Why The Marcellus Shale Play Could Spell The End For Canadian Natural Gas

With rapidly expanding pipeline capacity and enough natural gas reserves to meet North American demand for decades, Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale play is putting a stranglehold on the Canadian natural gas industry More →

Emissions Omissions: The Lopsided Debate Over Alberta’s “Dirty Oil” Label

The notion that oil sands produce North America's most emissions-intensive product is accepted as fact. And yet, many U.S. fields go under the radar More →

The Dramatic Rise Of U.S. Oil Production (And What It Means For Canada)

What was once a question of meeting demand is now a question of managing a surplus of supply More →

Why Canadian Plays Can’t Compete With Texas – And Why We Might Not Want Them To

“Alberta may be conservative, but we’re not reckless." More →

Is This The End Of The U.S. Oil Boom?

U.S. shale oil production has peaked, productivity gains have flatlined and the cheap money has all but disappeared. Has the U.S. shale gale finally blown over? More →

How Chinese Investment in Canadian Oil Assets Is Taking on a New Form

Despite a substantial drop in Chinese FDI in recent years, there are signs some of that capital could be coming back More →

Alberta Oilfield Manufacturers Turn To The Global Market For Their Salvation

With Canadian energy companies hit hard by the falling price of crude, domestic manufacturers are proving that if you build it, they will come More →