty play buys Range Royalty LP for $699 million  >

Vermilion Energy adds a U.S. division

Global energy company adds prospective acreage south of the border in an $11.1 million deal  >