Op-Ed: Bob Shirkie: There is no business case for net zero

Editor’s note: For many years, most geologists Pipeline Online has spoken to question the “anthropogenic” part in “anthropogenic (man-made)” climate change. They do this behind closed doors, but are loathe to say it publicly. It could be career limiting if they...

Op-Ed: Kaase Gbakon: A (Hungry?) Tiger in Your Tank: Part 2

    Editor’s Note: Prince Albert-based economist Kaase Gbakon did some hard number crunching on gasoline prices. This is Part 2 of 2.    Key Take-Aways The difference between the highest and lowest retail prices has widened across all fuels since...

Op-Ed: Kaase Gbakon: A (Hungry?) Tiger in Your Tank, Part 1

Editor’s Note: Prince Albert-based economist Kaase Gbakon did some hard number crunching on gasoline prices. This is part 1 of 2.  By Kaase Gbakon INTRODUCTION Whenever oil prices rise, Canadians feel it at the pump. The reasons for the pinch have been explained...