Technology

For This Edmonton Energy Services Firm, The Carbon Levy ‘Is A Good Thing’

Edmonton-based Industrial Engines' ultra-efficient combined heat and power units appeal to oil producers focused on driving down costs

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How Traditional Energy Companies Are Building a Viable Future for Renewables

Last year was a record-breaker for global investment in renewable energy, and the trend is expected to continue

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Where Have All the Energy Innovators Gone?

Energy innovation is far from alive and well

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The Case for a Truly Nation-Building Pipeline

What if, instead of building a for-profit transmission line from the oil sands to tidewater, the proposal was to build a truly national pipeline — that is to say, a publicly owned pipeline?

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Alberta Site of Canada’s First Abandoned Oil Well-to-Geothermal Conversion

The project will put the Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre on a path to become the world’s first carbon neutral oil museum

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This Husky Project Could Make Money At Prices As Low As $8/Barrel

Husky Energy says average operating costs at its Edam East thermal project in Saskatchewan are among the lowest in the industry

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Could Nuclear Power and Co-Generation Be the Key to a Truly Emissions-Free Oil Sands?

Toshiba is in talks with an unnamed oil sands operator in northern Alberta to deploy a miniature nuclear reactor

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