Energy Ink

Enbridge throws down pipeline gauntlet

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Calgary-based firm is moving fast to advance proposed Wrangler pipeline More →

Pipeline, oil sands and hydro projects to drive growth

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Look to energy infrastructure to create jobs: CIBC economists More →

Rhetoric gets turned up around Keystone XL

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But a limp U.S. economy will win the day for TransCanada’s project More →

China’s next gambit: carbon capture and storage

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Alberta seems like a logical place to pursue partnerships  More →

The clock is ticking on West Coast LNG shipments

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Nuclear outages in Japan stoke Canadian export plans More →

The oil sands continue to put a target on Canada’s back

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Development of this resource chips away at "good guy" image More →

The labor fight over Keystone retraces old ground

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Little has changed since the CEP last fought Canada's NEB More →

Daniel Yergin’s The Quest garners mixed reviews

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Historian-turned-consultant tackles energy's big issues More →

Alberta’s oil patch has little to fear from next premier

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Candidates Mar, Redford and Horner seem cut from the same policy cloth  More →

Two steps forward, three steps back in shale gas debate

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Progressive regulatory steps made amid widespread concern More →

For new Alberta Liberal Party leader, an early gaffe

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Criticized as a single-issue candidate, Raj Sherman struggles to branch out More →

Alberta an ‘island of optimism’ amid global uncertainty

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Struggling global economy balanced by emerging market growth, ATB economist says More →