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California is a better market for Trans Mountain-transported crude than Asia

  • TMX’s terminal port cannot receive super tankers, reducing competitiveness in Asia
  • California’s heavy crude output is declining
  • Albertan crudes will become increasingly competitive against Mexico’s Maya in PADD 5
  • Blending with Bakken crudes would let Albertan crudes replace declining Alaskan output
  • Californian fuel standards give oil sands operators that are lowering carbon intensity an edge
  • WCS in pole position to become new heavy sour benchmark in the U.S.

Refineries? Where’s The Value In That?

Bitumen upgrading in Alberta sounds like a good investment for the province. But an economic question mark hangs over the whole theory of “value added”

Uncle Sam: Friend or Foe?

Bruce Peachey, instructor of petroleum engineering at the University of Alberta, on the Keystone pipeline and refining in Alberta

Who Wants Alberta’s Crude Oil, Anyway?

There are some good reasons why Eastern Canadian refineries are hesitant to upgrade their facilities to handle Alberta’s oil

An indigenous perspective on the history of indigenous-Canadian relations

“Much was done in our history to assimilate the Indigenous people and eradicate our cultures and identities”

Where Does Your Carbon Tax Dollar Go, Anyway?

Here’s the Alberta carbon tax breakdown

An Indigenous Perspective on Resource Development

Cheryl Cardinal gives in-depth insight into how energy firms can build win-win partnerships by understanding the communities they need to work with

How Rachel Notley is Shaking Up Alberta’s Energy Sector

The Alberta government’s ambitious energy strategy is having a continental impact

When It Comes to Diversity, You Can’t Beat Canadian Electricity

Where do the provinces get their power and where does it go? You might be surprised

Keystone XL-erated: The Most Hated Pipeline in North America is Back

Before the Dakota Access pipeline protests, there was Keystone XL. Now it’s back, and suddenly it’s finding favor with decision makers everywhere

No Pipelines, No Peace

Anti-oil activism is growing in North America. Where will that leave Canada’s pipeline plans?

The $160-Billion Bet on Petrochemicals

Shale NGLs are providing low-cost feedstock for booming ethane and propane industries

The Red Chamber Reaches Out on Canada’s Energy Future

Our interview with Richard Neufeld, Chair of the Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources

Will Canada Quit Its Low-Carbon Diet?

The Donald Trump administration threatens to leave progressive energy economies, like Canada’s, out in the cold. But how serious is the threat, really?

Nova Scotia Harnesses the Power of the Sea

The maritime province has fired up a two-megawatt tidal power turbine in the Bay of Fundy

Who Will Feed the Chinese Dragon?

Will China walk away from Canadian energy or double down on its $50 billion investment?

CIO of the Year: Michael Han

COO of the Year: Myles Bosman

Chief Legal Officer of the Year: Cameron Proctor

The 2017 C-Suite Energy Executive Awards

Introducing the class of 2017…

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