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 →

The 25 Most Important Energy Infrastructure Projects

From pipelines to tank farms, meet the new developments that are paving the way for the energy sector’s future More →

Is Alberta’s Energy Sector Ready For a Double Dose of the New Democrats?

For many in the energy sector, Premier Notley was a challenge. But what about Prime Minister Mulcair? More →

Forget Volkswagen. Here’s How Natural Gas Will Bring on the Demise of Diesel

Natural gas has long been touted as a natural replacement for diesel. Finally that promise is starting to be realized More →

Oil By Rail Is Getting Another Safety Upgrade. Will It Be Enough This Time?

Following the 2013 train disaster at Lac-Mégantic and multiple derailments and fires last summer, Canada and the U.S. think they have created the safest rail car possible More →

Why a Private Energy Services Company is Rolling the Dice on a U.S. Division

In a high-risk move, STEP Energy's newly created American division will bring its coiled tubing service to the Eagle Ford and complete its first job by the end of the third quarter More →