Introducing: The Energy Ink Podcast

The debut of Alberta Oil's new monthly podcast: This episode discusses the TransMountain pipeline protests, Jim Prentice's path forward and much more More →

Pipeline firms turn to new technologies as public scrutiny intensifies

Could external sensing technologies restore confidence in pipeline safety? More →

Economist Andrew Leach and Kirsten Smith pop the notion of a “bitumen bubble”

Even with new pipeline infrastructure, geographic price discounts for Albertan crude will remain More →

Like her or loathe her, B.C. Premier Christy Clark is possibly Canada’s most influential energy player

An essay from the former president of the Canada West Foundation More →

State Department report raises likelihood of “yes” for Keystone XL

One observer thinks the study findings aren’t so inconsequential More →

Of Politics and Pipelines

Since when did the oil sands debate revolve around infrastructure firms? More →

Oil sands corrosion concerns spur new developments in pipeline technologies

A look inside ClearStream Energy Services' Wear Technologies facility for pipes More →