War room will keep second logo, push on with research and response work, says CEO

The chief commander of Alberta’s oil and gas war room says its second logo is here to stay, despite similarities with the emblem of a California software company. Canadian Energy Centre CEO and managing director Tom Olsen speaks at the…

Alberta energy minister fires back at ‘unelected, unaccountable’ UN for criticism of energy projects

Alberta’s energy minister says the United Nations is an unelected, unaccountable body that has no business criticizing Canada’s energy megaprojects. Sonya Savage, in a statement, says that it’s the job of elected leaders, not the UN, to make decisions on…

No methane equivalency agreement for Alberta as new regulations take effect

As two sets of methane emissions standards take effect in Alberta on New Year’s Day, the provincial and federal governments have yet to reach an agreement that would give the oil and gas industry one set of rules to follow.…

Conservative shadow minister for natural resources weighs in on energy industry

The re-elected Trudeau Liberals say they will get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion running and that they’re taking the concerns of western Canadians seriously. Shannon Stubbs is the MP for Lakeland and the Official Opposition shadow minister for natural resources.…

U.S. software giant checking on logo used by Alberta’s energy war room

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 19, 2019 2:31 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ A U.S.-based software giant says it is looking into whether Alberta’s new energy war room…

An inside look at Alberta’s ‘war room’

The Canadian Energy Centre is an office like so many others in downtown Calgary. It’s a modest 1,500 square feet. When you walk in through the double doors, you see two large desks on your left. To the right of…

Grizzly oilsands project approved, now awaiting pipeline capacity increases: developer

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 5, 2019 3:05 pm Updated December 5, 2019 3:06 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The developer of a 12,000-barrel-per-day thermal oilsands project approved…

Trans Mountain CEO outlines estimated timeline of pipeline expansion

December 3 2019 5:30pm Ian Anderson, president and CEO of Trans Mountain says pipe for the expansion project will be in the ground before Christmas. Anderson said they hope to be working in B.C. by next spring. ‘ }); }…