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May 2017 Issue
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Outwit, Outplay, Outlast!

Sound familiar? This is the slogan from the hit reality TV show Survivor, but they’re also the defining words most oil & gas companies are living by these days. The last few years have been an outright game of survival. Outwitting... Read More »

February 2017 Issue

Saskatchewan – The People For Whom He...

Oilfield PULSE Magazine February 2017 Plains Perspective As we all know, a democracy is a form of... Read More »

November 2016 Issue

Carbon Corner Doubling Down The Coal And...

Even before the ink has dried on the U.S. federal election, our federal government is doubling down on... Read More »

October 2016 Issue

The Notley Report Card

Maintaining objectivity while attaching a grade to someone’s work is always a challenge. I am sure even teachers, when they have room to play, reward perpetual high achievers sometimes with a better grade than what was earned. However,... Read More »

September 2016 Issue

Diversify And The Beating Heart Of Commerce...

Even $45 is a sharp increase from the bone jarring drop to $28 a barrel we saw in January of this... Read More »

July – August 2016 Issue

Doing Business Abroad!

Just when we thought in June that oil prices had finally stabilized above the $50 USD threshold, we have seen another couple of months of lower prices and more uncertainty. We were hearing glimmers of hope and even hints of new drilling... Read More »

July – August 2016 Issue

Is Your Business Export Ready?

Rally. It’s kind of a funny word I think. What does it mean to you? The dictionary says; to draw or call (persons) together for a common action or effort. Following three consecutive surveys showing declining confidence among... Read More »

February 2016 Issue

Eco-Alberta: Re-envisioning The Province’s Role In...

Effective and innovative solutions are most often found by how we define our problems. We cannot limit... Read More »

December 2015 Issue

The Way Forward

Living In A Cyclical/Cynical World I would like to start by saying I think VERY few people are accurate at forecasting anything past three months these days including myself. If I were really any good at it, I would still own the... Read More »

December 2015 Issue

Crystal Clear On Change

A crystal ball would be a very appropriate forecasting tool for Alberta’s future going into 2016, for we are facing virgin territory. Looking at current events individually, there are many we have seen before and many we have... Read More »

December 2015 Issue

Recognize Redefine Reinvent

This is not the time to stay on course, make minimal changes, and wait for things to turnaround. When we talk about adapting and changing as a company during an economic downturn, we tend to look at cutting costs as the only... Read More »

December 2015 Issue

So… 2016 Happy New Year?

Now, there are some reports the economy is going to recover a bit and some even more optimistic folks who think by mid-year there may be some increase and stability to oil prices. This has not been a great year in Alberta.... Read More »

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