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Canada’s energy sector is facing unprecedented challenges. The toll from the world oil price collapse and COVID-19 has caused thousands of people to lose their jobs as companies cut spending and put growth plans on indefinite hold. Your support of the industry that heats our homes, funds healthcare and public education, keeps essential supply chains moving and generates the raw materials needed for the countless products and technologies we rely on every day is CRITICAL.

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Canada’s oil and natural gas industry can and will play a key role in re-booting our economy as the world continues to grapple with the biggest health challenge of our lifetimes. We are one of the best in the world at extracting and producing natural resources safely, sustainably and responsibly. Now, more than ever, we need to support our energy industry to ensure Canadian families thrive and survive.

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Canadian LNG has massive opportunity in Asia: report

Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Asia could provide the annual net emissions equivalent reduction of removing every single car from Canadian roads, shows a new study from global energy research and consultancy firm, Wood Mackenzie.