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Big year

Read more...Encana pulls off its shift to liquids, spreads its wings, and prepares to live in an oilier world

Since the struggling gas producer announced its strategy to bump up liquids production, Encana Corporation has shot out of the blocks like Usain Bolt on steroids. Over the course of the year, it sold off a bunch of natural gas assets, bought into two of the hottest liquids plays in North America, achieved commercial production from the Duvernay, focused its capital spending on just seven key liquids-rich plays (down from 28 capitalized plays) and emerged with a strong balance sheet and ahead of schedule to its target of generating three-quarters of its cash flow from oil and natural gas liquids by 2017.

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Service and supply sector urged to embrace Aboriginal partnerships

Read more...Joint ventures with First Nations are becoming increasingly important for service and supply companies looking to attract the attention of project owners, according to an Aboriginal affairs expert working at an Edmonton-based crane and heavy haul company.


Canada excels at public-private collaboration, but regulatory system still lags internationally

Read more...Canada's energy industry needs more than technological innovation if it wants to stay competitive globally—it needs regulatory innovation as well.


Small band, big ambitions

Read more...A conversation with West Moberly First Nations

Industry would be wise to get its social licence from First Nations long before spending money on permits, it should develop long-term relationships with bands that show respect for them as people rather than as a regulatory requirement, and it needs to be willing to listen, collaborate, and accommodate to avoid conflict.

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Rest in Peace

Read more...By banning high-volume fracking, Nova Scotia has bowed to ENGO pressure and hobbled the province's economic future

Nova Scotia's Liberal government allowed "well-funded anti–fossil fuel groups" to dominate its decision making in choosing to ban high-volume fracking, says the head of an organization that represents conventional and renewable energy producers in the province.

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Built Strong

Read more...Western Energy Services grows by winning the cost-benefit value proposition

With each new generation, the oil and gas industry reinvents itself and moves up the resource tree to capture the next low-hanging fruit. Within this movement, new companies are born, others fall off and new leaders emerge.

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YWE to recognize young women energy leaders

Young Women in Energy launches inaugural awards program to recognize young female energy leaders

Young Women in Energy (YWE) is pleased to announce the launch of its inaugural Young Women in Energy Awards Program. The first of its kind in North America, this awards program will recognize and reward five to ten young women who are going above and beyond to change the face of energy. Supported by a selection committee that includes: Belinda de Wolde, Communications, Media and Brand Manager at Imperial Oil; Karen Radford, Vice President, People and Partners at Enbridge Inc.; Arlene Strom, Vice President, Sustainability and Communications at Suncor Energy Inc., John Koch, Chief Operating Officer at Alvopetro,; Andrea Jalbert, Vice President, Community and Sustainability at TransCanada; and Peter Keohane, Partner at Blakes LLP.


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