Best alberta oil magazine podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Your Source for Oil and Gas news and insight, right from the heart of Alberta’s Energy Sector
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Your Source for Oil and Gas news and insight, right from the heart of Alberta’s Energy Sector
 
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Mountain Nature and Culture Podcast
 
Story 1 - Grizzlies Meet Bison This is one of the most amazing stories to hit the parks in decades, and the first large-scale reintroduction of a large hoofed animal in this area. In February of 2017, 10 pregnant females and 6 young bulls were reintroduced to a remote area of Banff National Park. Just yesterday, on June 7, 2017, Parks announced ...…
 
Another week in Alberta politics and another squabble about pipelines. This week, as British Columbia tries to sort out who's going to run the province, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley doubled down on her commitment to getting the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion built.Join host Emma Graney with guests Stuart Thomson, Paula Simons and Graham Thom ...…
 
Due to technical issues, this episode’s publication had to be bumped a day. Sorry! Show notes and links: An NSA-derived ransomware worm is shutting down computers worldwide (arstechnica.com) Microsoft issues ‘highly unusual’ Windows XP patch to prevent massive ransomware attack (theverge.com) Forget Mars—let’s go colonize Titan! (arstechnica.co ...…
 
Shari Narine is an award-winning journalist who has served as editor for newspapers and magazines. Currently she works at the Aboriginal Multi Media Society (AMMSA), Playhouse Publications, in Edmonton. After having a handful of short stories published in various journals, she wrote Oil Change at Rath’s Garage, her first novel. Narine grew up i ...…
 
The Alberta Venture team enlists Nick Wilson, editor of Alberta Oil magazine, to drill into the implications of a Trump presidency on the energy sector. In this special episode, devoted exclusively to the oil sand’s biggest customer, we talk Keystone XL, border taxes, the Paris climate accord and CERAWeek, and try to glean some insight into thi ...…
 
The Alberta Venture team enlists Nick Wilson, editor of Alberta Oil magazine, to drill into the implications of a Trump presidency on the energy sector. In this special episode, devoted exclusively to the oil sand’s biggest customer, we talk Keystone XL, border taxes, the Paris climate accord and CERAWeek, and try to glean some insight into thi ...…
 
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Commercial Real Estate Podcast
 
Aaron and Adam discuss the headlining making news from 2016 that had the biggest impact on Canadian commercial real estate. January Calgary Office Space hits 18% Vacancy. Avison Young Acquires Appraisal firm Metrix Ontario. NexusCrowd Successfully raises $500K for GTA industrial redevelopment in JV with Downing Street Realty Partners. Google un ...…
 
Todd Hirsch Open House We’re putting on the coffee… Please come and join Todd to chit chat about anything you’d like (economics related, of course). We hold these coffee chats at Calgary’s Entrepreneur Centre (almost) every month (when Todd is not out of town speaking). It’s your chance to bring up questions or issues that have been on your min ...…
 
The Press Gallery #161: The Pipes, Polls and Perps editionFor those who haven’t heard, there was a little announcement out of Ottawa this week that could have a profound impact on Alberta and the fortunes of its political parties.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his government has approved two pipeline projects touted to improve Alberta’ ...…
 
Governments are taking on assorted policies to reduce carbon emissions including regulations, green subsidies and carbon taxes. Assuming the desirability of reducing GHG emissions, what is Canada's appropriate policy response? Are governments spending sufficient effort to find least cost effective methods? Dr. Jack Mintz will challenge the curr ...…
 
