A pump jack has been painted pink for breast cancer awareness
Fall colours are celebrated all over Alberta—the oranges, yellows, and pinks. Yes, pink.
The AER’s first ever “hackathon” shows how collaboration can lead to innovation
If two heads are better than one, what happens when a few dozen noggins bang together to resolve challenges? As the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) discovered recently, the answer is possible… Read more
Five things to know about this year’s flaring and venting report
Every year, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) publishes facts and figures about who is flaring and venting gas in the province.
When it comes to imported waste, one company’s trash is another company’s treasure
Imagine this: you’re walking down the street, tearing open your favourite candy bar. You eat the candy bar. What happens next?
The AER’s mandate can be understood through written word and through the lens of a traditional indigenous oral system.
We tend to think of a mandate as a string of words—a linear idea, maybe one that’s a little vowel-heavy. The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) has something like that: our mandate is to ensure the… Read more
Work is being done to reduce methane emissions produced by the oil and gas industry, but first we need to know how much is emitted.
Governments and companies around the world are pledging to reduce methane emissions, especially greenhouse-gas emissions emitted by the upstream petroleum industry.
Alberta is building a domestic market for its natural gas
Buying local is never a bad idea, and one that Alberta natural-gas end users are taking to heart.