Canadian Energy Centre Executive Director of Research Mark Milke joined Business Insider host Mario Toneguzzi to discuss North American energy security and the massive economic impact of the U.S. oil and gas sector.
Customers in Quebec will soon use more natural gas from western Canada that is certified as being produced with excellence in environmental and social responsibility.
Companies in Canada’s oil sands are working harder than other major global oil producers to reduce emissions in the fight against climate change, according to research by BMO Capital Markets.
Anti-oil and gas activists are misrepresenting the global opportunity for Canadian LNG exports and the benefits these projects have for Indigenous communities. Here are the facts.
Canadian Energy Centre Executive Director of Research Mark Milke joined Business Insider host Mario Toneguzzi to discuss updated estimates of the gross revenue contribution that Canada’s energy sector made to federal, provincial, and municipal governments between 2000 and 2019.
A new study by researchers with University College London perpetuates the false narrative that the world can flip a switch to turn off oil and gas use and reduce emissions without devastating economies across the globe.
A new approach designed to make it easier and faster to clean up inactive oil and gas wells is so “highly cost effective” that Canada’s largest oil and gas producer is increasing activity by close to one-third.
Download the CEC’s Introduction to ESG, a digital poster with quick facts about Canada’s achievements in environment, social and governance performance within the oil and gas sector. Includes:
Canadian Energy Centre CEO Tom Olsen was on 630 CHED Mornings talking with host Daryl McIntyre about what the Centre has been up to lately and what’s on the way.
A group of U.S. Democratic representatives is attempting to use the findings of a new technical report on the Keystone pipeline to justify President Joe Biden’s decision to revoke permits for its expansion, Keystone XL.