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Into the Heat: Geothermal Resource Development

How geothermal resources are developed, used, and regulated and the ro…

Outside, air temperatures are cooling down, but beneath the surface, temperatures are hot – perfect for harnessing geothermal energy.

A Council of Creativity and Collaboration

How Alberta’s youth are influencing the future of energy development.

High school – People often associate those formative (and oh so awkward) years with questionable haircuts, celebrity obsessions, and a craving for freedom.

Report shows Alberta pipelines continue to improve…

AER shares results from 2020 pipeline performance

Did you know that if you stretched out Alberta's pipeline network it would span beyond the distance to the moon by about 49,000 km?

In case of emergency

The AER’s Field Incident Response Support Team is always ready to supp…

Emergencies seem to happen at the most inconvenient times – late Friday afternoon, long weekends, during vacation or holidays in December, or in the middle of a global

Escalating enforcement

Education and prevention lay foundation to ensure companies follow the…

The first step in following the rules is understanding what they mean and how you need to act.

Judge and Jury

How the AER upholds the law of energy development

Ever wondered what happens in a hearing held by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)?

Pent-Up Energy

Low oil prices have companies seeking safe storage solutions.

This year has made us all think differently about the future; from spending more time at home to navigating a world of sanitizers and face masks, we’re all finding ways to endure. Alberta’s oil and… Read more

Keeping it in the Pipe

The AER’s pipeline performance report is out and it shows incidents ar…

It goes without saying that we all want oil and gas to stay in the pipe once it's extracted.

Soggy Sites in Northeast Alberta

June was a wet month for many Albertans. Oil and gas sites in the uppe…

June rainfall across Alberta was heavier than usual, leaving communities soaking wet and, in a few unfortunate cases, flooded in.

The Snow Must Go On

Polar vortex or not, AER field inspectors brave the elements to ensure…

The temperature gauge on the dashboard reads 34 degrees below zero as our truck winds through quiet Gratton Coulee near Wainwright, Alberta. There isn’t much that can lure people outdoors in this… Read more

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