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Construction underway on $1.6 billion Alberta net zero hydrogen complex

Construction underway on $1.6 billion Alberta net zero hydrogen complex

The early stages of construction are now underway on a new $1.6 billion net zero hydrogen complex near Edmonton, Alberta. 
Growing Indigenous ownership, bigger spending and CCS: What to watch in Canadian energy in 2023

Growing Indigenous ownership, bigger spending and CCS: What to watch in Canadian energy in 2023

Canada's responsibly developed oil and gas resources are needed in global markets
F1 driver hypocrisy, misleading statements by Minister Guilbeault and higher energy costs for Canadians: Our top stories of 2022

F1 driver hypocrisy, misleading statements by Minister Guilbeault and higher energy costs for Canadians: Our top stories of 2022

F1 driver hypocrisy, misleading statements by Minister Guilbeault and higher energy costs for Canadians: Our top stories of 2022
Oil and gas in our lives – Holiday round-up

Oil and gas in our lives – Holiday round-up

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the seasonally decorated house 
How Canada’s Top 10 oil and gas producers are investing in local communities

How Canada’s Top 10 oil and gas producers are investing in local communities

Canada's top oil and gas producers invested more than $110 million in local communities in 2021
40-year export license granted to Indigenous-owned Canadian LNG project

40-year export license granted to Indigenous-owned Canadian LNG project

Ksi Lisims LNG project to benefit First Nations in Canada while helping reduce world emissions
The global energy crisis of 2022: A timeline

The global energy crisis of 2022: A timeline

Energy security has become a key global issue due to the impacts of war, supply chain disruptions and underinvestment in oil and gas
Fresh water use intensity in Canada’s oil sands makes significant drop

Fresh water use intensity in Canada’s oil sands makes significant drop

Fresh water use intensity across the oil and gas sector has decreased by 14 per cent since 2017, says a new report by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER).