What You Need to Know About Potential Changes for Energy Takeover Bids

Maxine Mongeon of Gowlings talks with us about the impact of revised securities regulations on hostile takeovers More →

Low Crude Prices Cause Saudis to Sell 15 Billion Riyals in Government Bonds

Saudi Arabia taps the debt market. But if the Saudis are going to crack, this won’t be the reason – at least, not yet More →

From Lagos to Canadian Energy Law, Chidinma Thompson Has Come a Long Way

Meet an energy lawyer with an endless appetite for knowledge – and a talent for putting it to work More →

New ETF Allows Investors to Play WCS Directly – Its Timing Couldn’t Be Better

Trading under the ticker CCX, the new fund is designed to track the performance of the Canadian crude oil market More →

How Pipelines Are Adapting to Coexist With Nearby Wildlife

In the forests beyond the facilities, one can find red foxes, caribou, black bears, Canada lynx, coyotes, grey wolves, moose, snowshoe hares and red squirrels, not to mention deer More →

SkyFire is Making the Future Safe for Solar in Oil-rich Alberta

Partner and chief operating officer David Vonesch on the hurdles to building solar power in the heart of Canada's oil industry More →

The Indicator: California Looks Back to the ’90s on Emissions Reduction Targets

California governor Jerry Brown has set some extremely ambitious emissions reduction targets for his state. Now, will others follow in his footsteps? More →