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.
Alberta’s Enoch Cree Nation has had and long and prosperous relationship with oil and gas.
An overwhelming majority of Quebec residents would prefer to use oil produced in Western Canada than oil imported from other countries, according to a new poll released by the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI).
Lucy Smith has a bright outlook for the future. The 2019 high school grad currently works in marketing and social media in Calgary and has applied to attend college in Victoria, B.C., with hopes to commence in the winter 2021 semester.
Recent commentary suggests the outlook for the oil sands industry is bleak and therefore the sector should not feature in Canada’s economic recovery from the pandemic lockdown. This assertion, based on misinformation and misrepresentation, is wrong.
Across Canada this week, parents are sending their children off to school following a lengthy, COVID-induced break.
Ending oil pipeline development in Western countries and moving free-market producers away from fossil fuels altogether is unlikely to have the effect desired by the industry’s detractors, according to leading Canadian energy analysts Jackie Forrest and Peter Tertzakian.
From pipeline protester to Indigenous energy advisor: The fresh and innovative perspective of Kaella-Marie Earle
“If you Google me, you might see some angry photos of me protesting pipelines in the past,” laughs Kaella-Marie Earle, who is now a proud supporter of the energy industry across Canada.
Global oil demand is rebounding quickly off COVID-19 pandemic lows and Canada is positioned to benefit more quickly than its biggest competitor, according to new analyst reports.
A small but growing community in south-central B.C. will be able to continue expanding thanks to new investment in its water and sewer services by the Trans Mountain Pipeline.