5 Times Foreign Countries Asked Canada for LNG in 2022

5 Times Foreign Countries Asked Canada for LNG in 2022

Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio made his first visit to Ottawa this past week, representing a significant opportunity for Canada to expand its relationship with its third-largest trading partner [1]. Like Europe, recent global events have put resource security at the fo...

Top 5 Global Energy Supply & Demand Lessons of 2022

Top 5 Global Energy Supply & Demand Lessons of 2022

Key Points: > Global oil and gas demand is still growing > Secure supply chains are now of paramount importance > The world needs both fossil fuels and renewables to fulfill our energy needs > Unrealistic energy policies harm global progress towards a better future...

Germany-Qatar LNG Deal a Sorely Missed Opportunity for Canada

Germany-Qatar LNG Deal a Sorely Missed Opportunity for Canada

Germany has signed a long-term 15-year deal to buy 2 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar annually, with deliveries starting in 2026. What an opportunity that could have been for Canada -- if only we were as keen on shipping our natural gas abroad as Qatar...