June was a wet month for many Albertans. Oil and gas sites in the upper-east part of the province were no exception.
June rainfall across Alberta was heavier than usual, leaving communities soaking wet and, in a few unfortunate cases, flooded in.
The AER releases its annual Alberta Energy Outlook report amidst an uncertain backdrop
How can you take aim effectively at a constantly moving target when everything around you is shifting faster than you can say “unprecedented times?”
Honouring National Indigenous Peoples Day and the anniversary of Treaty 8
The Natural Resources Transfer Act of 1930 meant different things to different communities
Imagine yourself in 1905, when the population for all of Alberta was 250 000, before skyscrapers, grain elevators and pumpjacks lined the landscape, and just as the pro
Solar energy companies are moving on to old oil and gas sites to save money and land
Think back to the last time you moved; did you enter your new home to find it spick and span or did the previous residents leave a mess behind?
The Evergreen Centre is Alberta's innovation station for environmentally mindful energy development
Eleven years ago Doug Kulba, while working as a conservation and reclamation inspector with the Government of Alberta, had a thought: what if technology and innovation could be used to shrink the oil… Read more
Step back in time and experience Alberta during its first oil boom at the Turner Valley Gas Plant
Long before Fort McMurray, Turner Valley was the heart of Alberta’s energy development industry. Natural gas was discovered in Turner Valley in 1914, and the Turner Valley Gas Plant was built to… Read more
Taking a look back at Alberta's coal boom in the badlands
During its peak years around 1930 and again later in the mid-1940s, the East Coulee coal mining town near Drumheller in Alberta’s Red Deer River Valley was home to over 3000 residents and dozens of… Read more