How young scientists from the University of Calgary improved oil sands water monitoring

The founders of FREDsense Technologies developed a more efficient method of bacterial sensing

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Pipeline firms turn to new technologies as public scrutiny intensifies

Could external sensing technologies restore confidence in pipeline safety?

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How Women could help fill industry’s labor shortage

291 women graduated from the Women Building Futures program between 2010 and 2012

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Infographic: A visual breakdown of the global thirst for LNG

Looking at market demand for LNG by volume and global share

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Blogs from our editors

Oil pipelines and the drama of social license

Social license has become a moving target - and this suits oil sands opponents just fine since they are mainly the ones moving it

Class action lawsuit against Penn West announced

Two law firms specializing in class-action lawsuits announce legal action as Penn West reviews accounting irregularities

Talisman Energy confirms Repsol takeover rumours

Spanish integrated energy company in talks to purchase Talisman Energy, but likely won't need to pass Industry Canada's net benefit assessment

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The Internet of Things (Advertorial)

Focusing solely on efficiency misses the real value of transformation

Columns

How the increasingly warm U.S.-Mexico relationship is isolating Canada

America's southern neighbor is quietly cutting Canada out of the picture

How young scientists from the University of Calgary improved oil sands water monitoring

The founders of FREDsense Technologies developed a more efficient method of bacterial sensing

An interactive timeline of Enbridge’s Northern Gateway project

A look at the trials and tribulations of the embattled export pipeline, from 2004 to 2014

Small steps forward: Three recent Chinese investments made in Canadian assets

Chinese-led deal flow continues in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, albeit on a smaller scale

Pipeline firms turn to new technologies as public scrutiny intensifies

Could external sensing technologies restore confidence in pipeline safety?

News in Brief: Bringing context to the stories making headlines

Pembina Pipeline Corp. boosts capacity; U.S. coal-fired facilities await tighter regulations; CAPP lowers its production forecast

How Women could help fill industry’s labor shortage

291 women graduated from the Women Building Futures program between 2010 and 2012

Canada

Canadian oil patch news roundup