How the Big Banks Are Weathering the Downturn

The major financial institutions are certainly weathering this commodities slump better than those before it. But can we say the same about the oil patch?

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What is the Fate of Keystone XL?

With a Republican president in the White House, all may not be lost for the TransCanada project

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The 2016 Year in Review

In Canada and around the world, 2016 will go down as one of the toughest years on record for the energy industry and its dependent economies. These were some of the stories that mattered most

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Trudeau Approves East and West Pipelines, Rejects Northern Gateway

The federal Liberal government has approved Enbridge’s Line 3 and Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansions, while rejecting Enbridge's Northern Gateway

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Spotlight On: The Ford "Model Fee"

Seeking to replicate the success of its legendary Model T, the American automaker hopes to bring driverless vehicle transportation to the masses

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All signs point to oil’s growth, but there may be detours along the way

OPEC and the International Energy Agency agree that there's nothing to fear from the electric car—yet

Opinion: Energy Ink

OPINION: The Shifting Sands of Energy Call for Some Creative Footwork

Alberta Oil editor Nick Wilson on our changing energy politics and economics

OPINION: Canada Should Find Refuge in Hedges Before the Next Bust

While hedging isn’t free, it’s prudent, writes Tim Pickering of Auspice Capital

Balancing Environmental Regulation and New Technologies

Canada has often blazed the regulatory trail, opening the door to world markets for its innovative technology

Along the Canada-U.S. Border Thrives a Bustling Electricity Trade

Planned expansions to power flow in both directions uses new US and Canadian wind farms

Meet the Calgary Company That’s Leaving Pipeline Welding Behind

CORE Linepipe hopes to reverse the fortunes of the pipeline industry, one weldless joint at a time

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Alberta’s Industrial Heartland

Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is a rapidly growing hub of energy and petrochemical infrastructure worth $30 billion. And, with its renewed push for economic diversification, the provincial government could end up adding billions more.

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