Medicine Hat to be home to new Aurora cannabis operation
MOU with the city includes a prospective 10-year, 42 megawatt energy supply agreement.
BC rejects Trudeau’s claim it has been silent on Trans Mountain demands
List of items was provided to the federal Liberals right after BC warned it was considering restricting the flow of diluted bitumen.
Energy shippers nervous about Alberta plan to control oil, gas exports
Would have the power to direct truckers, pipeline companies and rail operators on how much product can be shipped and when.
Political solution needed for Trans Mountain project: Kinder Morgan CEO
Alberta premier Rachel Notley is looking at investing in the project to ensure it’s completed.
Burnaby appeal to Supreme Court over Trans Mountain ‘showboating:’ Notley
She said the city doesn’t have any hope of stopping the pipeline expansion in the courts.
Half Alberta’s boreal forest could disappear due to fires and climate change
Research gives a glimpse at how vegetation could change based on the current rate of carbon emissions.
Alberta suspends caribou protection plan, asks for assistance from Ottawa
Wants to collaborate with the feds rather than have an environmental protection order imposed.
Shock and oil: Alberta premier threatens to turn off taps in BC dispute
Notley said the government will not stand for further delays and harassment.
Kenney threatens to limit flow of oil to BC, and put toll on natural gas
Alberta opposition leader warns of serious consequences for BC if it blocks the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Ottawa partners with SAIT and industry on energy efficiency
Micro-CHP project will help capture wasted heat for use in other applications.
Alberta’s debt danger: escalating deficits and a race to the bottom
The gap is narrowing as net per-person debt converges with Ontario’s.
Aurora Sky rolls a big one
A new 800,000 square-foot greenhouse facility will have an annual capacity equivalent to almost 313 million joints.
Why the Alberta Advantage was flawed from the beginning
Economic strategy needs to focus on helping all Albertans over the long term.
The 2016 deal flow study shows the market and revenues are expanding.
Drugs and alcohol: Alberta court opens the door to random testing
Pending a Unifor appeal, it may become easier for an employer to introduce a valid testing policy.
Quest for a million: Shell’s CCS reaches a milestone
The $1.35 billion CO2 capture and storage project transforms carbon emissions into near-liquid that’s pumped into porous rock formations.
Trimming the training budget?
Training is seen as low hanging fruit ripe for cutting, but doing so will have longer term consequences.
Mapping wasted energy
Edmonton-area industrial sites could power 5,100 homes.
More than energy
Manufacturing needs to kick into a higher gear to lessen the impact of energy’s ups and downs.
Calling all collaborators
Canadian Energy Supply Chain Forum highlights technology development to close productivity gaps and keep costs in check.