Ronald Pantin has two years to replace 60,000 bpd

Faced with losing key production from its namesake field, the Pacific Rubiales CEO looks beyond Colombia More →

Following the (primarily U.S.) money funding Canada’s anti-oil movement

It is no coincidence that U.S. foundations are funding a multimillion-dollar campaign against Canadian energy. More →

In light of Keystone delays, is NAFTA becoming obsolete?

“There’s no question – at least at that time – that U.S. policy toward Canada was aimed at security of supply” More →

Will Russia’s move into Eastern Ukraine impact Canadian oil and gas?

“The U.S. is threatening intervention and the outcome of any actions it takes will indirectly involve Canada” More →

Steel manufacturers in China look to expand, eye Alberta’s energy sector

Even the smallest steel pipe mills in China have big dreams to expand More →

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 →