Two new global energy outlooks released amid major shortages in Asia and Europe underscore the reality that it will take decades for the world to shift to low carbon energy.
It’s six o’clock on a Thursday morning, you wake to the sound of your alarm clock. Whether it’s a physical clock or the elaborate alarm and snooze schedule programmed into your smart phone, you have already engaged with materials derived from petroleum-based products within moments of opening your eyes.
Recent developments in Atlantic Canada’s oil and gas sector are giving the region a boost, providing a more positive outlook as the industry moves out of recent challenging times.
The world’s most important but least appreciated energy source is natural gas.
Activists are attempting to handcuff Canada’s best opportunity to help reduce global climate emissions while creating jobs at home over misplaced concerns about environmental safety.
How the rising carbon tax hurts Canadians: Q&A with Dan McTeague, President of Canadians for Affordable Energy
Keeping energy services affordable must be an ongoing public policy priority for all levels of government, says former member of the House of Commons Dan McTeague.
Certain environmentalist organizations will say anything to stop certain pipeline projects, even at the expense of Indigenous communities seeking to secure a future through partnerships with energy companies.
Sept. 27, 2021 – The first phase of a new Canadian Energy Centre (CEC) awareness campaign launched in the United States today asks Americans to choose Canadian oil imports first for solutions to cleaner energy production and a break from rising prices at the pumps.
If the federal government was serious about Indigenous economic reconciliation and self-determination, it would not engage in the “Just Transition” exercise it is contemplating.