Policy

COMMENT: Take Power Decisions To The People

Alberta's Shadow Minister For Electricity And Renewables Says There's A More Reliable Way To Provide Cost-Effective And Reliable Electricity To Albertans

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Minister of Transformation: Alberta’s Environment Minister On Her Changing Role—And The Province’s

Shannon Phillips is at the center of Alberta's transition into a carbon-conscious energy producer. But how far will she go?

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PTAC President Soheil Asgarpour is Leading the Industry’s Battle to Cut Carbon and Costs Out of The Barrel

Rather than reinvent the wheel to solve problems they share in common, oil and gas producers in Alberta fund Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC) programs

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Why Alberta Won’t Be Receiving Transfer Payments This Year

Canada's equalization program reviews the status of the "have" and "have not" provinces every five years

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What’s Really Going On With OPEC In The Middle East?

The longstanding rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran has been playing out in barrels and in bullets. The latest infighting at OPEC and new proxy wars in the region may be opening up a new front

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Despite Progress, A Subtle Case Of Sexism Still Lingers in the Energy Sector

Women have made impressive gains in the energy sector over the last few decades. And yet, some still feel they are pushing back against the notion that women and oil don’t mix

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Return To Diverse City: The Global Village at the Heart of the Oil Sands

People like Robbie Picard represent the unexpectedly diverse face of Fort McMurray. As the city reels from a devastating wildfire that caused mass evacuations in May, that diversity has come into sharper focus than ever

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