Fresh water use intensity across the oil and gas sector has decreased by 14 per cent since 2017, says a new report by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER).
Two Canadian carbon capture and storage (CCS) innovators are partnering to help young professionals develop ideas that could transform Canada’s growing CCS industry, which has already removed the equivalent of 10 million cars from the road.
The Haisla Nation and Pembina Pipeline Corporation are primed to hear by the end of this year whether they can build the largest Indigenous-owned infrastructure project in Canada’s history.
It’s -20C and the snow is blowing as Nicole Renella loads her vehicle and begins the long drive to an Alberta natural gas drilling site.
If you’re confused by 21st century energy geopolitics, it’s not your fault.
Environmental Defence has published an advertisement in the Montreal Gazette that misleads Canadians about oil sands tailings.
The Western Canada Sedimentary Basin contains some of the largest oil and gas reserves on earth that are extracted using world-leading knowledge and technology.
While some of Canada’s leaders question the business case for accelerating liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, one U.S. company alone is in the process of building five new LNG facilities in the Gulf of Mexico.
Canada’s post-pandemic economy is like a cross-country horse race. Out front, galloping through the canyons of inflation, geopolitical instability, and supply chain problems are oil and gas, retail, transportation, manufacturing, agriculture and tourism to name a few industries. Gaining momentum is energy cleantech.