Policy

How To Do Business in Brazil

After raising the hopes of foreign investors and opening up its vast reserves to overseas drillers, Brazil’s political system has lurched into instability

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How a National Electricity Grid Could Combat the Oil Industry’s “Dirty Oil” Label

Like it or not, the oil industry’s “dirty oil” label is a Canadian problem

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Alberta Budget Unveils Details of Carbon Levy

Alberta’s government has fleshed out its carbon pricing policies and detailed the pains and gains
in the 2016/17 budget.

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Alberta Budget Oil Price Estimate ‘Optimistic’: Auspice Founder

The Alberta government has pegged the price of oil at $42 for the 2016-17 fiscal year, and has adjusted its forecast for 2015-16 down to $45

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Government Abolishes Oil Sands Monitoring Agency

Dysfunctional, inefficient, and redundant, the Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency is a "failed experiment"

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NEB Orders Pipeline Companies to Post Emergency Plans Online

The decision affects all pipeline companies regulated by the regulator, with a few exceptions for small system

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This Time It Really Is Different: The Case for a North American Energy Strategy

North America could be more independent, secure and resilient in meeting its energy needs if we created a common vision that unified energy issues on a large scale

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