Uncategorized

How Government Cheerleading Actually Hurt Alberta’s Energy Industry

Rachel Notley and Justin Trudeau were not the industry's top picks for their respective positions, but that may not be a bad thing More →

A Fine Mess: The AER’s Directive 074

Industry fell well short of the ambitious targets set under Directive 074, a policy intended to rapidly reduce oil sands tailings volumes that has since been suspended More →

Greenwashing or Good Business? Enbridge and TransCanada Get Into Renewables

Canada’s two biggest pipeline companies are getting into renewables in a big way. But is it enough to improve their standing in the eyes of their critics? More →

The Fortune Teller: FirstEnergy’s Martin King Has a Knack for Predicting Prices

Trying to predict commodity prices is an exercise in humility – and occasionally humiliation. Just ask FirstEnergy’s Martin King, a man who does it better than almost anyone else More →

Keyera and Kinder Morgan team up to build new crude oil storage in Edmonton

The 50-50 joint venture will see them partner on a project that will build 12 crude storage tanks connected to Kinder Morgan’s existing Edmonton storage terminals, its TransMountain pipeline and two crude-by-rail terminals in the area. More →

Offshore or shale, which is the best buy?

Compared to high-decline shale plays, the longer lifecycle of offshore wells makes them a bigger and better buy in the long term, regardless of oil price. More →