Supreme Court of Canada takes thirty minutes to unanimously reject British Columbia’s proposed regulation of Alberta heavy oil through the Trans Mountain Pipeline
Litigation Bulletin
By Paul Chiswell, Robert Martz and Brendan Downey


Let’s talk about royalties: the continued uncertainty surrounding the creation and legal status of the overriding royalty
Alberta Law Review, Volume 52, Issue 2
by David LeGeyt, Ashley Weldon, Natasha Wood and Brendan Downey


Interpreting offset well clauses in light of horizontal drilling: an analysis of two new cases
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
By Leslie-Anne Bowyer and Katy Josephs (Students-at-Law)


One step closer to expanding Trans Mountain pipeline: a case comment on Reference Re: Environmental Management Act (British Columbia), 2019 BCCA 181
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
By Ben Otto


Radically redefining roles: proposed Indigenous ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
By Robyn Finley


The changing landscape of the Canadian oil and gas sector
Financier Worldwide, October 2019
by Alicia Quesnel


Bill C-69: Introducing the Canadian Energy Regulator and the Impact Assessment Agency
Energy Bulletin
By Brittney LaBranche, Brendan Downey and Mike Chernos (Student-at-Law)


Federal Court of Appeal grants leave in TMX appeal application: roadblock or roadmap?
Energy Bulletin
by Robert Martz and Brendan Downey


Vesting off interests in land: the latest Dianor decision
ABlawg: The University of Calgary Faculty of Law Blog, Energy Bulletin
by Ashley Weldon and Tasha Wood


British Columbia implements mandatory shutdown timelines for dormant oil and gas sites
Energy Bulletin - June 2019
By Brendan Downey


Is it ever too late to sue for environmental contamination?
Energy Newsletter - May 2019
by Heather Maxted, Student-at-Law


Bankruptcy is not a licence to ignore rules: Redwater, insolvency, and Alberta’s uncertain regulatory future
Energy Newsletter - May 2019
by Natasha Wood and Brendan Downey


The 2019 Pad Site Sharing Agreement: an alternative model for defining commercial relationships between oil and gas producers
Energy Newsletter - May 2019
by Brendan Downey


New merger review thresholds introduced for 2019: the Competition Act and Investment Canada Act
Energy Newsletter - May 2019
Brittney LaBranche


The times they are a-changing: submission amendments become statute-barred after three years instead of four
Energy Newsletter - May 2019
Robyn Finley, Student-at-Law


Supreme Court of Canada overturns Alberta Court of Appeal in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Ltd.
BD&P Energy Bulletin
by the BD&P Energy Group


Alberta crude oil curtailment: a Q&A. What operators need to know about the amendments to the curtailment rules
Energy Bulletin - January 2019
By Brendan Downey with the assistance of the Energy Group


Government of Alberta Takes Action to Address Unprecedented Price Differential
Energy Bulletin - December 2018
by Alicia Quesnel, Carolyn A. Wright, Evan W. Dixon, Brittney LaBranche, and Brendan Downey


Federal Court Quashes Approval of Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion
BD&P Client Bulletin - August 2018
Evan Dixon, Robert Martz and Seamus White, Student-at-Law


British Columbia Moves towards a Liability-Based Regulatory Regime for Oil and Gas to Address Orphan Sites
Randon Slaney and Eric Wiebe, Summer Research Student


Industry Update: AER Releases Draft Directives Targeting Methane Emission Reductions
BD&P Energy Bulletin - May 2018
Fraser Wayne


Interpreting ROFR Exception Clause 902(d) in the PJVA Model Agreement: Canlin Resources Partnership v Husky Oil Operations Ltd.
BD&P Energy Bulletin - March 2018
Julie Taylor and Brendan Downey


2018 Federal Budget Briefing – Measures Affecting Business
BD&P Client Bulletin - March 2018
Darian Khan


Overriding Royalties: Walter Energy, Dianor Resources and the Importance of Negotiating for an Interest in Land
The Negotiator - February 2018
Ashley Weldon and Tasha Wood