How Canada’s Energy Services Sector Is Building An International Following

The benefits of a strong, progressive and competitive energy and energy services industry extends well beyond Alberta’s borders into the rest of Canada More →

Where To Go For The Most Trusted Reservoir Performance Information

Good information is a valuable commodity – and a company that creates it is an even better one More →

Building A Pipeline Monitoring System That Actually Works

“If you do have an incident occur, we are able to pick it up in real time – in seconds,” Steve Koles says. “Not weeks, seconds.” More →

When Should a Company Get Rid of its Dividend?

Is eliminating the dividend worth it, given that it invites more selling pressure on shares that are already badly beaten by a pessimistic market? More →

The Threat to Junior E&P Companies Could Be a Problem for Everyone

When juniors are suffering, that sickness will eventually make its way up the food chain More →

In the Global Game of Petroleum Poker, the Saudi Hand Just Got a Bit Weaker

Betting the House (of Saud) is an increasingly risky bet as the kingdom's bluff becomes more and more apparent More →

Alberta’s Energy Minister on Pipelines, Royalties and Standing Up to Brad Wall

Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd sits down with the magazine for an exclusive one-on-one interview More →