When U.S. president Joe Biden recently revoked the presidential permit for Keystone XL, it was a reminder of how anti-oil and gas activism and politics over the years can kill Canadian (and American) jobs. It was also a reminder of how dependent Canada is on one major customer for oil and natural gas exports.
Canadian Energy Centre director of research Mark Milke was on the Danielle Smith show to discuss the findings of a new Fact Sheet examining the value of Canada’s oil and gas imports over a three-decade span.
Commentary: The oil and gas industry’s $1.9 trillion in exports — Canada’s second biggest export sector
You may have heard the narrative — it exists worldwide — that oil and natural gas is dead, or soon will be, and that it can easily be replaced with other forms of energy.
Canadian Energy Centre Executive Director of Research Mark Milke joined It’s Your Business host Mario Toneguzzi to discuss the findings of new research on the value of Canada’s oil and gas imports over three decades.
Canada’s oil and gas industry has a positive tailwind pushing it into 2021, despite the challenges the industry has faced this year. That boost is the spreading awareness of the benefits the industry has across the Canadian economy, its successes in responsible development, the opportunities it presents to Indigenous communities, and its position in global markets.
There’s no shortage of opinions about Canada’s energy sector. But in many cases, the discussions are not as informed as they could be.
You might have heard a thing or two about the Canadian Energy Centre.
There’s a dearth of sensible analysis when it comes to reasonable ways in which to decrease carbon emissions.