Oil sands photographer Louis Helbig on oil imagery, politics and his new book

People have been arguing about the oil sands for years. That’s why a new book is trying to bring them together for a more constructive conversation. Will it work? More →

What new anti-SLAPP laws could mean for Canada’s energy sector

Anti-SLAPP legislation is coming in Ontario. Here’s what you need to know about it More →

Car2Gone? How changing driving habits are changing the oil and gas industry

Millennials don’t seem to be interested in buying or owning a car. That could be a big problem for an industry that depends on filling them up More →

What happened to the real Northern Gateway?

Pipeline routes to the west, east and south are either blocked or bogged down by political and enviromental opposition. So what about heading north? More →

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 More →

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 More →

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? More →