A second look at B.C.'s two-tier LNG tax regime

Despite concerns, the new system appears to rival other jurisdictions in the long term

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Photo: What to do with Fort Mac's yellow mountains?

There’s enough sulfur in the oil sands to flip the world market for the commodity

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PumpWell Solutions is wringing more oil from every well

Is enhanced oil recovery necessary given advancements in well optimization?

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Energy firms turn increasingly to training programs to attract workers

The energy industry needs more skilled workers. Polytechnics need more funding. It’s a case of scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours

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Student Energy's Kali Taylor calls for a refocusing of the energy debate

The 26-year-old co-founder of Student Energy, a non-profit energy literacy group, says the energy debate needs to be refocused around issues that matter to people

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Blogs from our editors

Alberta Premier travels to Ottawa to discuss Keystone XL delay

Facing further delays to the approval of TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline, Alberta Premier Dave Hancock will have the ear of Prime Minister Stephen Harper next week

Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation prepared to fund new cancer study

Chief Allan Adam disappointed with recent AHS report

War on Science? Hardly

Government couldn't “defeat” science in a war even if it were to undertake such a harebrained idea

More Energy Ink

British Columbia’s promising Liquefied Natural Gas industry the focus of major event (Advertorial)

British Columbia has an unprecedented opportunity to create economic growth from the province’s most promising resource – natural gas

Columns

In a growth-obsessed industry, Penn West and other companies are intentionally shrinking

Growth for the sake of growth will no longer do. Instead, industry is increasingly forsaking size in favor of efficiency, profitability and sustainability.

Infographic: Converting the Sabine Pass LNG terminal

For the first time, an LNG import facility is being re-purposed for export

From natural gas to coal: power generation takes a step backward

A carbon price of up to $100 might be necessary to make gas-fired power stations competitive

A second look at B.C.’s two-tier LNG tax regime

Despite concerns, the new system appears to rival other jurisdictions in the long term

Photo: What to do with Fort Mac’s yellow mountains?

There’s enough sulfur in the oil sands to flip the world market for the commodity

PumpWell Solutions is wringing more oil from every well

Is enhanced oil recovery necessary given advancements in well optimization?

Energy firms turn increasingly to training programs to attract workers

The energy industry needs more skilled workers. Polytechnics need more funding. It’s a case of scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours

Canada

Canadian oil patch news roundup