The latest outlook for energy demand to 2050 underscores Canada’s opportunity to supply responsibly produced oil and gas as the world works to reduce emissions.
The Indigenous Resource Network advocates for a sustainable future for Indigenous communities who rely on the natural resource sector in Canada. Here’s their message to Hollywood celebrities like Mark Ruffalo who continue to spread misinformation about the Coastal GasLink Pipeline project in B.C.
More and more oil and gas wells in Alberta are being cleaned up and returned to nature.
The European Parliament is endorsing a dangerous and misguided “fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty” that would cause harm to people around the world.
Recent media reports suggest the wealth generated by increased oil and gas prices is leaving Alberta (and Canada), and the outlook for the industry is declining. This is misleading, and incorrect.
The political success of Alberta premiers dating back 50 years has been closely linked to the oil and gas business and federal/provincial relations.
Like the cancellation of Canada’s Keystone XL pipeline, the unprecedented depletion of the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve is contributing to a less energy secure world, says a veteran Wall Street energy analyst.
More stories are emerging of Indigenous communities advancing economic reconciliation through Canada’s energy sector.
A leading architect of Germany’s “Energiewende” push towards wind and solar over coal, oil, gas and nuclear admits that renewable energy alone is not sufficient to maintain reliable supply.
As President Joe Biden takes in the latest rejection by OPEC countries to increase production to help ease American pump prices, U.S. lawmakers are again condemning his cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline from Alberta.