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Imperial signs biggest-ever contracts with Indigenous businesses

Imperial signs biggest-ever contracts with Indigenous businesses

Canadian oil sands producer Imperial Oil says it has signed two of its largest-ever contracts with Indigenous businesses.  
A Matter of Fact: BC Hydro gets it wrong on natural gas

A Matter of Fact: BC Hydro gets it wrong on natural gas

Government-owned electric utility BC Hydro used social media this week to claim that natural gas is bad for the environment and imply that natural gas development in B.C. should be shut down.  
Coastal GasLink completes first sections of major Canadian natural gas pipeline

Coastal GasLink completes first sections of major Canadian natural gas pipeline

Canada’s first pipeline to deliver low emission natural gas to growing global markets is now two major steps closer to the finish. 
Indigenous-owned Canadian LNG project advances

Indigenous-owned Canadian LNG project advances

There’s been a big step forward for a major proposed Canadian LNG project that is seen as an opportunity for both economic reconciliation with Indigenous communities and help to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. 
Yager: The rising value of Mark Carney’s ‘stranded assets’

Yager: The rising value of Mark Carney’s ‘stranded assets’

The pre-COVID climate playbook and energy transition are in big trouble. 
Carbon capture and storage an opportunity for Canada to lead the world

Carbon capture and storage an opportunity for Canada to lead the world

Canada’s largest oil sands producers are “in full-scale development mode” on a major joint project designed to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and propel the sector down the path to net zero.  
A Matter of Fact: Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’

A Matter of Fact: Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’

The idea of the need for a “just transition” for Canadian oil and gas workers is based on the false narrative that global demand is now decreasing and therefore Canada’s industry will no longer be profitable or important in the very near future.  
Oil and gas in our lives – Festival season 

Oil and gas in our lives – Festival season 

After a two-year pandemic induced interruption, music festivals are back and bigger than ever, but it wouldn’t be possible to attend and enjoy these events without oil and gas.