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In northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories, over 70,000 square kilometers – more than twice the size of Vancouver Island – is now set aside to be untouched by development. The latest additions to the protected area in Alberta are thanks to work by the Mikisew Cree First Nation, government, oil sands producers and forestry companies. Read More
The U.S. is looking to OPEC nations like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and Iran to replace supply from Russia while shutting out more oil from Canada. Read More
The Keystone XL pipeline would have increased Canadian oil supply to the U.S. But its permit was cancelled, and now the U.S. is relying more on oil from tyranny states.
Saskatchewan First Nation Chief Alvin Francis admits he’s an incurable optimist. So even after Natural Law Energy, a coalition of Saskatchewan and Alberta First Nations, announced it would pursue compensation for President Joe Biden’s cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline, Francis remains hopeful that a reasonable path forward can still be found. Read More
A senior leader with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce would rather see the U.S. focus on oil imports from Canada than other potential partners as the global energy security crisis from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine grows. Read More
Supporters of Canada’s oil and gas industry often say that Canada leads the world in “ESG.” But what does that mean, and why does it matter? Read More
For the first time, total oil sands greenhouse gas emissions are expected to start going down. Read More
With the most recent data available, as of 2020, 49 per cent of global oil production comes from nations that Freedom House tracks as Not Free. That compares to a 33 per cent share of oil production in Free and 10 per cent in Partly Free countries. Read More
The head of the International Energy Agency says Canada is a preferred global oil and gas supplier and should take steps to ensure it remains so in the decades to come. Read More
A growing number of Canada’s Indigenous communities are becoming owners of oil and gas projects that can help reduce environmental impacts while lifting their members out of poverty. Read More
A new report shows that Canada’s major oil and gas companies continued their steady drumbeat of big spending on cleantech research and development in 2020, despite facing unprecedented challenges related to the global pandemic. Read More
In addition to more than half a billion in mutual benefit agreements with First Nations along the route, the project spent more than $1 billion with Indigenous companies in 2021 alone, according to the latest update. Read More
Of the top 10 suppliers of foreign oil to the U.S. over nearly three decades, only Canada was considered a 'Free' nation Read More
Canada’s oil and gas industry is recognized as having a level of cooperation on cleantech research and development that is unprecedented globally. Today that cooperation is resulting in a flood of new cleantech development projects. Read More
US leaders continue to challenge the year-old decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline expansion project, calling for its reinstatement. Read More