Oil Sands

The New Alberta Advantage? Technology, Policy, and the Future of the Oil Sands

The global energy system is being transformed by new technologies that will revolutionize oil and gas markets — whether Alberta is ready for it or not.

Doing Business with China….

China’s economy will soon become the largest in the world. According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), China’s economy will be larger than the combined economies of the Eurozone countries by the end of this year, and will overtake the United States by the end of 2016.

Oil Sands and Environmental Management

Our newspapers are full of stories that the development of the oil sands is forging ahead without regard to the environmental impact on the immediate area or the consequences to the world as a whole.

Key Issues Facing Alberta

Largely because of increasing global oil shortages, Alberta’s economy continues to boom. But what is happening to our quality of life?

Is Nuclear Energy Right for Alberta... or Not?

Over the past year we have heard much of the possibility of nuclear energy in the small town farming country of northern Alberta.

Is Nuclear Energy Right for Alberta... or Not?

Over the past year we have heard much of the possibility of nuclear energy in the small town farming country of northern Alberta.

Critical Alberta Issues in the Post-Klein Era

With an overheated booming provincial economy, key challenges face the new Conservative Stelmach Team, including: The need for alternative energy programs,

Critical Alberta Issues in the Post-Klein Era

With an overheated booming provincial economy, key challenges face the new Conservative Stelmach Team, including: The need for alternative energy programs,

Oil Sands Fever: The Environmental Implications of Alberta's Oil Sands Rush

SACPA, in partnership with The University of Lethbridge Public Interest Research Group and Student Union is pleased to announce a special SACPA- on-Campus session on this very important issue.

Oil Sands Fever: The Environmental Implications of Alberta's Oil Sands Rush

SACPA, in partnership with The University of Lethbridge Public Interest Research Group and Student Union is pleased to announce a special SACPA- on-Campus session on this very important issue.