Globe and Mail Opinion Archive

Dec 4, 2020

Alberta’s oil-pipeline pipeline might be nearing its end

February 28, 2020

The symbolic meanings – and literal death – of Teck’s Frontier mine project

November 14, 2017

Why Alberta should commit to a Keystone XL contract

October 9, 2017

How Donald Trump killed the Energy East pipeline

April 24, 2017

Is Justin Trudeau a hypocrite on climate change?

October 6, 2016

The challenges ahead for Liberals' carbon plan

May 22, 2015

Government scientists should speak freely – sometimes, with Michael Rennie.

Apr 17, 2015

Cap and trade an opportunity for Alberta

Jan 22, 2015

Alberta cannot just sit and wait for the next oil boom

Dec 11, 2014

Build refineries with money, not bitumen

Nov 13, 2014

Time for straight talk on greenhouse gas emissions in Alberta

Oct 17, 2014

In the oil sands, this is not the time to panic

Dec 20, 2013

Three very different reasons people oppose Northern Gateway

Dec 18, 2012

Economics of the oil sands: It’s more than jobs and GDP

April 17, 2012

Should Alberta take a larger share of oil sands revenue?

Jan 12, 2012

Oil’s value lies in profits, not costs

Dec 12, 2011

Who needs pipelines, the Oil Bucket Brigade is ready

Dec 7, 2011

The nuts and bolts of Kyoto withdrawal

May 19, 2011

Peter Kent’s 178 million-ton challenge. May 19, 2011.

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