Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a critical technology to reduce emissions while maintaining energy supply and security.
There is no better excuse for a barbeque than the combination of sunshine and holidays.
There’s a growing global shortage of liquefied natural gas (LNG) that’s expected to bring a sustained period of higher prices and extreme volatility, according to analysts with Oslo, Norway-based consultancy Rystad Energy.
The business leader responsible for nearly $540 billion of Canadian pension investment has no plan to sell off interest in companies just because they are involved in oil and gas.
On June 22, Ottawa’s Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) reported that the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion (TMX) is “no longer a profitable undertaking.”
New campaign urges G7 leaders to address energy crisis by telling Canada to step up and develop our resources
Leaders of the world’s biggest economies should look to Canada as a major part of the solution to the global energy crisis.
World energy markets are facing a “red alert” and there’s more trouble ahead without enough investment going into oil and gas to meet demand, according to a new report by the International Energy Forum (IEF).
Canada’s energy sector is raising the standard of living for many Indigenous people, says an Indigenous oil and gas contractor who employs dozens of people in Alberta and B.C. under the banner of environmental sustainability.