The “Trickle-Down” Effect of Canadian Oil & Gas

The “Trickle-Down” Effect of Canadian Oil & Gas

Canada Day has come and gone and it is evident how much Canadians love our country. Despite our regional differences, there seems to be a general understanding that all provinces and territories are connected, and when one province is doing well, the others are also. Recently...

Oil & Gas Emissions Cap to Cost Canadian Economy Up to $79 Billion Annually, Benefit Other Producers: REPORT

Oil & Gas Emissions Cap to Cost Canadian Economy Up to $79 Billion Annually, Benefit Other Producers: REPORT

Is an emissions cap on oil and gas in Canada good for our families and the global environment? According to a new report by the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI), implementing an emissions cap on an already highly regulated sector will cause significant economic pain for Cana...

Canada Already Has a Windfall Tax on Oil & Gas, Let's Have an Informed Conversation.

Canada Already Has a Windfall Tax on Oil & Gas, Let's Have an Informed Conversation.

Canada already has a working "windfall tax" on oil and gas companies. It’s called a scaling royalty system, so let's have an informed discussion about our world-class energy producers. Despite the overwhelming treasure trove of evidence and analyses showing how a windfall tax...

Energy Sector to Generate $112 Billion for Canadian Governments in 2022-2023: REPORT

Energy Sector to Generate $112 Billion for Canadian Governments in 2022-2023: REPORT

A new report by RBC Capital Markets estimates a significant financial windfall for Canadian governments through our local oil and gas industry in an era of now-higher commodity prices and improved profitability.Released in July, RBC's report (1) estimates these revenue stream...

Increasing Energy Exports is Canada’s Best Response to Rising Living Costs

Increasing Energy Exports is Canada’s Best Response to Rising Living Costs

If you have noticed rising costs at the grocery store, gas pump, your favourite restaurants or anywhere else in your daily life, you are not alone. Today, much of the world is struggling with supply shortages and increased living costs associated with the technical term “infl...

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...