It’s often said that behind every great project is a great plan, and that’s never been more true than in Alberta’s oil sands.
Pat Webb admits that he didn't know much about the oil sands before joining Devon Canada for a co-op term in 2008.
Canadians leading a global effort on environmentally competitive oil sands development
Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) has embraced the challenge of easing the environmental impact of oil sands production.
Companies operating in the booming oil sands are addressing a manpower shortage head on – with pro-active human resources departments leading the way.
The event marked the launch of a bold initiative that will play a part in making Canada an undisputed global energy leader.
With the dramatic rise of the Chinese economy, the stage is set for Canadian oil sands firms to capitalize on the increased global demand for oil.
The recently announced Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in northern Alberta will be the first for an oil sands operation in Canada.
In today’s world, Canadian businesses and industries must survive in a global economy where the ability to access competitively priced, low-carbon energy is critical to economic growth.
Q&A with Chris Seasons, President, Devon Canada Corporation
Big dreams have a way of coming true in Fort McMurray.
In the fall of 2005, Eric Girard and his wife Sophie left Quebec City to start new lives in Yellowknife.
An innovative waste-to-resource project will put Wood Buffalo, Alberta, squarely on a world stage, by eliminating the need for landfills.