Policy

How The Industry Can Find $30 Billion In Savings Over The Next Five Years

With the blunt reality of low oil prices, an intentional operational excellence program should certainly be on every company's agenda

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Former Premier Alison Redford Returns To Public Life And To The Energy Debate

Following her public ousting two years ago, Alison Redford returns to talk pipelines, the Alberta NDP government and her new role with the Conference Board of Canada's energy transition panel

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When it Comes to Methane Emissions, the Oil and Gas Industry Isn’t the Worst Offender

This other natural source accounts for 29 per cent of all emissions

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Canada Could Soon Get Clarity on Who is Responsible for Leaks on Cross-Border Pipelines

Canada’s new Pipeline Safety Act is set to become law in late June, enforcing a “polluter pays” principle on costs resulting from spills or leaks from federally regulated oil and gas pipelines

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Why Provincial Regulations, Coupled with Low Oil Prices, Are Strong-Arming Some Juniors Out of Business

Some 230 juniors in Alberta are currently teetering on the edge of brankruptcy

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Why Canada’s Defense Contractors Are Courting Energy Firms

Partnerships between energy firms and defense contractors are nothing new in many parts of the world. In Canada, however, the two industries just found each other

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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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