Toxic. The chair you’re sitting in, the device in your hands, the mug you’re drinking from, the toys your child is playing with, the carpet under your feet, the insulation in the walls around you. The plastic in these products and multitudes of others is now officially “toxic,” according to the Government of Canada.
The world needs more oil, not less, according to new research from BMO Capital Markets.
Work activities are picking up on the first project that will allow Canadian natural gas to sell into growing Asian markets.
Canada’s oil and gas industry is a leader in cleantech projects that improve performance while reducing environmental pollution — and it’s not always the big producers making the big strides. Here are seven new developments to watch:
Indigenous-owned businesses are seeing significant growth in contracts with the oil sands industry, which Crystal Young says is an affirmation of the business skills and expertise that have become a great source of community pride.
The Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) has released what it calls an “extremely ambitious” pathway for the world to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
New estimates raise the number of jobs that could be impacted by a shutdown of the Line 5 pipeline in Ontario, Quebec and the U.S. Midwest to more than 60,000.
A major security threat in Mozambique is highlighting the risks of oil and gas development in unstable nations.
Calls to slow down or shut down Canada’s oil and gas industry do not consider the substantial benefits it provides to Canadians and to the world.