A new AER video explains the link between hydraulic fracturing and ear…
If an earthquake happens, but no one can feel it, did it really happen?
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.
Spill-response co-op pulls out all the stops when tackling an oil rele…
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 t… Read more
AER report includes data that shows less water being used in energy de…
It’s the middle of winter, and the world around us is frozen—tree branches droop with snow and lakes have transformed from glacier-blue basins to nature’s crystal-clear ice rinks. But the water from A… Read more
Not so scary: bacteria can be a natural solution for cleaning oil spil…
Bacteria can seem like scary stuff. Most people associate it with something that makes you sick, but there are many types of good bacteria out there, such as probiotics that can improve gut health.
CanmetENERGY lab studies bitumen’s effects in marine environments
When it comes to energy development, it’s no secret that pipelines—and the products they transport—are a hot topic. Of particular interest are the effects of diluted bitumen in water, and how quickly… Read more
Landowner, company, and AER find solution to rejuvenate much-loved spr…
When you visit Marlene Peacock’s home—a rural retreat hidden away from civilization near Rimbey, Alberta—you never want to leave. The property, which was purchased by Peacock’s father in 1982, is home… 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 prov