Despite growing global demand, anti-oil and gas groups are intensifying their campaign against Canadian pipeline projects now that US president Joe Biden has canceled the border crossing permit for Keystone XL.
Canada’s oil and gas producers continue to increase spending to reduce their environmental footprint and improve cost competitiveness.
Saskatchewan First Nation Chief Alvin Francis has a little advice for new US President Joe Biden – grandfather to grandfather.
Labour union and business leaders in the US and Canada are calling for new president Joe Biden to reconsider his cancellation of the border permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, arguing for the project’s jobs, economic benefits, and groundbreaking approach to environmental protection.
A critical piece of energy infrastructure linking the US and Canada is at risk of being shut down.
Call it a US$14-billion lost opportunity. Heavy oil producers in western Canada could have earned at least $3 more per barrel on average over the last half-decade if there had been enough pipeline capacity, according to a new report by IHS Markit.
Work is underway to complete the final leg of Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Project, bringing jobs, opportunities and safer, more reliable energy to communities in Minnesota and beyond.
A significant increase in oil and gas investment is required to stave off a coming global energy crisis, according to an international body that represents energy ministers from 70 producing and consuming nations including Canada, the United States, China, India, Norway and Saudi Arabia.
Canada’s oil and gas industry has a positive tailwind pushing it into 2021, despite the challenges the industry has faced this year. That boost is the spreading awareness of the benefits the industry has across the Canadian economy, its successes in responsible development, the opportunities it presents to Indigenous communities, and its position in global markets.
It wouldn’t be a stretch to think many Canadians share a similar perception of what those working in the nation’s oil and gas industry look like.