The oil sands sector’s average emissions per barrel is coming down thanks to new technology and improved processes – in some cases, today’s oil sands crude has lower emissions intensity than the average oil consumed in the U.S.
Guest commentary: Anti-Trans Mountain report by Simon Fraser University ignores substantial benefits to Indigenous communities
The Simon Fraser University (SFU) report that calls for the Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) to be shelved is built on mischaracterizations of Canadian energy and ignores the real-life benefits the project provides to Indigenous Canadians during a time of high unemployment and economic instability.
Canadian oil and gas companies have made great strides on environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance and are demonstrating their commitment to operate at the highest standard, according to lawyers with Torys LLP.
A Matter of Fact: Simon Fraser University study uses flawed assumptions to denounce benefits of Trans Mountain Expansion
A new study by Simon Fraser University (SFU) uses flawed assumptions about energy markets both at home and around the world to conclude that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project will not benefit Canada.
Subodh Gupta says work is underway that can change how CO2 emissions are managed and how young people perceive oil, gas, carbon, and the future.
U.S. demand for Canadian oil continues to grow, building on a rich history of cross-border energy trade. But the new administration under President Joe Biden has increased uncertainty about the future of this relationship.
Stephen Buffalo, president and CEO of the Indian Resource Council appeared on Sauga 960 Radio’s Media Nation show in the Greater Toronto Area to discuss Jane Fonda and how First Nations communities benefit from oil and gas development.
The thing about Totem poles, says Metis business leader Jon Rivard, is they always start with a strong foundation.
Canadian Energy Centre director of CEO Tom Olsen was on the Mike Smyth show as part of a panel to discuss the Netflix children’s film Bigfoot Family.
A new report from CNN about opposition to the Line 3 pipeline replacement project contains errors and misleading information about Canadian oil, the energy relationship between Canada and the U.S., and the construction project itself. Here are some of the facts they missed.