Alberta Energy Regulator names senior Saskatchewan government official as CEO

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Husky Energy is cutting spending by $1 billion this year

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Chris Hall: Can net-zero and the energy sector co-exist?

Chrystia Freeland says there’s nothing inconsistent about the federal government’s commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions while promoting a thriving oil and gas sector on

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COMMENTARY: UN criticism of Canada misses a big part of the energy development story – National

It might not bode well for Canada’s chances at winning a United Nations Security Council seat if the UN itself believes Canada is guilty

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Solar, ‘peak shaving’ best alternative energy options for Penticton: consultant – Okanagan

If the City of Penticton wants to stop relying so heavily on FortisBC for power, a new consultant’s report says installing solar panels or

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DIY The Cheapest Solar Panel System EVER Cheap Solar Power

see more at: http://produceyourgreenpower.com/ See this solar panel system with lights. Inexpensive, easy to install, reduce your power bill. Cheap Solar Power. Cheap Home

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C2G Lightning Bolts Striking Longs Peak Foothills 6

www.jamesinsogna.com/Weather/Lightning-Thunderstorm-Weath… James Bo Insogna (C) 2012 – Posted by Striking Photography by Bo Insogna on 2012-05-24 18:51:21 Tagged: , lightning , lightening , longs

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Perpetual Energy cuts 25% of workforce to deal with lower commodity prices

Calgary-based oil and gas producer Perpetual Energy Inc. says it has cut 25 per cent of its workforce in an effort to rein in

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Lightning Striking Longs Peak Foothills 6C

Lightning bolts, cloud to ground striking the front range foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Boulder County. A view of the Twin Peaks,

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