Despite the common misconception, many people in Quebec support Canada’s oil and gas industry – especially amid the growing global energy security crisis ignited by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Hollywood celebrities have come out with a new uninformed attack on the Coastal GasLink Pipeline, just days after it was announced that 16 B.C. Indigenous communities – including the Wet’suwet’en First Nation – will become owners of the project.
US lawmakers and citizens voice preference for Canada to replace Russian imports via Keystone XL revival
On the heels of President Biden’s ban on the import of all Russian oil and gas products, a new poll shows that 71 per cent of Americans think Biden should reverse his decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline, while 64 per cent believe Canadian production should replace Russian oil.
For Edson Mayor Kevin Zahara, sharing his community’s experiences with natural resource development is an obligation he hopes will help protect and strengthen the economic fortunes of rural Canada.
A new report finding that Americans would pay billions more for everyday transportation fuels if the Line 5 pipeline is shut down is particularly alarming given the growing global energy security crisis from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, say lawmakers in the U.S. Midwest.
It is truly sad that an announcement by TC Energy that will empower Indigenous communities involved in the Coastal GasLink pipeline as equity owners comes on the heels of a recent eco-terrorist attack on the project.
Canada’s oil sector is scrambling to increase production as the U.S. bans imports from Russia. Had the Keystone XL pipeline not been cancelled, more oil from Canada would likely already be on the way, says a leading oil analyst.
President Biden has announced a ban on the import of all Russian oil and gas energy products, but instead of looking to America’s largest trading partner, Canada, to increase oil exports, the White House is reportedly turning to regimes like Saudi Arabia, Iran and Venezuela.
The U.S. is considering its options to replace oil imports from Russia amid Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, but rather than working to fast-track increased oil deliveries from Canada, the Biden administration is reportedly in talks to ease sanctions so the U.S. can buy oil from Venezuela, where the government stands accused of a litany of human rights abuses.
Federal environment minister Steven Guilbeault said in media coverage this week that Canada is not the solution to the energy security crisis caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.