Norges Bank investments: Comparisons to Canada and ‘Not Free’ countries
Norway’s investments in autocracies and dictatorships are twice its investments in Canada
Canada’s oil and gas sector vastly outspent other industries on environmental protection
Environmental spending in Canada
Canadian pipelines have stagnated amidst global boom
This Fact Sheet (which can be downloaded here as a pdf) compares Canada and the United States on pipelines built from 2014 to 2020 and offers an international comparison on pipelines under construction as of early 2020. In both comparisons, the data are clear: development in Canada has stagnated while the rest of the world expands.
Commentary: A Mark Twain moment for Canada’s energy industry
In 1897, while in London in the midst of a worldwide speaking tour, the American author Mark Twain became the subject of rumours back home that he was dead. To get at the truth, a reporter from the New York Journal wrote to Twain to ask if he was indeed dead or gravely ill.
US energy jobs surged while Canada’s staggered: 2009 to 2018
Canadian employment stalls for a decade
Commentary: Don’t kill off Canada’s oil and gas sector
While the world grapples with the Coronavirus pandemic and an economic downturn, anti-energy activists have spotted an opportunity: to kill off Canada’s oil and gas industry—the one that provides hundreds of thousands of jobs and hundreds of billions of dollars in tax revenues to governments.
Fueling Canada’s economy: How Canada’s oil and gas industry compares to other major sectors
This Fact Sheet compares Canada’s oil and gas extraction sector (narrowly defined to include conventional oil and gas and oil sands) with the automotive and aerospace sectors on national and provincial GDP (in billions of dollars and as a percentage of GDP) and employment.
$359 Billion: What Canada’s energy sector paid governments from 2000 to 2018
This Fact Sheet details the direct contributions Canada’s energy sector made to federal and provincial revenues between 2000 and 2018, conservatively estimated at $359 billion.