On the Offensive: Ezra Levant

Levant believes the best defense is a good offense.

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Disaster Waiting to Happen?

The busy airspace over the oil sands may be uncontrolled, but its safety record is first class.

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Canada's oil and gas and geothermal industries team up to tap into the Earth’s furnace

Can partnerships help Kirsten Marcia's Deep Earth Energy Production Corp.?

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Environmental activism moves from the streets to the boardroom

We would rather [energy companies] spend shareholder capital on alternative energy or as shareholder dividends, but not pouring more capital into funding more oil [development]."

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Canadian water treatment companies cash in on U.S. shale development

Water treatment from hydraulic fracturing is big business

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Blogs from our editors

The Davids and Goliaths of Energy

Environmentalists use religious tactics in fighting big oil

The origins of the term “responsible development”

The term's true meaning has become obscured amid the intensifying debate about the pace of oil sands development

Podcast: MNP’s David Yager on succeeding in a cyclical business

Both boom and bust cycles present constant challenges for energy services companies

More Energy Ink

Enterprise Mobility Update (Advertorial)

BYOD isn’t THE strategy; it should be part of the larger strategy discussion

Columns

Relic Hunting with Manitok Energy

Juniors can make a mint exploring in areas that the majors have left behind

On the Offensive: Ezra Levant

Levant believes the best defense is a good offense.

Disaster Waiting to Happen?

The busy airspace over the oil sands may be uncontrolled, but its safety record is first class.

Enbridge Inc. increases diluent supply as demand grows

The company is moving forward with its $1.4-billion Norlite pipeline

Canada’s oil and gas and geothermal industries team up to tap into the Earth’s furnace

Can partnerships help Kirsten Marcia's Deep Earth Energy Production Corp.?

Environmental activism moves from the streets to the boardroom

We would rather [energy companies] spend shareholder capital on alternative energy or as shareholder dividends, but not pouring more capital into funding more oil [development]."

Encana may hold onto its offshore Nova Scotia gas project after all

The company considered selling "Panuke" earlier this year

Canada

Canadian oil patch news roundup