Energy Ink

The Bankruptcy Case Time Bomb That’s Ticking in the Heart of the Patch

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There May Be Life Yet For Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline

The NEB has give it the green light, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is behind it, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is weakening on the oil tanker moratorium More →

SevenGen to collaborate with other Montney producers

Seven Generations Energy wants to exchange information with Montney producers to ensure the future use of Alliance pipeline to Chicago More →

Buying a Well Just Got Harder

To head off a wave of abandoned wells flooding the orphan well fund, the AER has tightened the requirements for well ownership, making it much harder to buy one More →

Unifor, the Dinosaur

Random drug and alcohol testing protects the human and labor rights of all employees. Unions should stop fighting progress More →

Editorial: As Fort McMurray Burned, The Oil And Gas Community Stepped Up

There are too many stories of selfless actions of individuals and organizations to tell. No one has charged a cent for any service given. This is the proud but silent spirt of Fort McMurray. More →

Another Week of Oil Sands Bashing, Another Backwards Step

This week, crude-to-tidewater pipelines have come under fire from two sources—one predictable Naomi Klein, author of the anti-hydrocarbons “Leap Manifesto”—and the other more worrying, a federal government think tank More →