Natalie Brodych is a retired flamenco dancer who likes mountain landscapes, classic literature, and puns. When she’s not writing about neat things at the AER, she can be found helping crude oil refine its manners and its jargon.
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Jason Veness, senior advisor, Indigenous Engagement, has his face painted with red ochre during the ceremony. All of our voices matter. Whether we speak in unison or one at a time, in one …
We know it matters what people think. On a daily basis, Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) staff are in contact with people who call Alberta home: landowners, municipalities, industry, indigenous …
Dr. Reg Crow Shoe and AER’s president and CEO Jim Ellis at a ceremony at AER’s Govier Hall in January 2017. As a country, we’re gaining a greater understanding of the …
Blackfoot elder Dr. Reg Crow Shoe meets with AER staff The summer solstice is the longest day of the year, and for many indigenous people in Canada, it is an important day of cultural …
Dissecting an oil and gas operation is no small undertaking. Wells reach deep into the earth to pull out oil and natural gas. Drilling and servicing operations have many moving parts and unique …