Carbon capture investment is critical to Alberta’s export relationships

Will carbon capture and storage technology be adopted on a large enough scale to make a difference? More →

Coal miners face similar export challenges as Alberta’s oil patch

The value of Alberta’s coal exports is rising as foreign demand for thermal coal increases More →

Three lessons learned from oilfield contractors working overseas

Why aggressive international expansion isn’t for the faint of heart More →

Vancouver-based Africa Oil is doing business in the most corrupt country in the world

Will the risk-taking junior find big game or big trouble in East Africa? More →

Worsening security threatens to derail Colombia’s oil boom

After years of relative stability, fresh violence and kidnappings in Colombia could affect Canadian oil producers More →

Surging U.S. crude oil production has Alberta producers feeling the pain

The tight oil revolution worsens price discounts for Western Canadian crude More →

Corruption proves costly for Niko Resources and Griffiths Energy

Bribes paid to foreign officials results in multi-million dollar fines and bad press More →