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 →

Why Canadian energy services firms are ripe for foreign investment

As Canadian energy service companies grow organically, overseas players are picking up the slack on M&As More →

Why energy investors should be closely considering the down-spacing of wells

Simply assessing the distances between wells can shed light on a company's value More →

The Future of Canadian Gas

Challenges abound for Canadian gas with the surge in U.S. production, but the States could also open up opportunities for Canada More →

Why China’s struggle in the oil sands is Canada’s problem

Chinese companies are facing the usual oil sands challenges – plus some More →

Directional drilling and the decline rate treadmill

As more and more wells go horizontal, investors should be aware that not all barrels are created equal More →