Technology

Field Upgrading Finds Salt-Of-The-Earth Solution To Oilsands Upgrading

CEO Neil Camarta is piloting a sodium processing solution in Fort Saskatchewan

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Shipping ‘Neatbit’ By Rail Could Be The Answer We’re Looking For. So Why Aren’t We Looking At It?

It's cheap, it's safe and it's practically harmless if spilled. So why isn't raw bitumen-by-rail gaining more traction with industry and government?

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Coal: Saskatchewan’s Other Black Gold

To much of the world, coal is already the fossil fuel of the past. But Saskatchewan isn't giving up on it yet—and it believes burying the evidence might be the answer

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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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