The AER helps industry introduce bright ideas while ensuring that they’re safe
When a company has a lightbulb moment, the last thing you want is someone to hit the off switch.
Orphaned, abandoned, reclaimed: understanding how wells are classed
Wells have been on the tip of many Albertans’ tongues as of late.
Petrologists peer into slivers of rock seeking good fortune
Some people read gemstones in pursuit of personal clarity: emeralds, for example, are said to help foretell the future.
Colourful adventurer was among the first to report oil in Alberta
An at risk species is growing in numbers on old oilsands land
Three companies headed to court in February
A trio of companies will appear in a Grande Prairie courtroom on February 19 for a hydrogen sulphide (H2S) release that impacted human health.
New requirements for Alberta’s oil and gas industry will reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Imagine you're in a game of Jeopardy! and you've selected "Climate Change for $500, Alex."
The AER makes sure that coal mining happens safely in Alberta
Coal and Christmas have a history: Frosty’s eyes are fashioned from it, Scrooge is stingy about burning it in the office, and don’t get us started on the lump that Sant
Graphic explains how water is used and conserved in oil and gas development
Like canola fields, cattle, and even our bodies, Alberta’s oil and gas sector needs water to survive.
Julie St. Louis says AER’s emergency response team is prepared for any incident, anytime, anywhere
Not all emergency responders arrive with the blare of sirens and tricoloured lights.