Governments are taking on assorted policies to reduce carbon emissions including regulations, green subsidies and carbon taxes. Assuming the desirability of reducing GHG emissions, what is Canada's appropriate policy response? Are governments spending sufficient effort to find least cost effective methods? Dr. Jack Mintz will challenge the curr ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne discuss OPEC’s rumored “production freeze” in September, the troubles facing the Christy Clark government over its LNG plans, and a new oil sands tailings technology. Plus, this episode features an exclusive interview with Williams Energy Canada president David Chappell on the eve of the c ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne discuss OPEC’s rumored “production freeze” in September, the troubles facing the Christy Clark government over its LNG plans, and a new oil sands tailings technology. Plus, this episode features an exclusive interview with Williams Energy Canada president David Chappell on the eve of the c ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne talk with senior writer Jesse Snyder about the Federal Court of Appeals ruling on the Northern Gateway pipeline, changes to Alberta’s oil well Liability Management Rating (LMR), and incoming Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Jason Kenney’s plan to repeal Alberta’s carbon tax. J ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne talk with senior writer Jesse Snyder about the Federal Court of Appeals ruling on the Northern Gateway pipeline, changes to Alberta’s oil well Liability Management Rating (LMR), and incoming Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Jason Kenney’s plan to repeal Alberta’s carbon tax. J ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil editors Todd Coyne and Nick Wilson are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to talk about why OPEC is useless and why the Trudeau government is in for a long hot summer of pipeline opposition. We also take a look at this year's Top 200 energy companies, with exclusive audio from Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray) Mayor Melissa Blake's key ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil editors Todd Coyne and Nick Wilson are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to talk about why OPEC is useless and why the Trudeau government is in for a long hot summer of pipeline opposition. We also take a look at this year's Top 200 energy companies, with exclusive audio from Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray) Mayor Melissa Blake's key ...…
 
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Accredited Income Property Investment Specialist (AIPIS)
 
Aaron Hoos is the author of The Sales Funnel Bible, a handbookfor business owners to help them start, run, and grow a profitablebusiness. His work has appeared in numerous periodicals, including The Globeand Mail, Alberta Oil Magazine, Private Capital Magazine, AspireMagazine, ThinkSales Magazine, McGraw-Hill textbooks, and more. Myclients incl ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
This week, the Alberta Oil magazine guys discuss the dramatic play that Suncor is making on the oil sands, Rachel Notley’s visit to Washington and a new report predicting a massive shortage in the future global oil supply. This edition features a special interview with the executive director of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, Neil Shelly.…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
This week, the Alberta Oil magazine guys discuss the dramatic play that Suncor is making on the oil sands, Rachel Notley’s visit to Washington and a new report predicting a massive shortage in the future global oil supply. This edition features a special interview with the executive director of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, Neil Shelly.…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
This month, Alberta Oil magazine contributors Nick, Todd and Jesse talk Canadian natural gas, TransCanada, and more trouble looming for global energy markets. Plus, the guys preview Canada\'s Top 25 Energy Innovators and more from the April issue.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
This month, Alberta Oil magazine contributors Nick, Todd and Jesse talk Canadian natural gas, TransCanada, and more trouble looming for global energy markets. Plus, the guys preview Canada\'s Top 25 Energy Innovators and more from the April issue.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Problems at Encana, projections for a no-growth oil sands, and double trouble for Canada’s fledgling LNG industry… Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne are joined by writer Jesse Snyder to talk about the month’s most important energy news from Canada and around the world. As always, they give a preview of the March issue of A ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Problems at Encana, projections for a no-growth oil sands, and double trouble for Canada’s fledgling LNG industry… Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne are joined by writer Jesse Snyder to talk about the month’s most important energy news from Canada and around the world. As always, they give a preview of the March issue of A ...…
 
Yes, this is the podcast you’re looking for.Calgary MLA Deborah Drever has been a lightening rod for public controversy, ever since she was first elected as a New Democrat this spring. Since then, she’s been forced to sit as an independent, waiting for redemption and a chance to rejoin the NDP caucus. In this week’s edition of the The Press Gal ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to talk federal and provincial politics, pipelines and what’s really going on with global LNG exports.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Nick Wilson and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to talk federal and provincial politics, pipelines and what’s really going on with global LNG exports.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil’s managing editor Todd Coyne and senior writer Jesse Snyder welcome new editor Nick Wilson to talk Suncor, Energy East and the year that was.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil’s managing editor Todd Coyne and senior writer Jesse Snyder welcome new editor Nick Wilson to talk Suncor, Energy East and the year that was.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil managing editor Todd Coyne and senior writer Jesse Snyder explore the ramifications of the new Alberta climate change plan, Canada’s commitments for COP21 in Paris and give a preview of the December Year-in-Review issue. Plus, oilfield consultant David Yager delivers his dark insights on Alberta’s climate plan and the Paris summit.…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil managing editor Todd Coyne and senior writer Jesse Snyder explore the ramifications of the new Alberta climate change plan, Canada’s commitments for COP21 in Paris and give a preview of the December Year-in-Review issue. Plus, oilfield consultant David Yager delivers his dark insights on Alberta’s climate plan and the Paris summit.…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder for an election post-mortem talk. Also discussed are the recent earnings losses across the oil patch, the headway made on B.C. LNG and the likely energy policies of the incoming Liberal government.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder for an election post-mortem talk. Also discussed are the recent earnings losses across the oil patch, the headway made on B.C. LNG and the likely energy policies of the incoming Liberal government.
 
