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Carbon conversion technology in Alberta – ‘science fiction that’s real’

Carbon conversion technology in Alberta – ‘science fiction that’s real’

The power of the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE didn’t end with the announcement of the winners.
Canada a growing player in ‘COVID-proof’ global propane markets

Canada a growing player in ‘COVID-proof’ global propane markets

Propane from Canada is helping customers in Asia reduce emissions and their reliance on the Middle East for a critical fuel to heat homes, cook food, power vehicles, and produce products like medical plastics.
Commentary: A primer on flaring in Canada’s oil and gas sector — or why Canada is ‘tops in flaring drops’

Commentary: A primer on flaring in Canada’s oil and gas sector — or why Canada is ‘tops in flaring drops’

If you’ve ever spent time in Western Canada and driven anywhere near an oil or gas well, or a refinery, you might (especially at night) have noticed a smokestack-like pipe on the latter with a flame at the top. If you are nowhere near such spots, you might anyway be familiar with the phenomenon if you go online and see pictures of refineries in Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Texas, or any other place where oil and gas is brought to the surface.
A Matter of Fact: Don’t bet on a collapse in oil demand

A Matter of Fact: Don’t bet on a collapse in oil demand

Collapsing global oil demand? Don’t bet on it.
Canada’s oil and gas pipelines far safer than competitors

Canada’s oil and gas pipelines far safer than competitors

There’s a stark contrast in pipeline safety performance between Canada and two of its biggest oil and gas competitors, according to government and industry data.
Open letter to NY pension fund: Divesting from oil sands doesn’t support ESG goals

Open letter to NY pension fund: Divesting from oil sands doesn’t support ESG goals

The former head of market intelligence at the Toronto Stock Exchange is blasting a recent decision by the New York State Common Retirement Fund to divest its oil sands holdings based on the fund’s goal to be net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040.
Download: CEC’s Introduction to Canadian Energy

Download: CEC’s Introduction to Canadian Energy

Download CEC’s Introduction to Canadian Energy, a two-page reference guide with quick facts about Canada’s leadership in oil and gas development, foldable for your convenience. Includes:
Trans Mountain building on history of zero marine tanker spills with major investment in B.C. response capacity

Trans Mountain building on history of zero marine tanker spills with major investment in B.C. response capacity

The Trans Mountain project has loaded petroleum on marine vessels off the south coast of B.C. with no spill incidents in nearly 65 years of tanker operations. Now, the expansion of the pipeline and marine terminal brings with it a landmark investment that will improve safety for all users including oil tankers, cargo ships, cruise liners and other vessels.
This oil sands crude has lower GHG emissions intensity than the U.S. average

This oil sands crude has lower GHG emissions intensity than the U.S. average

The oil sands sector’s average emissions per barrel is coming down thanks to new technology and improved processes – in some cases, today’s oil sands crude has lower emissions intensity than the average oil consumed in the U.S.
Guest commentary: Anti-Trans Mountain report by Simon Fraser University ignores substantial benefits to Indigenous communities

Guest commentary: Anti-Trans Mountain report by Simon Fraser University ignores substantial benefits to Indigenous communities

The Simon Fraser University (SFU) report that calls for the Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) to be shelved is built on mischaracterizations of Canadian energy and ignores the real-life benefits the project provides to Indigenous Canadians during a time of high unemployment and economic instability.