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Wanted: A global energy sector leader

Wanted: A global energy sector leader

Assume that Canada was sent a job posting by a headhunter. It sought applicants for the world’s top oil and gas jurisdiction (FREE)

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

Most politicians came to office well-intentioned but ill-equipped to deal with the complexities of energy matters

Time to turn the tide against anti-petroleum politicians

Time to turn the tide against anti-petroleum politicians

Ordinary Canadians need to protect their investment in the resource sector – and the quality of life we enjoy because of it – from the duplicity of politicians (FREE!)

Bhag(ing) economic/environmental consensus a big hairy deal

Nothing concrete is happening that is remotely likely to produce a solution Canadians could get behind

Energy debate stuck in a rut – and what we can do about it

It’s increasingly clear we need to step outside the echo chambers that shape Canada’s polarizing energy narratives

Energy’s uphill battle even tougher in era of willful ignorance

(Troy Media) Being energy-ignorant is almost fashionable in certain circles

That sound you hear is the Canadian economy imploding

(Troy Media) Canada has a growing global reputation as a place where nothing happens unless it suits a small and clamorous minority

Driving the next wave of clean resource innovation

BUSINESS/ENVIRONMENT (Troy Media) If Ottawa is serious about clean energy, the bureaucrats and politicians pulling the levers would do well to learn about CRIN and its potential

How the energy industry can reimagine itself

BUSINESS (Troy Media) Blockchain could influence the way the energy sector does things, from extraction and production processes to financing and transactions

Mourning an Alberta publishing icon

BUSINESS (Troy Media) Ruth Kelly understood she had a unique responsibility: to cheerlead and promote but also to criticize constructively and objectively

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