The Government of Canada’s new “just transition” engagement process sends an uncertain message to Canadians about our role in future energy markets.
Anti-oil and gas activists are going against the views of the world’s leading energy bodies – including the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the International Energy Agency – and calling for an end to carbon capture and storage (CCS) development.
New oil and gas megaprojects are underway around the world as demand continues to increase, even with the growing role of renewable energy sources.
Edmonton’s Parkland Institute knows everything, except when they don’t.
Representatives of a Canadian not for profit are ramping up meetings with Indigenous leaders across the country to identify opportunities for First Nations-led development projects in traditional territories.
A column this week by anti-oil and gas activist Tzeporah Berman is misleading about Canada’s role in climate change and reckless about the country’s future.
Knowledge Keeper: Willow Lake Métis Nation CEO Justin Bourque shares his vision for the future of Indigenous equity in the energy industry
Justin Bourque started envisioning a pathway to prosperity for his community growing up on his family’s trap line outside of Anzac, Alberta, in what is now the heart of oil sands drilling production.
Canada has an unparalleled position to supply “friendly oil” to a world increasingly focused on reducing emissions and improving environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, says a new report by BMO Capital Markets.
After quickly rebounding from the greatest shock in oil market history, the “increasingly resilient” oil sands is set to continue growing, according to a new forecast by IHS Markit.
More and more new Canadians are working in oil and gas, drawn by the opportunity for career advancement, a higher quality of life, and the potential to contribute to innovation that provides more sustainable energy and makes the world a better place.