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 →

What You Need to Know About North America’s New Fuel Economy Standards

With Canada and the U.S. set to toughen fuel-economy standards for light-duty passenger vehicles, will the energy sector be left in the dust? More →

Lifting the American Oil Export Ban: What Would It Mean For Canada?

Why the US oil export ban might actually be lifted, and what it would mean for Canada’s oil industry More →

Four international E&P companies that epitomize the risk-reward proposition

How civil war and global politics can make an already tough oil and gas exploration job even tougher – and make the rewards that much greater. More →

After a decade of Canadian investment, China is pulling back. What now?

Following unprecedented Chinese investment in Canadian energy assets, the industry's fastest-growing source of capital has stepped back. Is it time to panic? More →

The U.K. is trying to build its own shale industry – and it wants your help

Council politics, ENGOs and mineral rights laws are just three of the hurdles facing the fledgling U.K. shale oil industry More →

Heavy oil’s influence is growing in Canada and the Middle East

New heavy oil projects being developed in other parts of the world will present new challenges – and new opportunities – for Canadian producers More →