Economics

Is the shale revolution becoming a casualty of its own success?

Can American shale oil producers survive at under $60 oil?

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#AOenergyliteracy

If there’s one thing that’s been made clear over the last few years of anti-pipeline protests and petitions, it’s that there’s a disconnect between how passionate the average person is about energy issues and how much they actually know

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The battle for young hearts and minds: Should energy literacy be taught in schools?

Improving energy literacy among Canadian students is a big test for the industry. It’s also one it can’t afford to fail

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The National Survey on Energy Literacy

Energy Literacy Section 2: Canada’s failing grade and why, like many problem students, we’re still brimming with potential

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National Survey on Energy Literacy: Public Trust & Confidence

Energy Literacy Section 1: Who do we believe when we talk about energy? It’s not who you might think – or hope

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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

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Pipeline firms turn to new technologies as public scrutiny intensifies

Could external sensing technologies restore confidence in pipeline safety?

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