5 Takeaways From COP26 & What They Mean for Canadian Energy

5 Takeaways From COP26 & What They Mean for Canadian Energy

More than 120 leaders from nations worldwide have gathered at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, in Glasgow to discuss how they can further abate climate change in the years to come. So far, there have already been a handful of occurrences...

10 Dire Warnings of Underinvestment in Oil & Gas

10 Dire Warnings of Underinvestment in Oil & Gas

Is the world sleepwalking into another energy crisis? No, we aren’t talking about the energy shortages happening around the world currently in 2021, but of another supply shock to follow afterwards as a result of severe underinvestment in the global oil and gas industry. Top ...

Global Energy Shortage: 10 Headlines From Around the World

Global Energy Shortage: 10 Headlines From Around the World

A major energy supply crunch is looming in Europe and elsewhere around the globe, with soaring energy prices contributing to inflation and posing a serious risk to the post-pandemic economic recovery while hurting homes and businesses. Whether or not this turns into a full-bl...

Global Energy Crisis in 2021: What Can We Learn?

Global Energy Crisis in 2021: What Can We Learn?

Unless you want to spend most of Christmas trying to explain to the kids about limited reindeer capacity or elf worker shortages, buy those high-demand toys now. They might just not make it to Black Friday given the energy crisis underway in Europe, which according to many en...

Why We Should Be Grateful for Cheap & Reliable Electricity

Why We Should Be Grateful for Cheap & Reliable Electricity

Electricity Access - Our World In Data Electricity is so ubiquitous in everyday life that it’s quite easy to take for granted. That’s true, of course, unless you’re one of the billion or so people – or 13 per cent of the world’s population – who don’t have access to it. Chad,...

65+ Canadian Energy Facts & Statistics

65+ Canadian Energy Facts & Statistics

Did you know that Canada is one of the largest global producers of energy? As the second-largest country in the world, natural resources such as oil, natural gas, minerals and metals (uranium), moving water, and crops found in abundance across the country are utilized to prod...

Canada’s Helium Opportunity: More Than Just 'Party Balloons'

Canada’s Helium Opportunity: More Than Just 'Party Balloons'

Party balloons that, when the contents were inhaled, made your voice sound like Mickey Mouse is what most people remember when they hear the word ‘helium.’ An admittedly risky party trick, making our family and friends laugh at social gatherings was fun nonetheless. But we sh...

'Just Transition' Q&A for Canadian Natural Resource Workers

'Just Transition' Q&A for Canadian Natural Resource Workers

The federal government is asking Canadians to provide feedback on its proposed "Just Transition" which will play a major role in fulfilling Canada's commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and move towards becoming net-zero by 2050. Canada's 'Just Transition' legislatio...

A Majority of Canadians 'Agree' that Canada Should Be a Preferred Global Supplier of Energy: POLL

A Majority of Canadians 'Agree' that Canada Should Be a Preferred Global Supplier of Energy: POLL

A new public opinion survey conducted by Research Co. on behalf of Canada Action has found that a majority of Canadians across the country support the vital oil and gas sector! The poll, released on July 14th, showed that 68% of participants ‘agree’ that Canada should be the ...

A Closer Look at the IEA's Pathway to Net-Zero by 2050

A Closer Look at the IEA's Pathway to Net-Zero by 2050

Key Points • The IEA's Net-Zero to 2050 scenario requires massive changes to the global energy infrastructure system and record-setting deployments of renewables and EVs • Current actions by governments in parts of the world will make it extremely difficult for the IEA's scen...