National Survey on Energy Literacy: The Issues

Energy Literacy Section 3: Not just for West Coast hippies anymore: In Canada, opposition to energy projects is cropping up in some pretty surprising places More →

Pipeline firms turn to new technologies as public scrutiny intensifies

Could external sensing technologies restore confidence in pipeline safety? More →

Dealmakers: The largest recent acquisitions in the oilpatch

Alexander Energy Ltd., Baytex Energy Corp. and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. acquire new assets More →

Energy firms turn increasingly to training programs to attract workers

The energy industry needs more skilled workers. Polytechnics need more funding. It’s a case of scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours More →

A brief look at what’s making news in the energy industry

Snapshots of recent developments in the oil patch More →

The cancellation of Voyageur leaves an uncompleted megaproject near Fort McMurray

After spending $3.5 billion on this joint-venture project with 49 per cent equity partner Total E&P Canada, Suncor decided to cancel Voyageur in March 2012 because of deteriorating project economics. More →

Asian LNG buyers are pushing for a new pricing scheme. Is it to their own detriment?

Gutting the Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs More →