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The Teck Oil Sands Mine – Will the Public Interest Be Betrayed?

Contributed by Robert Lyman 2019. Lyman’s bio can be read here.

The federal government is considering the report of a joint Canada-Alberta environmental review panel that assessed the proposed Teck … Continue reading

FEAR AND LOATHING: HISTORY, CONTEXT AND OBSERVATIONS

The Alberta Oil Sands – From National Pride to International Pariah

In the neighbourhood of McMurray there are several tar-wells, so called, and there, if a hole is scraped in Continue reading

Foreign Fingers in the Pie

FreedomTalk 2019 Conference in Red Deer, Alberta, addressed the issue of “Meeting the Unity Challenge – An Agenda for Canada” The conference was very well attended with over 320 registrants. … Continue reading

What’s Holding Back the Oilsands? A Response to Andrew Leach

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant, former public servant and diplomat. His full bio is  here.

On September 4,  2019, the CBC … Continue reading

CO2 Fertilization and Warming Benefits Us All

Contributed by Kenneth B. Gregory, P. Eng. ©   2019

Human-caused climate change is a major issue of our time.  Unfortunately, governments and most news media rely on a political organization … Continue reading

Facts on Tankers Show No Need for Ban. Because it’s 2019.

By Michelle Stirling © 2019

In an April 18, 2019, op-ed in the Globe and Mail, David Anderson invites us to enter his time machine and return to the … Continue reading

A Father’s Email to His Younger Family Members!

Action Alberta had an interesting post the other day.

With permission we repost a slightly edited version.

You can sign up for their commentaries at:

https://actionalberta.ca

Here is a thought-provoking, Continue reading

Rebutting Yahoo Finance: Canadian Oil Sands Stocks Alive and Well – Despite Exxon’s (NYSE:XOM) as yet Projected Production Cost Targets

by Robert Lyman and Michelle Stirling ©2019

On March 18, 2019, in Yahoo Finance, Ryan Vanzo filed a report claiming Exxon’s production target costs meant Canadian oil sands stock were … Continue reading

The Myth That Oil Demand Is Coming to An End

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant. He was a public servant for 27 years and a diplomat for 10 years prior.

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Cher Alec Castonguay… en français

Cher Alec,

Très aimable de nous avoir écrit. Plusieurs de mes meilleurs amis en Alberta sont franco-canadiens. Moi aussi j’ai des amis au Québec, et j’y ai même travaillé … Continue reading

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