Think higher oil prices are inevitable? Think again

Why low oil prices are a call to action

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The Next Wave: Why oil and LNG aren't the only fuels heading to the West Coast

Canadian propane and butane could soon be shipped via rail links to export terminals in Oregon and Washington state

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Few Canadians agree on building new oil refineries; even fewer agree on where

Even as labor costs fall, adding more refining capacity in Alberta appears unviable. But what about Eastern Canada?

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Is it time to stop ignoring the fossil fuel divestment campaign?

The heirs to one of the greatest oil fortunes in the world have joined the global fossil fuel divestment campaign. Is it time to stop writing it off?

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Blogs from our editors

Will OPEC cave? Don’t bet on it

FirstEnergy commodity analyst Martin King says a change in the cartel's position isn't in the cards

Did Obama just kill Keystone? Not quite

Reading the tea leaves on the President's latest State of the Union address

We need to talk about Kevin

Kevin O'Leary thinks we need a national referendum on pipelines. Here's why we think that might not be the best idea

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Think higher oil prices are inevitable? Think again

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Former Macmillan Bloedel CEO Tom Stephens talks about “hamburger diplomacy,” what he learned in dealing with environmental protestors and what the energy sector might learn from him

The Next Wave: Why oil and LNG aren’t the only fuels heading to the West Coast

Canadian propane and butane could soon be shipped via rail links to export terminals in Oregon and Washington state

Few Canadians agree on building new oil refineries; even fewer agree on where

Even as labor costs fall, adding more refining capacity in Alberta appears unviable. But what about Eastern Canada?

Alberta wants a value-added oil industry. But value at what cost?

Should Alberta invest in value-added petrochemicals?

Welcome to the jungle: Why Tim McMillan left government to lead CAPP

Tim MacMillan on facing challenges head-on

Is it time to stop ignoring the fossil fuel divestment campaign?

The heirs to one of the greatest oil fortunes in the world have joined the global fossil fuel divestment campaign. Is it time to stop writing it off?


Alberta Oil's Top Transactions
 

Raging River Exploration enters into bought deal worth $76.8 million

With a clean balance sheet and some dry powder to work with, the company could look to be a buyer of undervalued assets  >

Kicking Horse Energy saddles up

New company is the product of a tie-up announced in October between Donnycreek Energy and Contact Exploration  >

Repsol rescues Talisman

After breaking off negotiations earlier this year, the two companies come together again for a US$13 billion deal. It's one shareholders shouldn't expect to see topped, either  >