WHITELAW: The sector needs someone who, like Musk, is driven by a passion for what he does and can capture the public’s imagination
MURPHY: Breaking up monopolies and trusts deemed to be manipulating markets led to some unintended consequences, including price volatility
WHITELAW: Fake news was around long before Donald Trump made it a thing – and it hit Canada’s energy sector hard
WHITELAW: Can’t afford to lose its intellectual edge if it hopes to transition effectively from one energy generation to the next
WHITELAW: Much like Prohibition, we are again experiencing self-righteous sanctimony frightening in its ability to bend politicians to their will
WHITELAW: The stars are aligning for the energy and mining sectors, but the two sectors must collaborate to take advantage of the changing landscape
WILLIAMSON: Canada’s tax and energy advantages are coming to a sudden end, and we should expect businesses will move more investment to the U.S.
WHITELAW: If Canadians threw away everything connected to petroleum, they wouldn’t have much left in their homes