Canada’s Largest Oil Sands Producers Commit to Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

Canada’s Largest Oil Sands Producers Commit to Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

SAGD Project - Cenovus Energy Five companies which together account for about 90 per cent of Canada’s oil sands production have announced an unprecedented alliance to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050. The Oil Sands Pathways to Net Zero initiative aims ...

5 Examples of Animal Protection by Trans Mountain

5 Examples of Animal Protection by Trans Mountain

The Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) is huge news in Canada, and it should be put into the limelight more often for all the right reasons. For example, a core part of Trans Mountain’s modus operandi is to construct the pipeline using only the most environmentally friendly metho...

Canada is Setting the Global Standard for Sustainable Mining

Canada is Setting the Global Standard for Sustainable Mining

Key Points • Made-in-Canada initiatives are bringing global recognition to our mining industry as one of the most sustainable in the world • Canadian companies are voluntarily applying sustainable practices required at home in operations around the globe • Canada's world-class...

Canada Ranks 7th on the Social Progress Index 2020

Canada Ranks 7th on the Social Progress Index 2020

Key Points • Canada ranked 7th on the 2020 Social Progress Index globally and the 2nd highest out of the world’s top 15 oil exporters • Social progress is supported by the revenues from Canada’s natural resources sector • Canada is a global leader in Environmental, Social, an...

Canada’s Climate Change Performance Index 2021 Ranking Misses the Mark

Canada’s Climate Change Performance Index 2021 Ranking Misses the Mark

Key Points • Canada's ranking on the Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) 2021 does not reflect its true performance on taking climate action • For 3 out of 4 categories, the methodology used to rank nations on the CCPI 2021 isn't very understandable or intuitive • Canada i...

Canada Should Be a Global Oil Supplier of Choice. Here’s Why.

Canada Should Be a Global Oil Supplier of Choice. Here’s Why.

In recent years, global consumers have become increasingly aware of the social implications behind the products they buy. As a result, companies around the world are focusing intently on sourcing more raw goods and materials from Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) le...

Why I Chose Canada’s Energy Sector

Why I Chose Canada’s Energy Sector

Delmoy Daley, a Jamaican-Born Petroleum Technologist Living in Canada, is Shocked at Canadians Not Being Proud of their Own “You will never know the worth of something until it is lost” - Grandmas around the world. I grew up on this proverb and have learned over the years tha...

Yes, We Can Support Both Climate Action and Canadian Oil & Gas

Yes, We Can Support Both Climate Action and Canadian Oil & Gas

Canadians don’t have to choose between supporting climate action and backing our oil and gas industry. It’s in our best interest to build bridges and work together, for the good of our national economic prosperity and the global environment. Each of us has a responsibility to...

Carbon Sequestration: What, Why & How

Carbon Sequestration: What, Why & How

As human beings living on this planet, we have an undeniable impact on it. Of course there are ways that we can, and should reduce our environmental footprint, but the fact is that as we live, breathe and consume on this planet, we create offsets in the natural environment wh...

45+ Ways Canada’s Oil & Gas Producers are Reducing their Environmental Footprint

45+ Ways Canada’s Oil & Gas Producers are Reducing their Environmental Footprint

Did you know that Canadian oil and natural gas producers are continually finding ways to improve on their environmental performance? Whether it be through creating new solvent technologies to reduce upstream emissions, replacing older equipment to prevent fugitive leaks, or f...