Longtime Alberta artist Shannon Carla King paints beautiful landscapes with a twist – they are of spaces in the oil sands that have been reclaimed by producing companies or created by operators to protect the environment.
Raylene Whitford’s unorthodox career path took the Métis woman from corporate boardrooms to a frigid winter working as a roughneck in northern Alberta.
Canadian Energy Centre Indigenous Content Producer Gregory John joins the Rundown Tank podcast, hosted by Refinitiv, to discuss how oil and gas development can benefit Canadian First Nations.
One of the largest employers in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario is nearing completion of a major project that will support jobs as the province and country work to recover the economy from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Environmental and social standards on the line as free market pressured to move away from fossil fuels
World oil demand is forecast to rise into the 2040s, but the multi-billion-dollar opportunity to supply production will increasingly be served by OPEC nations and jurisdictions outside of free markets, according to two new major international oil forecasts.
Some of Jordan Jolicoeur’s fondest memories growing up were spent in the family truck, traveling from site to site with his brother and father in the early days of what today is known as Carvel Electric.
The growing global appetite for Canadian heavy oil is on clear display with a new major monthly purchase by Indian oil refiner Reliance Industries.
The desire to create opportunity for Canada’s Indigenous people was imprinted early on Alicia Dubois, whose father took his family from Ontario into the heart of Alberta’s oil sands in search of a better life.
Low-emissions natural gas from Alberta will fuel a new electrical power plant being built in the Chicago region to help manage the intermittency of renewables and meet demand for up to 1.25 million homes and businesses.
Oil and gas pipelines will be at the heart of Canada’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the country’s future, says Chris Bloomer, CEO of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA).