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How to make Canadian oil competitive againJune 16, 2022Alberta claims victory, for now, with court victory over Bill C-69May 19, 2022U.S. Senator Manchin backs putting Alberta oil firstApril 14, 2022Canadian crude reawakens for investors as war rages in UkraineMarch 17, 2022Canada has options if Line 5 is shut down: environmental groupFebruary 17, 2022Investment expectations arc upwards for oil and gas sectorJanuary 24, 2022Profitable oil sands companies receiving subsidies draws fireDecember 10, 2021Premier Kenney threatened with lawsuit by environmental groupsNovember 26, 2021Report shows how oil and gas sector benefits Indigenous peoplesNovember 12, 2021Canadian Press article misrepresented IEA’s findings on Canadian oil: CECOctober 22, 2021COVID slams the door on Global Energy Show… againSeptember 24, 2021Federal Liberals pledge $2 billion to transition oil patch workersSeptember 10, 2021Solar to power oil sands operations for First NationsAugust 20, 2021Ottawa commits $20 million for Alberta businessAugust 6, 2021Oil and gas sector aims higher to lower emissionsJuly 23, 2021Canada in a great position to supply “friendly oil” to the worldJuly 9, 2021Three things that need to happen for the oil sands to surviveJune 25, 2021Keystone XL pipeline officially deadJune 11, 2021“Turn-off-the-taps” legislation back on the tableMay 28, 2021Canada could learn from U.S. pipeline cyber attackMay 14, 2021COVID throwing a wrench into oil field maintenance effortsApril 30, 2021Alberta oil company faces legal battle with Quebec legal teamApril 16, 2021Bigfoot movie director thanks Alberta for “free advertising”April 1, 2021Fines, imprisonment for protesters?March 19, 2021Value of existing pipelines grows for investorsMarch 5, 2021Anti-oil investigation continues as court clears bias allegationsFebruary 19, 2021“Fire yourself,” UCP co-founder tells Premier KenneyFebruary 5, 2021Keystone XL meets a Biden buzzsawJanuary 22, 2021Almost one in three oil sector workers see pay cut in 2020January 15, 2021Global Energy Show moved again to SeptemberDecember 11, 2020Fossil fuels will play important role in decades to come: CERNovember 27, 2020Class action lawsuit launched on unpaid oil leasesNovember 13, 2020Pandemic + Biden election victory may kill KeystoneOctober 30, 2020Job cuts coming from Exxon MobilOctober 23, 2020Banks, investors turning their backs on oil sandsOctober 16, 2020Alberta to become major hydrogen exporter by 2040October 9, 2020Will a Trump train to Alaska become reality for Alberta crude?October 2, 2020Canadians want energy sector to drive recoverySeptember 25, 2020“Signs of hope” for Alberta’s oil patchSeptember 18, 2020Ottawa looking at even tougher emission regulationsSeptember 11, 2020Dire investment numbers for energy sectorSeptember 4, 2020It is 2020 + 24 billion for AlbertansAugust 28, 2020“Pipe Nation” TV series looks at struggles of oil sands workersAugust 21, 2020Death at B.C. mine during routine maintenanceAugust 14, 2020First Indigenous CEO appointed to AIOCAugust 6, 2020Alberta looks to NHL to help revive economyJuly 24, 2020September Oil Sands Show moved to next yearJuly 14, 2020800 Enbridge employees take buyouts to avoid layoffsJune 19, 2020Why was documentary critical of green energy taken off YouTube?June 9, 2020Albertans leery of COVID tracing appMay 22, 2020App will trace COVID-19 infections to help restart fragile economyMay 12, 2020Will Ottawa use COVID-19 to end Canada’s oil industry?April 24, 2020Associations give from heart, donating to food banksApril 14, 2020All systems still “go” for Global Energy ShowMarch 20, 2020Automation Expo breakfast promises to be “geek-speak” freeMarch 10, 2020How one oil company is tackling GHG managementFebruary 21, 2020Alberta’s popular petroleum show just had a makeoverFebruary 11, 2020Is B.C.’s forestry sector on the brink of collapse?January 24, 2020Energy Minister savages UN racism committee for hypocrisyJanuary 14, 2020Oil sector looks for solutions as struggles continueDecember 10, 2019Competitive chasm exists between Texas and AlbertaNovember 19, 2019How we can fix our broken oil and gas sectorOctober 22, 2019Landmark project announcedSeptember 17, 2019Is the RCMP intentionally delaying protester spy report?August 20, 2019Video a battle cry for beleaguered oil industryJuly 16, 2019Despite fears, Canadian investor buys stake in MEGJune 18, 2019Kenney set to kill carbon taxMay 21, 2019Alberta votes:  Can Kenney close the deal today?April 16, 2019Are we sacrificing our old growth boreal forests for plush toilet paper demand?March 19, 2019The inside story on why Husky’s takeover bid of MEG fizzled outFebruary 19, 2019U.S. company seeks Canadian expertise for wastewater treatmentJanuary 15, 2019Breathing new life into Energy EastDecember 11, 2018More pipelines not the solution, but no alternatives offeredNovember 20, 2018Carbon taxes costing $100,000 per well headOctober 23, 2018Jobs disappear as court stops pipeline and companies struggleSeptember 18, 2018Heavy crude producers face drop in demand as new shipping rules approachAugust 21, 2018Canadian supercalendered paper producers claim victoryJuly 17, 2018Oil Sands brace for tougher marine fuel standardsJune 19, 2018$85 a barrel of oil may be here by JulyMay 22, 2018Optimism, frustration and pipeline picklesApril 17, 2018