Why oil sands protesters and companies both get it wrong

With his book The Patch, environmental writer Chris Turner makes a plea for realism in the noisy, misguided proxy war over pipelines

Does spilled pipeline bitumen sink or float?

A scientist seeks to answer this pressing environmental question amid a national pipeline debate
World’s largest tar sands deposits spark environmental crisis

Refine it where you mine it? The value-adders are back.

We should be finding the most lucrative markets for our bitumen and charging an appropriate rate to extractors, writes Andrew Leach
Andrew Leach

’How large will the oil sands sector grow?’

Andrew Leach prepares to stand before the Natural Resources Committee
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Booms, busts, and mantra about bitumen

Andrew Leach on a new report from the Pembina Institute and Equiterre

What Alberta’s Energy East agreement really means

What happens to the oil once it gets east?
after the oil boom

After the oil boom

Canada can no longer count on oil to produce jobs