Innovation and ingenuity in the energy sector
New content: oil sands, new technology and geopolitical games of chicken
It’s been a busy last few weeks here at AO headquarters. In the last month, we’ve said goodbye to one editor and hello to another. Darren Campbell, a veteran of northern business journalism, has replaced Gordon Jaremko at the helm of the mothership. Darren joins the magazine at an exciting time.
For February, we scoured industry drawing boards and field trials to compile our list of 25 ideas shaping the national energy scene.
The usual suspects are also present and accounted for:
Contributor Bill Sass examined the pipeline-versus-railcar debate for transporting Alberta crude to new markets
As speculators return en mass to commodity futures markets, we pick the brain of an investigative geologist at the Alberta Securities Commission
Alberta’s Energy Resources Conservation Board is shuffling regulations ahead of an expected wave of in situ oil sands projects
Contributor Cailynn Klingbeil followed an Edmonton firm looking to commercialize the oily science of earthquakes