Natural Declines in Oil & Gas Fields, and the Need for Investing More in Cana...

Key Points • Natural declines in oil & gas fields mean significant volumes of new supply need to be brought online every year to keep up with global energy demand • The world still gets more than 80 per cent of its energy from fossil fuels, despite trillions of dollars of investment into rene...


Poland President the Latest Global Leader to Say His Country Would Buy Canadi...

For the second time this year, a foreign leader has said their country would welcome new access to Canadian-made liquefied natural gas (LNG). In a recent CTV interview with Vassy Kapelos, President Andrzej Duda said Poland would “of course” be interested in buying Canada’s LNG if it were made av...


Debunking 8 Claims by NGOs Who Want to Shut Down B.C. LNG Projects

Several non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are asking the B.C. government to shut down all liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in the province, of which will bring significant benefits to Canadian and Indigenous families, and the global environment [1]. In an open letter to Premier David E...


Canada Needs to Have an “Adult Conversation” on How to Reduce Global Emission...

Most people should understand that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions don’t respect international boundaries. A molecule of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by a coal plant in China, for example, may very well cross the Pacific Ocean and end up in North America [1]. So, if Canada can help reduce net gl...


DEBATE: On B.C. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Permit Approvals

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are once again banding to try and obstruct the development of Canada’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. Several “environmental” groups have sent a letter to the B.C. government, asking it to stop all project permits and approvals, including those for Ce...


What Are the Climate Benefits of B.C. LNG Exports?

What are the environmental benefits of British Columbian liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, versus other supply sources abroad? Lower emissions intensities, a colder climate, and shorter shipping distances are just a few that contribute to a more environmentally friendly LNG supply when coming...


7 Times Countries Said They Want Canadian-Made Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Si...

Greece Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited Canada last month to discuss how our two countries could deepen our friendship. During his stay, he was asked if Greece would be interested in purchasing Canadian-made liquefied natural gas (LNG). “Absolutely,” he answered in an interview with CT...


Attacks on the Oil & Gas Industry Only Hurt Canadian & Indigenous Families

Bill C-372, the private members’ bill introduced in February 2024 to “prohibit a person from promoting fossil fuels,” is just one of many attacks against Canada’s world-class oil and gas industry over the past several years. It is incredible that even now, with falling productivity and investmen...


Conventional Oil & Gas Sector Added $97 Billion to Canadian Economy in 2022: ...

A new report by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce shows how important the conventional oil and natural gas sector is to Canada’s economy, generating tens of billions of dollars in economic activity and providing hundreds of thousands of jobs for families. Released in March 2024, the analysis prov...


What is the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) Pipeline Project?

Map of Previous PRGT Pipeline - TC Energy The Nisga’a First Nation and its industry partner have announced plans to buy the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) pipeline from its original owner to supply natural gas to the up-and-coming Ksi Lisims LNG project. This is great news if you care abo...