It’s been three years since TC Energy cancelled the Energy East pipeline project, but for a small company incorporated in Quebec, the vision of connecting Western Canadian oil to consumers in the east and new markets offshore is still very much alive.
As harbour master at the Vancouver-Fraser Port Authority, master mariner Capt. Shri Madiwal has the complex job of ensuring safe and efficient operations at the Port of Vancouver, Canada’s largest and busiest link into the global ocean economy.
Marine shipping activity in Canada — including oil and petroleum products exports from the Trans Mountain Pipeline — is more important than ever as the country considers its economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tom Jackson has watched his small northern Alberta First Nation evolve into a community with a growing economy thanks to an abiding relationships with the energy industry.
Construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMX) is coming at the perfect time for Canada. Here are seven reasons why:
Canadian Energy Centre CEO Tom Olsen joins the Rundown Tank podcast, hosted by Refinitiv to discuss the importance of market access for Canadian oil and gas, as well as the potential perils of a hard green shift for the economy.
As the COVID-19 pandemic battered businesses from coast-to-coast, an Indigenous-owned company in B.C. has managed to expand its operations thanks to a Canadian oil sands giant.
A sweeping new federal carbon regulation will cause a “snowball effect” of costs for companies and consumers and threaten jobs as Canada’s economy struggles to recover from pandemic lockdowns, according to a new report by the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI).
Canadian oil production is coming back online after being shut in as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but capital spending in the sector has taken a deep hit for this year. Industry is looking to get back the positive momentum it had going into 2020, which included good news about capital spending for the first time in years.