January, 2013

Railing crude oil to coastal markets costly for producers

But facing steep discounts for their landlocked oil, companies turn to an old transportation method >

Katch Kan Ltd. perfects employee training

Edmonton-based company has more than 100 employees in 61 countries >

CN tests natural gas-fueled locomotives

Natural gas finds a new niche >

Statoil Canada's new CEO on keeping the oil sands competitive

'One thing is to optimize what we have,' Ståle Tungesvik says >

Rick George recalls the Suncor-Petro Canada merger

'It’s the largest merger done in Canada as of that date.' >

NXT Energy Solutions spies oil elephants from the air

Aerial surveying company recently booked deal with Pemex >

Is Petrobank's THAI technology ready for the spotlight?

Bitumen barbecue has encountered setbacks; executives optimisitc >

As oil sands output rises, Cold Lake struggles to keep up

In situ oil sands hub faces Fort McMurray-sized challenges >

Get used to China in the oil sands: former diplomat

'We can't develop the oil sands alone.' >

TransGlobe Energy Corp.’s Brett Norris gauges risk

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Tervita Corp.'s Mike Williams helps build communities

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Enbridge Inc.'s Karen Radford keeps the pipeline firm staffed

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Enerflex Ltd.'s Greg Stewart makes IT matter

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Peyto Exploration's Darren Gee puts the drill bit to work

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Harbir Chhina keeps Cenovus Energy Inc. running smoothly

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David Hardy positions Gran Tierra for change

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Leadership, savvy and bald-faced luck distinguish this year’s C-Suite award winners >

At Encana Corp., CFO Sherri Brillon plays the spoiler

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