Alberta's renewable energy sector is poised for major growth. But in order to be successful, newcomers to Alberta's electricity market will need to understand the lay of the land (Partner Content)
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The Energy Ink Podcast: The Suncor Rises Higher Edition
This week, the Alberta Oil magazine guys discuss the dramatic play that Suncor is making on the oil sands, Rachel Notley’s visit to Washington and a new report predicting a massive shortage in the future global oil supply. This edition features a special interview with the executive director of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, Neil Shelly.