Pipelines

Building A Pipeline Monitoring System That Actually Works

“If you do have an incident occur, we are able to pick it up in real time – in seconds,” Steve Koles says. “Not weeks, seconds.” More →

The Full Alberta Oil Interview with Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall

Premier Wall thinks Canadians should be proud of their energy sector – and he’s not afraid to talk about it More →

The Energy Ink Podcast: The Dead Duck, Debt Reckoning Edition

Did the media overreact to the dead duck at the Nexen site? More →

An Alberta Carbon Tax and the Fallacy of Supply-side Environmentalism

For years, the energy sector has been getting outflanked by eco-activists. Why a carbon tax could be a way to turn the tables More →

The Energy Ink Podcast: Pipeline politics and “The 200” biggest O&G producers, midstreamers and service companies

Alberta Oil magazine editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are back with host Jim Kerr to discuss the June issue, the latest in energy news and “The 200” list of Canada’s biggest oil and gas producers, midstreamers and service companies More →

The Energy Ink Podcast: Colby Cosh of Maclean’s magazine and Mackenzie Scrimshaw of iPolitics.ca talk Alberta election

Maclean's magazine's Colby Cosh and Mackenzie Scrimshaw of iPolitics.ca stop by to discuss the impact of Rachel Notley's NDP winning Alberta's recent provincial election More →

How oil and gas tech and service businesses stand to gain from a new Chinese currency hub

Harper announces renmibi trading hub More →