10+ Examples of Global Oil & Gas Investment in 2022 & Beyond

10+ Examples of Global Oil & Gas Investment in 2022 & Beyond

Does the world need more oil and gas in 2022 and beyond? If you've read any of our previous posts related to the global energy supply crunch and dire warnings of underinvestment in the oil and gas sector, you probably know the answer is a big YES. The most plausible projectio...

More Canadian Oil Is Good for Our Families & the Global Environment

More Canadian Oil Is Good for Our Families & the Global Environment

As the world's third-largest reserve holder and fourth-largest producer and exporter, Canada's reliance on foreign oil is shockingly significant. Between 1988 and 2020, Canada imported approximately $488 billion of foreign oil. According to Statistics Canada, we've imported o...

Canada Needs a Resource Recovery in 2021 and Beyond

Canada Needs a Resource Recovery in 2021 and Beyond

Last year was for the record books, and not in a good way. Canada – and most of the world, for that matter – grappled with the fallout from COVID-19 in varying degrees since the beginning of 2020. Such a year can only be described as catastrophic for millions of Canadians fro...

Putting Billions of Dollars from Canadian Natural Resources into Perspective

Putting Billions of Dollars from Canadian Natural Resources into Perspective

Canadians often hear about the billions of dollars that natural resources contribute to our economy, but can any of us really understand how much money that is? When you hear about Canada’s natural resource sectors – energy, mining, forestry, agriculture – and the tens of bil...

Is There Global Demand for Canadian Oil in 2021 and Beyond?

Is There Global Demand for Canadian Oil in 2021 and Beyond?

Key Points • Recent purchases by major refiners point towards strong global demand for Canadian oil now and in the future. • There is tremendous global demand for Canadian oil. Alaska, Texas, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Angola, Nigeria, Denmark, Norway, the U...

In Canada’s COVID-19 Recovery, Natural Resources Should Lead the Way

In Canada’s COVID-19 Recovery, Natural Resources Should Lead the Way

While Canada is still coping with COVID-19, many Canadians are uncertain what an economic recovery is going to look like in the months and years ahead. But one thing we can count on during this time is our resilient natural resource industry which can prop up our economy for ...

MYTH: The Oil Industry is Dead in 2020

MYTH: The Oil Industry is Dead in 2020

Key Points • Is the oil industry really “dead” as some are saying? Explores the suggestion by Canadian political leaders Elizabeth May and Yves-François Blanchet earlier last week.• Several facts from pre, during and post coronavirus that point towards continued growth in glob...

How Important is Oil to the Canadian Economy?

How Important is Oil to the Canadian Economy?

Whether you like it or not, oil is a very important part of the Canadian economy. It's been said revenues generated by the oil and gas industry “pay the rent” in our country, not to mention the sector provides hundreds of thousands of direct and indirect jobs from coast-to-coa...

CERI Forecasts Huge Economic Contribution from Oil and Gas to Canada, 2019-2029

CERI Forecasts Huge Economic Contribution from Oil and Gas to Canada, 2019-2029

Just how important is oil and gas to the Canadian economy? We gave the best answer we could in a previous blog, but new studies by the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) shed even more light on the topic. Two CERI reports released in July of 2019 forecast the economic c...

Canada Falls to Lowest Rank Ever on World’s Most Competitive Economies Survey

Canada Falls to Lowest Rank Ever on World’s Most Competitive Economies Survey

The IMD World Competitiveness Rankings 2019 named Canada the 13th most competitive country out of 67 nations, the lowest ranking for the “Great White North” since the annual survey began in 1997. Canada dropped from 10th in 2018 to 13th this year, being outperformed by Ireland...