Famous American theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize recipient Richard Feynman wrote, “I would rather have questions that cannot be answered than answers that cannot be questioned.”
Canadian oil producers have reached the light at the end of the pipeline – the Line 93 pipeline, that is, known previously as the Line 3 Replacement Project.
Major milestones are expected this year for oil and gas projects that build on Canada’s position as a responsible global supplier and leader in emissions reductions.
New developments in Europe and Asia designed to speed up emissions reductions send the message that Canada should prioritize development of its vast natural gas resources, says a veteran energy analyst.
When it comes to fossil fuels and climate change, 2021 ended much differently than predicted.
More and more people are connecting with the Canadian Energy Centre to get the real story on Canadian oil and gas. Here are our top ten most viewed stories of 2021.
Canada’s oil and gas sector stretches out a connected web that reaches people across the country, including thousands who are employed by companies that provide the industry with goods and services – nearly 400,000 in 2017, according to the most recent data from Statistics Canada.
B.C. Indigenous leader Chris Sankey says it’s devastating to watch ongoing illegal protests blocking construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline.
Protesters are again illegally blocking access to workers building the Coastal GasLink pipeline project, despite local First Nations leaders urging them to stop.