Domestic crude oil flows increasingly being funneled into Montreal

Refineries in la belle province are accepting higher volumes of crude from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin

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Oil patch CEOs look to executive coaches to boost performance and well-being

It can be lonely at the top. Luckily executive coaches can offer a helping hand

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Total disappointment: Does the shelving of Joslyn spell the end?

A French major’s suspension of its $11-billion megaproject raises questions about the oil sands' economic viability

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Kevin O’Brien on the end of the oil sands' in situ honeymoon

"The investment community is getting wiser to the fact that not all SAGD projects are the same."

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How OPEC missed the North American shale revolution

"Today, another kind of “oil crisis” is underway – not for the West, but for OPEC. And this latest threat has a name: fracking."

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Encana divesting its remaining interest in PrairieSky spinoff

Other firms mull offerings for their fee simple mineral lands

Seven Generations Energy moves closer to IPO

Market could value Montney-focused energy junior in the $1 billion range

Canada’s “northern El Dorado” brings both fortune and great responsibility

"The impact on the environment from bitumen extraction must grow lighter and gentler, and from this obligation there can be no shirking."

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When it comes to energy, the business community must lead (advertorial)

200 executives meet in Calgary for the annual Energy Roundtable conference to discuss how Canada can meet tomorrow’s energy demand

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Directional drilling and the decline rate treadmill

As more and more wells go horizontal, investors should be aware that not all barrels are created equal

Domestic crude oil flows increasingly being funneled into Montreal

Refineries in la belle province are accepting higher volumes of crude from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin

Oil patch CEOs look to executive coaches to boost performance and well-being

It can be lonely at the top. Luckily executive coaches can offer a helping hand

Total disappointment: Does the shelving of Joslyn spell the end?

A French major’s suspension of its $11-billion megaproject raises questions about the oil sands' economic viability

Kevin O’Brien on the end of the oil sands’ in situ honeymoon

"The investment community is getting wiser to the fact that not all SAGD projects are the same."

How OPEC missed the North American shale revolution

"Today, another kind of “oil crisis” is underway – not for the West, but for OPEC. And this latest threat has a name: fracking."

Can Syncrude Canada maintain its legacy of social engagement in the oil sands?

After 50 years of operations, the company that led the way in social responsibility faces new challenges

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