As the world of energy changes direction at an astonishing rate, Canada is being left behind because of domestic climate politics.
Saskatchewan First Nation Chief Alvin Francis admits he’s an incurable optimist.
Global interest in reducing methane emissions from oil and gas is rising, but in Canada it’s been an area of focus — and success — for nearly two decades.
Canada’s national broadcaster has confirmed it will air and help fund a documentary on the conflict over the Coastal GasLink pipeline (CGL), a film being produced by a self-described “anarchist.”
New oil and gas megaprojects around the world are getting the green light as global energy demand surges. New ones outside of Canada, that is.
Construction of the first segment of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion is now complete, bringing Canadian oil producers one step closer to connecting more supply to growing demand in international markets.
Canada’s oil sands sector is poised for a major environmental improvement within the next five years. According to new analysis by consultancy IHS Markit, total oil sands greenhouse gas emissions are on track to start going down.
It was presented as important energy policy commentary by hundreds of educated, thoughtful and respected members of Canadian academia.
The Trans Mountain project has reached another milestone in its work to strengthen marine safety off the coast of B.C., in partnership with a local First Nation community.
Commentary: Ottawa should ignore activist academic plea against carbon capture if serious about meeting Paris climate targets
Four hundred academics signed a letter to the federal government, condemning the next big thing in emissions reduction.