Top Ten Most Influential Energy Stories of 2014

It's that time of year again! These are some of the most important energy stories we've come across in the past year. They're game changers for the global and Canadian energy landscape, and we're interested to see how they play out in the New Year. Talk Energy with us and share the energy stories you loved or hated in 2014, and let us know if you have different ones. Best Wishes for 2015 from Let's Talk Energy!

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1. Oil prices plummeted to under $60 a barrel. It was an early Christmas gift of cheap gas for many Canadians, but we're curious to see the effects on the Canadian economy, carbon emissions, international politics, and renewables projects.

Essential Energy: Part I

Humanity’s quest for fire has increased in intensity. We have dammed rivers, flooded arable land and cut lumber to feed our energy appetite. Today we burn billions of tons of coal, oil, and natural gas, all the while emitting greenhouse gases.

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