Fossil Fuels to Account for 68% of Global Energy Supply by 2050: REPORT

Fossil Fuels to Account for 68% of Global Energy Supply by 2050: REPORT

The world will need all forms of energy to accompany a global population of roughly 9.7 billion by 2050 ExxonMobil’s latest annual energy outlook sheds light on what it believes the world will look like in 2050.  With billions more people, more prosperity, and more energy, th...

Mining in Newfoundland & Labrador: 12 Facts

Mining in Newfoundland & Labrador: 12 Facts

Canada’s eastern oil and natural gas province of Newfoundland & Labrador is hardly thought of for mining, so you may be surprised to hear that it is the fourth-largest mineral producer in Canada. Producing over $6.2 billion in minerals in 2021, Newfoundland & Labrado...

Transporting Oil & Gas via Pipelines is Better for Human Safety & Emissions Abatement

Transporting Oil & Gas via Pipelines is Better for Human Safety & Emissions Abatement

It's 2023, and the world continues to consume more and more oil and natural gas as the years pass by. Recently, demand for both fossil fuels hit all-time highs and are expected to continue increasing for years to come. Growing global demand for all forms of energy – including...

IMF: Canada Has Lowest Oil, Coal, Natural Gas and Electricity Subsidies in G20

IMF: Canada Has Lowest Oil, Coal, Natural Gas and Electricity Subsidies in G20

If you’ve heard the unbalanced rhetoric from anti-Canadian energy activists, you may think our governments heavily subsidize oil and natural gas companies. But that’s not the case, as outlined in a new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), sourced through the Natio...

DEBATE: Should Canada Receive “Climate Credits” for LNG Exports?

DEBATE: Should Canada Receive “Climate Credits” for LNG Exports?

With Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities projected to significantly reduce net global emissions, should provinces like British Columbia and Alberta receive “climate credits” under Article Six of the Paris Accord? Mike Smyth, host of The Mike Smyth Show on 9...

6 Reasons Why the Natural Resources Sector is Critical for Canadian Prosperity

6 Reasons Why the Natural Resources Sector is Critical for Canadian Prosperity

Just how important is Canada’s natural resource sector to the prosperity of Canadians? Very, very important, to say the least, even for those who may not work in the sector directly (see more below). But don’t take our word for it. Here are several recent statistics showing e...

Mining in Canada: 30 Facts & Statistics

Mining in Canada: 30 Facts & Statistics

Updated August 2023 Canada, with its diverse geology across 9.985 million square kilometres (km2) of land, is home to an abundance of minerals and metals which underpin a world-class mining industry that supports hundreds of thousands of Canadian families. Accounting for 665,...

Global LNG Timeline Infographic: The World Needs Canadian LNG

Global LNG Timeline Infographic: The World Needs Canadian LNG

How fast is the world developing new liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects? In recent years, at a blistering speed! LNG has been around for centuries. The LNG process was first discovered in 1820 by British Scientist Michael Faraday. Around 100 years later, the first LNG plant...

Canadian Agriculture Infographic: Facts, Figures & More!

Canadian Agriculture Infographic: Facts, Figures & More!

Agriculture has been intertwined with humanity’s existence throughout our history. For thousands of years, we have relied on agricultural practices to feed our families and societies at large, and today, nothing has changed. Fortunately for Canadians, our vast country is home...

The Oil & Gas Emissions Cap is a Cap on Canadian and Indigenous Prosperity

The Oil & Gas Emissions Cap is a Cap on Canadian and Indigenous Prosperity

Key Points Capping oil and gas emissions likely means a cap on production, resulting in: • Significantly reduced government revenues, funds used to pay for public programs, infrastructure and jobs • New barriers to Indigenous economic reconciliation via responsible resource de...