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Could Alberta’s Cap on Oil Sands Emissions Hinder Growth?

Alberta's 100Mt cap on annual oil sands emisssions is described by environmental groups as an "insurance policy" against ever-rising production

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This Husky Project Could Make Money At Prices As Low As $8/Barrel

Husky Energy says average operating costs at its Edam East thermal project in Saskatchewan are among the lowest in the industry

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Why the Energy Sector is Racing to Become More Sustainable

There is renewed interest in the oil and gas industry to improve its processes, to prolong its existence and become more sustainable amid an increasingly competitive market

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Alberta’s Nsolv to Receive $13 Million to Develop Technology

The company's waterless solvent technology will get a small cash injection that will move it closer to commercialization

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Why Canadian Plays Can’t Compete With Texas – And Why We Might Not Want Them To

“Alberta may be conservative, but we’re not reckless."

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The Search for the Lowest-cost Barrel and the Future of the Alberta Oil Sands

In a sector long-defined by its sky-high costs, being able to bring them down has suddenly become a matter of survival. How oil sands development is changing – for good

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How Far Out is Saskatchewan From Developing Its Oil Sands?

Saskatchewan is fighting to unlock its oil sands potential – again. Is it a losing battle?

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