The World Green Economy Summit (WGES) 2018 is set to emphasize the role of young men and women in global efforts to build a green economy when it opens in Dubai in October. Organizers of WGES made the announcement as the UAE joins the worldwide celebration of the United Nations’ International Youth Day, marked on […]
More than a century after the light bulb was invented most of the African continent is still in the dark after nightfall.” This statement by The World Bank summarizes one of Africa’s greatest energy challenges and threats to sustainable development today – the low level of access to electricity. The importance of affordable and reliable […]
Degree: Energy Management, 2013, Haskayne School of Business Current Position: Project Performance Analyst, TransCanada Pipelines In my last year of university, everyone assured me that I would miss the student life, and that I should savor every minute of it before real life set in. This couldn’t have been further from the truth! I’ve always […]
The issue of oil and gas exploration and development in residential areas has recently been a contentious issue for Albertans. While concerns over drilling are not new, a proposed development in the city of Lethbridge in Southwest Alberta has sparked a strong reaction from residents in the area. Concerns about air and water quality have […]
The year 2013 has been a golden one for College of the North Atlantic (CNA) as it reached the 50-year mark of offering responsive, industry-driven vocational and post-secondary education in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Middle East State of Qatar recognized this expertise in post-secondary education more than 10 years ago when it chose CNA to […]
Success measures can be both personal in nature and universal. With this in mind, we have reached out to two energy individuals at different points in their careers. We are excited to present their thoughts on success: Terrance Kutryk, CEO of Alliance Pipeline at his company’s headquarters in Calgary, Alberta, and Priti Rajagopalan, a recent […]
Each generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it. — George Orwell “They’re narcissistic. They’re lazy. They’re coddled. They’re even a bit delusional.” The Time magazine article titled “The Me Me Me Generation” (May 2013) describes the Millennials (a.k.a. Gen […]
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