Canada’s Global LNG Opportunity Explained: 20 Resources

Canada’s Global LNG Opportunity Explained: 20 Resources

Bear Head LNG, Nova Scotia Global energy supply shortages over the past few years, now exacerbated by tightening oil and gas supplies due to the war in Ukraine, have brought Canada’s potential role as a major liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplier into the limelight. For many C...

Canadian-Made LNG Already Wins on Climate, Minister

Canadian-Made LNG Already Wins on Climate, Minister

Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said this week that Canada’s federal government is open to accelerating liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects which could start supplying Europe within three years. In his interview with Bloomberg News, Wilkinson suggests the best ...

Natural Gas, Fertilizer & Food Security: Canada’s Opportunity

Natural Gas, Fertilizer & Food Security: Canada’s Opportunity

The 2022 war in Ukraine has shone a light on the importance of energy security for policymakers worldwide, especially in the European Union where governments are now frantically searching for alternative oil and gas supply sources.But the war has also brought to the forefront...

Why Ownership of Canadian Pipelines is Good for Indigenous Peoples

Why Ownership of Canadian Pipelines is Good for Indigenous Peoples

Why should it matter that First Nations are seeking ownership in Canadian natural resource projects? As an Indigenous woman working in the energy sector, let me tell you! When you hear the words "pipelines" and "Indigenous Peoples" in the same sentence, many Canadians are inc...

Trans Mountain & the Environment: 21 Facts

Trans Mountain & the Environment: 21 Facts

With Trans Mountain opponents making noise about the expansion project through renewed protests in Vancouver, many Canadians are now curious about what it is doing to protect the environment. Canadian pipelines are built under one of the most stringent regulatory regimes in t...

Top 3 Coastal GasLink Myths Debunked

Top 3 Coastal GasLink Myths Debunked

Coastal GasLink (CGL) is a pipeline under construction in British Columbia intended to transport natural gas to LNG Canada for export abroad. Like all other Canadian oil and gas infrastructure, CGL has met stiff opposition from activists who often speak mistruths about the pr...

Your Support is Producing Real Results - Newsletter: May 2022

Your Support is Producing Real Results - Newsletter: May 2022

Dear Visitor, The combined efforts and support from our grassroots supporters continue to help move Canada’s natural resource sectors in the right direction. As the world’s demand for energy, food, minerals, lumber and all other raw materials continues to increase, Canadians ...

Once Again, the United Nations Gets It Wrong on Indigenous Support for Canadian Pipelines

Once Again, the United Nations Gets It Wrong on Indigenous Support for Canadian Pipelines

Pro LNG Rally - Prince George, 2019 In all honesty, it wasn’t shocking to see the United Nations (UN) once again call for Canada to stop construction on two pipelines – Coastal GasLink (CGL) and Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) – until they obtain consent from affected Indigeno...

3 Reasons Why Insurance Companies Should Support Canadian Pipelines

3 Reasons Why Insurance Companies Should Support Canadian Pipelines

Lloyd's of London syndicate Aspen Insurance announced this past month it would cut ties with the Trans Mountain Pipeline (TMP) when the project's insurance policy expires this summer. According to pipeline opponents, it is the 17th company to do so – largely a result of activ...

How Fossil Fuels Help Make Wind, Solar, Hydro & Nuclear Energy Possible

How Fossil Fuels Help Make Wind, Solar, Hydro & Nuclear Energy Possible

Did you know that today's modern fleet of renewable energy technologies cannot exist without non-renewables? Unfortunately, not many people realize that fossil fuels – and their high energy density – play an integral role in manufacturing essential components of renewables, f...