August, 2012

New Brunswick takes it on the chin from the Fraser Institute

Province ranks No. 102 on think-tank's worst-investment list >

Dynamic Vision pioneers 3-D training tools

Simulators modeled on aviation and military applications >

Tervita Corp. to unveil new service rig

Company hopes rack and pinion technology revolutionizes service rigs >

Five things worth knowing about natural gas liquids

Taking stock of Alberta’s vapours >

Lonestar West thrives amid pipeline boom

Hydro-vac a 'high-growth' business as oil and gas infrastructure expands >

Suncor, Encana and Enbridge tap unconventional labor

New and underutilized talent could help solve a perennial labor shortfall >

The Duvernay vs. the Viking

Two tight oil plays go head to head >

How to build an effective CEO compensation package

Rule one: Don't keep details from shareholders >

By the numbers: Oil and gas CEO compensation

Executives face a lot of scrutiny. But they also make a good wage for their troubles >

Questor, Ridgeline Energy bulk up on green offerings

Meet four executives that have switched from energy to environmental services >

Natural gas could replace coal as Alberta's No. 1 fuel

Oil sands development, new regulation will challenge coal >

Three Safety Boss veterans recall the Kuwait oil fires

'We buried more than 50 Iraqis,' one says >

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin on Keystone XL

'It's a big issue for the state and for America,' she says >

General Electric Co. enters the oil sands

Industrial and infrastructure giant opens Calgary innovation shop, eyes in situ extraction >

Canada needs a culture of innovation to become a global energy leader

But industry has work to do to be seen more broadly in this light >

Chinese private investment in Canada is poised to grow

Look for private enterprise to follow China's national oil companies >

Three questions with David Goldwyn

A 'softening' of LNG prices in the cards as market grows more liquid >

Is Alberta losing a 'global war for talent'?

A global commodity boom raises the temperature in province's red-hot labor market >