February, 2015

Features

An excerpt from The Colder War: How the Global Energy Trade Slipped from America's Grasp

Vladimir Putin, power and the politics of oil: An excerpt from Marin Katusa’s new – and essential – book  >

Is the shale revolution becoming a casualty of its own success?

Can American shale oil producers survive at under $60 oil? >

The National Survey on Energy Literacy

#AOenergyliteracy

If there’s one thing that’s been made clear over the last few years of anti-pipeline protests and petitions, it’s that there’s a disconnect between how passionate the average person is about energy issues and how much they actually know >

Alberta Oil's Energy Literacy Questionnaire

How much do you know about the energy industry? >

How social media is changing the debate on energy infrastructure projects

The air war is over. Now, the ground campaign begins – and why you’re about to be conscripted on its behalf  >

Listen: The University of Calgary's Michal Moore

The U of C professor talks about the findings in Alberta Oil's National Survey on Energy Literacy and what he's found in the course of his own research on the subject >

National Survey on Energy Literacy: Public Trust & Confidence

Energy Literacy Section 1: Who do we believe when we talk about energy? It’s not who you might think – or hope >

National Survey on Energy Literacy: The Issues

Energy Literacy Section 3: Not just for West Coast hippies anymore: In Canada, opposition to energy projects is cropping up in some pretty surprising places >

The battle for young hearts and minds: Should energy literacy be taught in schools?

Improving energy literacy among Canadian students is a big test for the industry. It’s also one it can’t afford to fail >

The National Survey on Energy Literacy

Energy Literacy Section 2: Canada’s failing grade and why, like many problem students, we’re still brimming with potential >

Departments

Juniors: Is this the end of shale oil?

Shale might be the reason for of the current price in crude. But don’t write it off just yet – we still might need it >

What to do about climate change?

Dale Eisler says the recent agreement between China and the U.S. on GHG emissions is an encouraging step against climate change >

With friends like these, who needs enemies?

A look inside the energy sector’s fraught relationship with its most vocal supporters >

The National Survey on Energy Literacy

#AOenergyliteracy

If there’s one thing that’s been made clear over the last few years of anti-pipeline protests and petitions, it’s that there’s a disconnect between how passionate the average person is about energy issues and how much they actually know >

Alberta Oil's Energy Literacy Questionnaire

How much do you know about the energy industry? >

How social media is changing the debate on energy infrastructure projects

The air war is over. Now, the ground campaign begins – and why you’re about to be conscripted on its behalf  >

Listen: The University of Calgary's Michal Moore

The U of C professor talks about the findings in Alberta Oil's National Survey on Energy Literacy and what he's found in the course of his own research on the subject >

National Survey on Energy Literacy: Public Trust & Confidence

Energy Literacy Section 1: Who do we believe when we talk about energy? It’s not who you might think – or hope >

National Survey on Energy Literacy: The Issues

Energy Literacy Section 3: Not just for West Coast hippies anymore: In Canada, opposition to energy projects is cropping up in some pretty surprising places >

The battle for young hearts and minds: Should energy literacy be taught in schools?

Improving energy literacy among Canadian students is a big test for the industry. It’s also one it can’t afford to fail >

The National Survey on Energy Literacy

Energy Literacy Section 2: Canada’s failing grade and why, like many problem students, we’re still brimming with potential >

Report on LNG

Are environmental advocates letting Canadian LNG exporters off easy?

The often-touted environmental benefits of natural gas over oil have long kept LNG developers out of the crosshairs of activists. But how long can it last? >

Infographic: A comparison of LNG costs in Canada to foreign jurisdictions

From shipping to construction costs, the who's who of rising LNG exporters  >

The not-so-amazing race: Canadian LNG exporters face a rapidly closing window

The industry is dangerously lagging in an already-crowded market. When will it re-open – and who will be ready when it does?  >

To link to oil or not to link? For LNG buyers, that is the question

Why the tumble in oil prices is having an effect on how LNG is priced >