Columns

Think higher oil prices are inevitable? Think again

Why low oil prices are a call to action More →

Jameson Berkow: American investors and the not-so-smart money

High-profile activist investors have come north looking to shake things up. So far, they’re the ones getting shaken More →

Oil prices: How long can juniors stand the heat?

Big producers can weather an extended period of low oil prices. For juniors, though, it’s a much different story More →

Why offshore wind farms have yet to match the output of their onshore counterparts

Despite their environmental appeal, offshore wind farms have been slow to develop worldwide More →

Oh, Canada

Alberta’s oil producers have managed to close one spread with its U.S. peers, but they’re still waiting on the more important one: valuation More →

The biggest horizontal oil play in the U.S. isn’t the Bakken, and it isn’t the Eagle Ford

Look to layered plays like the Permian as a measure of land value More →

Cenovus Energy’s Christina Lake approaches emissions parity with conventional wells

As SAGD technologies improve, unconventional production inches closer to conventional standards More →