The hard lessons of Northern Gateway

What’s it going to take to get aboriginal communities to support pipelines that carry bitumen to the West Coast? More than anyone ever imagined

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Creative Capital: Replicating the unlikely success of Frog Lake Energy Resources

Joe Dion and the Frog Lake First Nation couldn’t get the money they needed from Canada’s banks. So they looked east – way east

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Nation Building: Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde

Canada's new national chief is ready to do business – differently

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In Good Spirit: Calvin Helin and the Eagle Spirit Energy pipeline

Oil pipelines have consistently run into opposition from aboriginal groups. That’s why Vancouver lawyer Calvin Helin thinks it’s time for a new approach

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Conversation Starter

The energy sector knows it has to consult with First Nations. But what happens when that word means different things to different people?

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Blogs from our editors

Shale: is it a boom or a bubble?

That’s the question that Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn tried to answer in a recent presentation. And given his role in calling the U.S. housing bubble, it’s well worth listening to

Who let the dogs out?

The Doghouse Entrepreneur Pitch Competition and Presentation Theater at this year’s Global Petroleum Show will give energy entrepreneurs a chance to share their ideas. Will it produce the next great leap forward?

The Energy Ink Podcast: Episode 5

Maclean's magazine's Colby Cosh and Mackenzie Scrimshaw of iPolitics.ca stop by to discuss the impact of Rachel Notley's NDP winning Alberta's recent provincial election

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

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission and the strong case for carbon pricing

Why we don’t have to choose between a price on carbon or a profitable energy sector

#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

The hard lessons of Northern Gateway

What’s it going to take to get aboriginal communities to support pipelines that carry bitumen to the West Coast? More than anyone ever imagined

Creative Capital: Replicating the unlikely success of Frog Lake Energy Resources

Joe Dion and the Frog Lake First Nation couldn’t get the money they needed from Canada’s banks. So they looked east – way east

Nation Building: Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde

Canada's new national chief is ready to do business – differently

In Good Spirit: Calvin Helin and the Eagle Spirit Energy pipeline

Oil pipelines have consistently run into opposition from aboriginal groups. That’s why Vancouver lawyer Calvin Helin thinks it’s time for a new approach

Conversation Starter

The energy sector knows it has to consult with First Nations. But what happens when that word means different things to different people?

Model Misbehavior: The CPC 1232

Old problems persist even with new oil-by-rail regulations


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Pine Cliff gasses up

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