Policy

Recent Oilpatch IPOs Have Been a Slow Process

For companies looking to go public, the last few months have been an exercise in patience – and discipline More →

The Demise of the Dividend

With most dividends getting cut in the face of current commodity prices, is it time to reassess the dividend’s value? More →

Is Alberta’s CPC Program Still A Useful Tool For Energy Startups?

The capital pool company (CPC) program used to be a preferred method of raising capital for energy sector companies. But its appeal has slowly eroded More →

Rob Merrifield on Keystone XL, The Oil Sands And His Replacement in Washington

Alberta’s former envoy to Washington sets the record straight More →

Industry suffers widespread layoffs

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Archive: Justin Trudeau and his Quest for the (Suspicious) West

A look back to an article we penned on the Liberal leader exactly one year ago More →

Quebec Vs. TransCanada: How the War Over Energy East Is Playing Out

TransCanada’s Energy East was billed as a can’t-miss, slam-dunk project. Then it met Quebec More →