The AER launches a report that gets to the heart of Alberta’s geological plays
When it comes to data, our reserves are deep—but the earth’s oil and gas reserves are even deeper.
Like dipping sauce, natural gas can be sweet or sour—but the latter can be tough to swallow (and smell)
I have sweet friends, but I’m nothing like them. I stink, but you can’t always smell me. I can be used in life-giving fertilizers, but I’m a killer. What am I?
AER staff team up with indigenous communities to conduct inspections
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Polar vortex or not, AER field inspectors brave the elements to ensure things are running as they should
The temperature gauge on the dashboard reads 34 degrees below zero as our truck winds through quiet Gratton Coulee near Wainwright, Alberta.
New technology could save Alberta’s oil sands industry both money and time
Energy companies in Alberta face no shortage of challenges when it comes to moving oil and gas.
In the aftermath of the Redwater appeal, the AER recalls a time before the courts heard appeals of any sort
University-developed “super sponge” can sop up spilled oil for reuse later
Be it a pipeline, railcar, or tanker, the means of moving oil to market come with risks that a spill could happen.
AER report includes data that shows less water being used in energy development
Supreme Court rules on AER and OWA appeal of Redwater decision
A long awaited decision has been made, and it is being met with praise from the province’s energy regulator.
A new seismic monitoring station in Fox Creek helps experts monitor earthquakes more closely.
Just the thought of an earthquake leaves many Albertans quivering in their boots.