Policy

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

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Why the Oil Sands May Never See Another New Mining Project Built

The days of the oil sands megaproject are gone. That's not such a bad thing.

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The Search for the Lowest-cost Barrel and the Future of the Alberta Oil Sands

In a sector long-defined by its sky-high costs, being able to bring them down has suddenly become a matter of survival. How oil sands development is changing – for good

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When it comes to energy, volatility is the new norm (Sponsored)

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How Far Out is Saskatchewan From Developing Its Oil Sands?

Saskatchewan is fighting to unlock its oil sands potential – again. Is it a losing battle?

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Nine Years of Oilfield Fatalities Mapped

Life in the Alberta oilfield isn't without its share of risks. Here's where the dangers are and what can be done to minimize them

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Why the Energy Sector Needs to Hire More Canadian Forces Veterans

The Canadian military produces thousands of veterans who are technically skilled, professionally trained and ready to work. So why isn’t the energy sector hiring enough of them?

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