This special Energy edition includes the following feature articles:
Private equity poised for greater role in energy market: Flush with cash from investors seeking to outperform public markets, private equities are directing increased attention to Calgary
Aligning with Aboriginal interests tricky but vital part of energy development: Understanding Aboriginal interests has become an issue that companies and their advisers downplay at their peril
Regulators pressuring energy companies for more disclosure in challenging markets: The last thing energy companies want to deal with is more rules to continually disclose more details about their financial affairs
Environmental rules increasingly affecting energy development: Environmental law developments have created both challenges and opportunities for Canadian energy companies
When the Bottom Falls Out: In the summer of 2014, with Brent Crude hovering around US$110 a barrel, the Spanish energy giant Repsol approached Talisman Energy with the beginnings of an acquisition offer. It was right around then that the price of oil began its precipitous descent.
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