With oil prices bogged down below $50, everybody’s a little scared about Alberta’s prospects. Premier Rachel Notley’s NDP government released their long awaited budget on Tuesday, leading to howls and screams over a $6.1 billion deficit and ongoing deficit spending. This week on The Press Gallery, Edmonton Journal’s politics podcast, city colum ...…
 
Alberta Oil deputy editor Todd Coyne sits down with the podcast’s go-to political experts, the National Post’s Colby Cosh and Mackenzie Scrimshaw of iPolitics.ca, to talk about the forthcoming federal election and how they see things shaking out on October 19.
 
Alberta Oil deputy editor Todd Coyne sits down with the podcast’s go-to political experts, the National Post’s Colby Cosh and Mackenzie Scrimshaw of iPolitics.ca, to talk about the forthcoming federal election and how they see things shaking out on October 19.
 
To quote from our new governments election platform, “we’ll reduce our province’s over-dependence on raw bitumen exports and create more jobs with more upgrading and processing here, rather than in Texas.”Previous Alberta governments have had experience with refining and upgrading projects. Professor Ted Morton points out in an article in Alber ...…
 
To quote from our new governments election platform, “we’ll reduce our province’s over-dependence on raw bitumen exports and create more jobs with more upgrading and processing here, rather than in Texas.”Previous Alberta governments have had experience with refining and upgrading projects. Professor Ted Morton points out in an article in Alber ...…
 
The fossil fuel industry tout hydraulic fracturing, “fracking”, as a win-win, with slick promises of energy independence, greenhouse gas reduction, and benefits to local communities. Yet the questionable technology, which blasts massive volumes of water, sand, and chemicals into rock and coal formations, has sparked a huge public outcry. The sp ...…
 
The fossil fuel industry tout hydraulic fracturing, “fracking”, as a win-win, with slick promises of energy independence, greenhouse gas reduction, and benefits to local communities. Yet the questionable technology, which blasts massive volumes of water, sand, and chemicals into rock and coal formations, has sparked a huge public outcry. The sp ...…
 
Alberta Oil editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to talk “frack quakes,” Alberta’s role at the 2015 Paris climate summit and the pro-oil premier of Saskatchewan, Brad Wall. As an added bonus, Globe and Mail energy reporter Jeffrey Jones and western Canadian correspondent for the Wall Street Journal Chester ...…
 
Alberta Oil editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to talk “frack quakes,” Alberta’s role at the 2015 Paris climate summit and the pro-oil premier of Saskatchewan, Brad Wall. As an added bonus, Globe and Mail energy reporter Jeffrey Jones and western Canadian correspondent for the Wall Street Journal Chester ...…
 
In politics, planning doesn't always translate into success.On the federal level, Stephen Harper has brought in a new fixer to get his message back on track. In Edmonton city politics, general manager Simon Farbrother was fired Thursday. Possibly because of how things might go awry, Rachel Notley’s caucus has been holed up in Banff for a fall r ...…
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to discuss Alberta’s climate change advisory panel, Shell’s Arctic gamble and why the energy industry needs more women.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
Alberta Oil magazine editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne are joined by senior writer Jesse Snyder to discuss Alberta’s climate change advisory panel, Shell’s Arctic gamble and why the energy industry needs more women.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
In this episode of the Energy Ink Podcast, Alberta Oil’s deputy editor Todd Coyne sits down with Dave Mowat, the chair of the Alberta government’s resource royalty review panel, for an exclusive peak behind the curtain of what’s in store for the province’s oil and gas sector.
 
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Alberta Oil Magazine's Energy Ink Podcast
 
In this episode of the Energy Ink Podcast, Alberta Oil’s deputy editor Todd Coyne sits down with Dave Mowat, the chair of the Alberta government’s resource royalty review panel, for an exclusive peak behind the curtain of what’s in store for the province’s oil and gas sector.
 
Alberta Oil editors Max Fawcett and Todd Coyne talk Iran, the U.S. crude oil export ban, Nexen’s Alberta pipeline spill and October’s looming bank debt crisis for U.S. shale producers.
 
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