Provincial Energy Strategy
The Provincial Energy Strategy charts the course of Alberta’s energy future. The strategy is a long- term action plan for Alberta to achieve clean energy production, wise energy use and sustained economic prosperity.
Our vision is that Alberta will remain a global energy leader, recognized as a responsible world-class energy supplier; an energy technology champion; a sophisticated energy consumer; and a solid global environmental citizen.
Energy development supports a strong Alberta economy. We will continue to encourage responsible clean production of fossil fuels, development of complementary alternative and renewable energy, and the wise use and conservation of energy.
Implementation of the strategy by the Government of Alberta includes energy related activity by multiple Government departments over short-term, medium-term and long-term horizons.
1. Introduction and Content
2. Alberta's Energy Vision
- Clean Energy Production
- Wise Energy Use
- Sustained Economic Prosperity
6. It is Time
- Memo of Understanding - Western Provinces Collaboration on Energy Initiatives (December 16, 2010)
- Netback Impact Analysis of West Coast Export Capacity
Commissioned by Alberta Energy from Wood Mackenzie an expert report to estimate an order of magnitude impact on crude oil netbacks received by Canadian producers, in Alberta, from increasing West Coast crude oil export capacity. Wood Mackenzie used the proposed Enbridge “Northern Gateway” pipeline project as a proxy to assess the potential impact of additional crude oil export capacity to the west coast.