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. In northeast Alberta, these are more than blemishes on… Read more
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
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.
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
Spill-response co-op pulls out all the stops when tackling an oil release
If you’ve ever driven past a car dealership, you might recognize this distinct silhouette: an air-filled tube with tentacle hair and run-amok limbs, dancing by the side of the road while air courses… Read more
The Alberta Energy Regulator throws back to the earliest days of field inspection
From the moment of the ERCB’s launch in 1938, inspectors checked well metres and gauges to make sure industry production complied with the ERCB’s rules against wasteful practices. In no time at all,… Read more
AGS monitors mountain 116 years after deadly rockslide
The Tortoise and the Hare, a fable of slow and steady work, is something the Alberta Geological Survey (AGS) can relate to when it comes to Turtle Mountain—a mountain in Alberta's Crowsnest Pass that… Read more