After Three Decades In Canada, Is Carbon Capture Technology Doomed?

Carbon capture and storage technology has immense potential for Canada’s oil industry. But it comes at a staggering cost. Will it ever be truly viable in Canada?

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New Novel 'Long Change' Breaks Literary Ground In The Oil Patch

The energy industry has long been neglected as a source of serious cultural inquiry. Until now.

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AER Boss Jim Ellis On The Changing Face Of Alberta's Energy Regulation

"We’re far more transparent now when we’re doing things. We’re putting far more emphasis on that. The expectation of this government is for us to regulate and that’s what we’re doing."

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The Vancouver School: Inside The B.C. Media's Anti-Oil Crusade

How the Vancouver School is distorting media coverage of the energy sector – and what the energy sector can learn from it

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Why The Marcellus Shale Play Could Spell The End For Canadian Natural Gas

With rapidly expanding pipeline capacity and enough natural gas reserves to meet North American demand for decades, Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale play is putting a stranglehold on the Canadian natural gas industry

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Playing With Fire: Oil And The Middle East

All Gulf OPEC members have tense border disputes with at least one neighbor

Alberta And The “Value-Added” Tightrope

The Alberta public tends to like the idea of adding value to its oil and gas resources, but distrusts government funding in risky projects. Will the latest incentives program strike the right balance?

Much Ado About Nothing

The most important thing about the Alberta government's royalty review is that it's over

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Three Key Factors In Deciding Whether To Invest In An Energy Company

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After Three Decades In Canada, Is Carbon Capture Technology Doomed?

Carbon capture and storage technology has immense potential for Canada’s oil industry. But it comes at a staggering cost. Will it ever be truly viable in Canada?

The Energy Ink Podcast: The Trudeau Comes To Calgary Edition

New Novel ‘Long Change’ Breaks Literary Ground In The Oil Patch

The energy industry has long been neglected as a source of serious cultural inquiry. Until now.

The Vancouver School: Inside The B.C. Media’s Anti-Oil Crusade

How the Vancouver School is distorting media coverage of the energy sector – and what the energy sector can learn from it

Why The Marcellus Shale Play Could Spell The End For Canadian Natural Gas

With rapidly expanding pipeline capacity and enough natural gas reserves to meet North American demand for decades, Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale play is putting a stranglehold on the Canadian natural gas industry

Much Ado About Nothing

The most important thing about the Alberta government's royalty review is that it's over


Alberta Oil's Top Transactions
 

Dealmakers: Saudi Aramco Mulls IPO

An IPO would be worth billions of dollars >

Athabasca and Murphy Oil Cut $475-million JV Deal

Athabasca will give up operatorship and a 70 percent-interest in its production, pipelines and facilities in Duvernay, and a 30 percent stake in Montney >

Enbridge buys Murphy B.C. Gas Assets for $538 million

Enbridge buys gas plants with total capacity of 320 million cubic feet per day near Dawson Creek and its Montney field assets >