The AER’s Alberta Geological Survey speaks for the stones
If the rocks could talk, what would they say?
Remembering the rough-and-ready, no-frills inspectors of the explorer era
Companies have several options to detect and respond to a pipeline release
Most pipeline leaks that occur in Alberta are small.
Industry-led program aims to help woodland caribou populations recover
You might've seen them while out on a hike or when flying over heavily wooded areas: long seismic lines or old access roads cut into the forest.
A court date is set for two pipeline spills
Journey Energy Inc. will be going to court on August 19 for two pipeline spills that entered a waterbody and killed several animals.
A message from Doreen Healy, the AER’s resident elder, about National Indigenous Peoples Day
Our home through the lenses of some talented AER employees
Alberta is as diverse as it is lovely.
The AER releases its annual supply/demand report
Alberta’s energy reserves are among the world’s largest and include bitumen, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, and coal.
Syncrude, regulators test ability to respond to an emergency
As in any other day, technicians working in the control room at Syncrude's Mildred Lake oil sands mine check to see that everything is operating the way that it should
AER video series explores how aging infrastructure is managed in Alberta
When we speak with Albertans, one of the top concerns raised about energy development is aging infrastructure and ensuring that land is returned to its original state o