Expanding drone technology took flight at the Western Regulators Forum.
Look up. Look way up. That gently buzzing bird you see near regulated oil and gas sites is actually the AER making better use of technology.
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
The AER helps industry introduce bright ideas while ensuring that they’re safe
When a company has a lightbulb moment, the last thing you want is someone to hit the off switch. Innovation within the energy industry is constant, and the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) understands… Read more
A tour through the oil sands reveals that Alberta’s black core is mining gold
While energy extraction occurs all over Alberta, our oil and gas industry’s heartland is within our province’s thick, boreal forests.
Dr. Karl Clark’s patent proved vital to Alberta’s energy future
The year was 1929, and as the world entered the Great Depression, a chemist from Ontario was busy pursuing a patent for a game-changing oil sands technology. Although Dr. Karl Clark merely suspected… Read more
Companies have several options to detect and respond to a pipeline release
Most pipeline leaks that occur in Alberta are small.
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