Why Canada Needs a National Energy Information Agency – and Quickly

"As a country, we simply don’t know where we are going or how to get there," says the University of Calgary's Michal Moore More →

How To Capitalize On Refracking

Refracking is the latest leap forward for the industry. But to capitalize on its long-term upside, companies need to survive the short-term downside first More →

Small Firm, Big Savings For The Energy Industry

How a Toronto firm is turning the legal business upside down – and not a moment too soon, as far as its energy sector clients are concerned More →

Cost Management Will Separate the Winners and the Losers in the Downturn

Energy companies must reduce costs strategically to survive in an era of lower oil prices More →

Mexico Surpassed Canadian Car Makers in 2012 and Shows No Signs of Slowing

Consumer demands for energy and for automobiles are changing. And the more they do, the more they stay the same More →

This Colombian Oil Company is Bucking the North American Conventional Trend

Many companies are struggling to survive in the energy sector’s version of the “death zone” – but this Colombian exploration company still has plenty of oxygen left More →

How New Interactive Modeling Can Save Millions on Terminal Construction Costs

Stream Systems is bringing a sense of play to the planning of oil and gas facilities – and that’s saving its clients millions of dollars More →