Energy Ink

Editor’s Log: The Year of the Carbon Tax

Canada already has one of the world’s cleanest power industries, and by 2030, when the last carbon-spewing coal-fired power plant closes, it will be even cleaner More →

OPINION: The Shifting Sands of Energy Call for Some Creative Footwork

Alberta Oil editor Nick Wilson on our changing energy politics and economics More →

Pipeline Selfie Please, Justin

It's time to get a Canadian oil sands pipeline built to tidewater More →

Energy Consensus Closer Than We Think

Jim Prentice personified energy-environment bridge building. More →

Alberta Government Eyes Geothermal Fix to Abandoned Well Crisis

AB considers converting disused wells to geothermal energy systems. Oil firm to coproduce oil and geothermal heat in Saskatchewan - two firsts for Canada. More →

Juniors, the Unsung Heroes

Why it's hard to contemplate a world without junior oil companies More →

Feds Approve Pacific NorthWest LNG Project for B.C.’s North Coast

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley “encouraged” by the federal government’s approval, but remains focused on getting an oil export pipeline built More →