In an effort to improve Canadians’ understanding of natural gas and the 570,000 kilometers of pipelines that reliably delivers it to homes, businesses and industries, the Canadian Gas Association launched a new campaign called Fuelling Canada.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is expected to spark a big shift in global energy markets as nations hunt for responsible suppliers to break their dependence on Russia for both oil and natural gas.
Russian aggression against Ukraine means Keystone XL – the pipeline killed by President Joe Biden on his first day in office – is getting lots of attention from lawmakers in the US.
As it continues to wage war on Ukraine, Russia is strengthening its hold on global energy markets with one of the biggest oil and gas projects the world has ever seen
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has exposed real and dangerous risks to global peace and security, not only from geopolitical ambitions but also due to energy shortages arising from misguided energy policies.
Ukraine’s shooting war has been coming for weeks. Russia politely delayed its attack until the end of China’s winter Olympics to maintain at least one big friend after the missiles were launched. The price of oil has spiked. Supplies and costs of multiple essential commodities are uncertain.
Russia is invading Ukraine, empowered in part by the world’s reliance on the state for energy supply.
The case for the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion remains strong as the world enters another year of “exceptional” growth in oil demand, according to industry analysts.
With national division and polarity in Canada increasing, now more than ever our country’s national broadcaster needs to take a fair and balanced approach to current events. Here’s your chance to help the CBC do its job.
A B.C. Indigenous leader is calling for jail time for the violent attackers who reportedly tried to set fire to a vehicle with people inside it who are working on the Coastal GasLink pipeline.