In the race to innovate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve environmental performance, Canada’s oil and gas industry has something that other countries don’t – competitors working together to achieve the same goal.
The Globe and Mail’s editorial board published a column this week outlining what it calls the “fading fortunes” of Canada’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports.
A Matter of Fact: Opponents of Line 5 ignore safety record and planned improvements for critical pipeline
Media reports are circulating that exaggerate the safety risk of the Line 5 pipeline on the seven-kilometre stretch where it crosses Michigan’s Straits of Mackinac.
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Demand for natural gas from Western Canada could more than double in the coming decades as governments around the world roll out hydrogen strategies to meet greenhouse gas emission reduction targets, according to a report by BMO Capital Markets.
Canadian Energy Centre Executive Director of Research Mark Milke joined Business Insider host Mario Toneguzzi to discuss the findings of new research on Canada’s record reducing greenhouse gas emissions intensity.
The University of Calgary’s decision to suspend admissions to its oil and gas engineering bachelor program signals a broadening of opportunities for students in all forms of energy, supporting the industry’s goal of a low carbon future, says a senior leader in the Schulich School of Engineering.
The chief councillor of the Haisla Nation is excited about the future of liquefied natural gas (LNG) development in the nation’s traditional territory, because she’s already watching the good it can do.
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.