Extensive Alberta Government website with information about energy, oil, gas, coal, carbon capture, the royalty framework, resources, energy services, news, energy facts, maps, industry activities, and links to the Petroleum Registry of Alberta, maps, and reports.
(Open Access) The AER ensures safe and responsible development of hydrocarbon resources in Alberta over the whole lifecycle. Find information on the regulatory process, legislation, as well as statistics and publications. Statistical reports include daily, weekly, monthly and other reports detailing everything from drilling activity and lists of wells to gas processing plants to well licenses issued to pipeline approvals.
This government website provides information on the oil & gas industry in Alberta. Includes industry stakeholders, policies and regulations, news and links to additional industry information.
The Industry Activity Report provides the most current data available for Alberta's drilling activity. Included in the report are data for new licenses, spuds, land sales, rig activity and well completions.
AIEES is the lead agency for energy and environmental research and innovation in Alberta. Three strategic areas are renewables and emerging technologies; energy technologies; and water and environmental management. Use the e-Library and research database to search for research papers and reports.
Find publications produced by Alberta Energy on the following topics: energy, coal, electricity, minerals, natural gas, oil, oil sands (including oil sands leased areas and oil sands projects), petrochemicals. resource land access, and tenure.
"Energy Visions brings together leading executives to share their perspectives on the many forces competing for a voice in and share of the global energy market, providing insight on how companies can take charge even in the face of market uncertainty."
This publication "provides the association’s latest long-term outlook for Canadian crude oil supply in combination with an update on the potential markets for this supply and transportation infrastructure developments. "
The CCEMC is a key part of Alberta’s climate change strategy and movement toward a stronger and more diverse lower carbon economy. Find information on Alberta initiatives that reduce GHG emissions. Annual reports and technical reports are a good source of information.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers provides this site with information on what are the oil sands, current topics of interest, regulation and monitoring, energy and the environment, and reports and publications.