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Minister of Transformation: Alberta’s Environment Minister On Her Changing Role—And The Province’s

Shannon Phillips is at the center of Alberta's transition into a carbon-conscious energy producer. But how far will she go?

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The Husky Pipeline Fallout Just Got Worse

Long-distance pipeline operators employ the “10-minute rule”—on discovering an anomaly that can’t be explained within ten-minutes, the section pipeline is isolated. If only Husky did the same.

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Why We Should Be Teaching the Next Generation About Energy Stewardship

We owe it to the next generation to explain to them why energy is important

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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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Amid Low Oil Prices, Governments Are Being Forced to Lift Bloated Gasoline Subsidies

Locals often pointed out that Venezuelan gas was “cheaper than water." But that changed in February after the country’s president Nicolás Maduro announced the first price hike in decades

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CNRL Primrose Seepage Caused By Excessive Steaming, Says AER

Nearly three years after the AER shut down operations at Primrose, the regulator releases its final report on one of the largest well leaks in oil sands history

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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

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