Nuclear Power in Canada: 25 Fun Facts

Nuclear Power in Canada: 25 Fun Facts

Did you know that Canada sources about 82 per cent of its electricity supply from non-emitting sources? Around 60 per cent of that power generation is hydroelectric, while nuclear power in Canada generates about 15 per cent. The remaining 7 per cent is made up of other non-hy...

Oil Sands Commit $24 Billion to Phase 1 of Emission Reductions on Path Towards Net Zero

Oil Sands Commit $24 Billion to Phase 1 of Emission Reductions on Path Towards Net Zero

Canada’s oil sands operators have announced plans to spend $24 billion on emission-reduction projects by 2030 as part of their commitment to reach net zero by 2050. The Oil Sands Pathways to Net Zero Alliance – accounting for 95% of oil sands production – has allocated $16.5 ...

Carbon Capture is a Major Opportunity for Canadians: REPORT

Carbon Capture is a Major Opportunity for Canadians: REPORT

The build-out of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technology can help transform Canada's oil and gas sector into one of the lowest greenhouse gas (GHG) emission feedstocks in the world, according to a new report by CIBC Capital Markets. CIBC estimates that compl...

Carbon Capture is a Win-Win for Canadians & the Global Environment

Carbon Capture is a Win-Win for Canadians & the Global Environment

At a time when the world needs reliable, affordable and responsibly produced energy more than ever, Canadian oil and gas producers are rising to meet the challenge.  What’s impressive is that these companies produce energy with environmental excellence as a top priority. Our ...

Oil Sands Reclamation in Canada: 22 Facts

Oil Sands Reclamation in Canada: 22 Facts

Canada’s oil sands have long been in the limelight but for all the wrong reasons. For example, not many people know about the oil sands’ world-class reclamation requirements that, in some instances, have seen open-pit mines transform into grazing pastures where now over 300 b...

Carbon Capture in Canada's Energy Sector is a Model for the World

Carbon Capture in Canada's Energy Sector is a Model for the World

Did you know that Canada is a global leader in the deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) -- so much in fact, that our sector is an ideal model for the world?! Canada's four existing projects account for 15 per cent of major global facilities, with a com...

Canada Has Set the Bar High for Climate Action. Let’s Recognize That Fact.

Canada Has Set the Bar High for Climate Action. Let’s Recognize That Fact.

For the first time in Canada, every major political party campaigning during last September’s federal election proposed a climate action platform. That fact alone is a strong indication of just how important climate is for most Canadians in 2021. You would be hard-pressed to ...

Did You Know? Canada is a Global Leader in Renewable Energy!

Did You Know? Canada is a Global Leader in Renewable Energy!

Did you know that Canada is a global leader in producing renewable energy such as hydro, wind and biofuels!? And it's all made possible by the abundance of resources found within the vast and diverse landscapes across our country!? Canada is fortunate to have a vast endowment...

Advancing Cleantech in the Oil Sands: COSIA's 100 Research Projects

Advancing Cleantech in the Oil Sands: COSIA's 100 Research Projects

Oilsands SAGD Operation If these 100 research reports highlighting Canadian oilsands producers' efforts to reduce environmental impacts aren't indicative of why Canada should be a global oil and gas supplier of choice, then we aren't sure what is. Canada's Oil Sands Innovatio...

Canada’s ‘Just Transition’ Must Not Abandon Oil & Gas Workers

Canada’s ‘Just Transition’ Must Not Abandon Oil & Gas Workers

Key Points • Canada’s oil and gas sector creates immense wealth and prosperity for our country; we must not overlook that or let go of it prematurely given the global context of future energy demand • Canadian oil and gas workers and the communities that overwhelmingly rely on...