Policy

How energy producers are using Twitter analytics to track public opinion

Social media analytics is no longer just for advertising agencies and political strategists. Energy companies have also jumped on board

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The Next Wave: Why oil and LNG aren’t the only fuels heading to the West Coast

Canadian propane and butane could soon be shipped via rail links to export terminals in Oregon and Washington state

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Few Canadians agree on building new oil refineries; even fewer agree on where

Even as labor costs fall, adding more refining capacity in Alberta appears unviable. But what about Eastern Canada?

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The Indicator: 60 is the magic number for Senate Republicans

How many Republicans does it take to legislate Keystone XL?

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The Year Ahead

We dust off our crystal balls and see — or try to, anyways — what 2015 has in store for us

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Alberta Oil’s 2014 Year in Review

Landmark legal decisions, a spate of big deals and an ever-deepening debate about pipelines — the events that defined 2014 for Alberta’s energy sector

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Show Me the Money

Oil and gas wages appear set to rise in the next year

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