Alberta is high on hydrogen

Alberta is high on hydrogenEpisode 19 in our DECARBONIZATION series is the third of three episodes on the role of hydrogen in addressing Alberta’s commitment to emissions reduction in energy production. Yogi Schulz of Corvelle Consulting, Bill Howell, and Brent Lakeman of Edmonton Global answer questions raised by Alberta Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity Dale Nally's presentation…

Canada’s oil and gas industry is improving environmental performance

Results show continuous improvement on key performance measures

Canada’s oil and gas industry is improving environmental performanceThere is an ongoing false narrative that Canada’s oil and gas industry has a poor track record when it comes to the environment. It’s not true. Canada’s oil and gas producers and suppliers are committed to environmental excellence, and are doing the work to show it. Here are five key points that demonstrate it: Investment…

Albertans’ double burden: inflation plus bracket creep

The government must follow through on its promise to re-index the tax system to inflation

Albertans’ double burden: inflation plus bracket creepIt’s been three years since the Alberta government implemented a “temporary” pause to the indexation of non-refundable income tax credits and tax bracket thresholds – a policy that has resulted in nearly $647 million in additional taxes being paid by Albertans between 2020 and 2022, according to a recent report by the University of Calgary’s…

The role of hydrogen in Alberta

The role of hydrogen in AlbertaEpisode 18 in our DECARBONIZATION series is the second of three episodes on the role of hydrogen in addressing Alberta’s commitment to emissions reduction in energy production. Today’s guest is Dale Nally, Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity in Alberta, and features a Q&A panel comprised of Yogi Schulz of Corvelle Consulting, Bill Howell,…

Alberta is committed to emissions reduction

Alberta is committed to emissions reductionThe 17th episode of the DECARBONIZATION series includes three episodes on the role of hydrogen in addressing Alberta’s commitment to emissions reduction in energy production. Today’s guests are Dale Nally, Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity in Alberta, and Yogi Schulz, founding partner at Corvelle Consulting. The series was produced by KEI Network in…

Why Canada still needs the Trans Mountain expansion

The expansion, now expected in late 2023, will help meet continued world oil use, benefiting Canadians

Why Canada still needs the Trans Mountain expansionThe case for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion remains strong as oil demand is on its way to a new record high, according to industry analysts. Following nearly two years of world consumption exceeding supply, global oil demand is expected to reach a first-ever 101.6 million barrels per day in 2023, according to the International Energy Agency…

$1.25-million project tackles clubroot resistance in canola

Researchers and agriculture company battle the crop-damaging disease and train new scientists

$1.25-million project tackles clubroot resistance in canolaA $1.25-million research project is tackling clubroot resistance in canola to help battle new strains of the crop-damaging pathogen. Funded by agriculture company BASF, University of Alberta plant scientists Stephen Strelkov and Sheau-Fang Hwang will work to identify new sources of pathogen resistance that can be bred into canola seeds. New strains of clubroot, a soil-borne disease that attacks the…

Canadian energy sector has been down, but will never be out

Global Energy Show signals Canada’s oil and gas recovery and strong future

Canadian energy sector has been down, but will never be outA clear signal that Alberta’s oil and gas industry is alive and kicking was Calgary’s Global Energy Show held June 6 to 8. Last held in 2019, this important annual event was one of the many casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Originally called the National Petroleum Show when it was started…

Stabilizing volative Alberta government revenues

And help Albertans cope with the scary roller coaster that is the economy

Stabilizing volative Alberta government revenuesAlbertans received the pleasant news that their deficit-plagued provincial government might bank a surplus for their concluding fiscal year and could very well experience the same this year. The reason for this happy state of financial affairs is the elevated price levels of oil and natural gas – coming just as a resurgence in the…

Canada replaces OPEC as lead oil importer to U.S. Gulf Coast

New pipeline infrastructure helps connect Canada’s oil producers with demand from U.S. refiners

Canada replaces OPEC as lead oil importer to U.S. Gulf CoastThe tables have turned in the largest refining market in the U.S., with oil imports from OPEC countries like Saudi Arabia and Iraq taking a dramatic drop in the last five years. That’s thanks to increased imports from Canada, even without the Keystone XL pipeline that would have provided a direct connection from Alberta to…
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