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One country even changed its time zone to save energy.
Amid oil price crunch, Saudi minister preaches survival of the fittest.
OPEC took a swing at U.S. shale and knocked down Canada. Threatened by surging production from North America, the Organization
Just about every aspect of our lives involves a certain amount of risk, of course. It's all about risk management. And indeed, despite the occasional high-profile accident like last week's spill in California, pipelines in general remain very safe. One realistic alternative to transporting Canadian oil by pipeline is transporting that same oil by train or by truck. Yet both of these methods of transport are less safe than pipelines. Logically, then, we should transport as much oil as we can by pipe, and as little as possible by rail or road.
Periods of instability that punctuate oil price history, highlight the importance of energy sector reform, which can be made all the more effective if paired with climate change considerations. To avoid climate change pitfalls created by falling oil prices it is necessary to approach environmental reform in new and innovative ways.
Announced layoffs in the U.S. energy industry have hit a record high of more than 20,000, according to a new analysis from
With oil prices down 60 per cent since last summer, some industry insiders are trying to talk up the market by predicting
OPEC's decision to maintain production gives Mr. Prentice an opportunity to remake government. Instead of protecting Big Oil from OPEC, Mr. Prentice should protect Albertans from Big Oil by revamping Alberta's revenue structure and diversifying our economy so that Albertans will never experience another crash like the crash of 2015.
Gas prices in Canada are already at multi-year lows, but they're not done falling. Pump prices are “set to nosedive” in the
Over the next 26 years, what Time magazine called "the annual exercise in futility that is the U.N. climate summit" has been staged around the world and has consistently produced daily dramatic walkouts, finger-pointing, stall tactics and peacock-like posturing.