What transpires Tuesday in Victoria will confirm the principle that government policy exerts a big influence in society’s love-hate relationship with energy
May 14, 2013
The rapid uptake of rail in transporting oil, the growth in operational scale, and the determination of companies rushing to hitch up iron horses to their tanker cars is a testament to the power of the free market
May 07, 2013
American markets to the south are drowning in natural gas, so Canada has to move its pipes toward the energy-thirsty consumers in Asia
Apr 30, 2013
The most spectacularly nascent trend is the potential recovery of vast quantities of oil from shale and tight rocks using ever-improving drilling and completion techniques
Apr 16, 2013
Although the conditions may not seem aligned in other countries that have shale gas and tight oil potential, it’s only a matter of time before large producers wake up
Apr 09, 2013
South Sudan deal with Khartoum, and potentially imminent restarts in China, Brazil means rising oil prices are increasingly less likely
Mar 26, 2013
Buying patterns in the U.S. are changing and Canada needs to get to know its biggest customer
Jan 14, 2013
New takeover rules test the notion that Canada is vital to China’s long-term oil supply plan
Dec 10, 2012
The new-age supply system operate on a different set of fundamentals
Nov 13, 2012
Changing dynamics are challenging the industry’s status quo with a vigour not seen since the 1970s.
Oct 10, 2012
Peter Tertzakian is chief energy economist and managing director with Arc Financial Corp.
Peter Tertzakian is chief energy economist and managing director with Arc Financial Corp. in Calgary and provides analysis on technology and energy-related businesses to fund managers and portfolio companies. With more than 20 years experience, he has also worked at a senior oil and gas company and a financial advisory firm and is the best-selling author of A Thousand Barrels A Second and The End of Energy Obesity. He holds a M.Sc. from the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.Sc. in Geophysics from the University of Alberta.