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How former premier Jim Prentice missed his turn in the carbon tax debate

Why the time was right for a more robust price on carbon – and how Jim Prentice might have let it pass him by More →

Why spending nothing might be the best investment a horizontal driller makes

Many companies have slowed their drilling programs in 2015. Here’s why they might want to stop completely More →

The Ask: Our man in Ottawa on Alberta’s lingering outsider status

Alberta’s former envoy to the federal government returns home with a message More →

Meet the 24-year-old turning carbon emissions into lightweight concrete

Forget carbon capture and storage. Apoorv Sinha has found an even more inventive – and even more profitable – way to deal with unwanted emissions More →

What to do about climate change?

Dale Eisler says the recent agreement between China and the U.S. on GHG emissions is an encouraging step against climate change More →

With friends like these, who needs enemies?

A look inside the energy sector’s fraught relationship with its most vocal supporters More →

Juniors: Is this the end of shale oil?

Shale might be the reason for of the current price in crude. But don’t write it off just yet – we still might need it More →