Energy Ink

Playing With Fire: Oil And The Middle East

All Gulf OPEC members have tense border disputes with at least one neighbor More →

Alberta And The “Value-Added” Tightrope

The Alberta public tends to like the idea of adding value to its oil and gas resources, but distrusts government funding in risky projects. Will the latest incentives program strike the right balance? More →

Much Ado About Nothing

The most important thing about the Alberta government's royalty review is that it's over More →

Royalty Review Reaction

Updated Feb. 1 with more comments, reaction and analysis More →

Lessons From Ontario: How Not To Run A Power Sector

Alberta can learn from Ontario’s mistakes. For more on electricity generation, see the "Freeze Frame" section in February's Alberta Oil magazine More →

Lacking Trudeau Leadership On Energy, Embattled Communities Fill The Void

On the fiefdom-like landscape that has prevailed in the absence of a national energy strategy from Justin Trudeau More →

Altagas to Build Canada’s First B.C. Coast LPG Export Terminal

The 38,000 bpd propane terminal will allow the first export from Canada’s Pacific coast of stranded shale gas LPG More →