The Roughneck was founded in 1952 as the voice of the Canadian oil community. The magazine reports on the people and events of that community - both past and present - that have made the oilpatch in Canada what it is today.
The Roughneck analyzes political events that affect the industry and profiles people and businesses that are a part of it. The magazine covers the news that others miss because it is a part of the industry about which it writes. Opinions expressed herein are those of the staff writers and may not reflect those of the magazine's readers or advertisers.
6: The Douglas Report
Welcome to Global Cooling and the (Future) Renaissance of Fossil Fuels
8: Money Matters
Technology Meets John Gaunt
10: Association Corner
PSAC -- Joining A Trade Association Has Never Been More Important
30: Ad Index, most active rig Operators & Rig Count
Last fall, the federal government approved the $11.4 billion Pacific NorthWest LNG mega-project, a key part of the $36 billion investment by Petronas, Malaysia’s state-owned global energy company, to build a pipeline, terminal, and natural gas extraction network in western Canada.