Canada Could Displace Half of Russian Energy on Global Markets: SURVEY

Canada Could Displace Half of Russian Energy on Global Markets: SURVEY

If Canada put its pedal to the metal, it could displace up to 59% of Russian natural gas exports and up to 46% of its oil sales over the next decade says a new report by SecondStreet.org. The survey comes when Europe – Russia’s largest oil and gas export destination – and oth...

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...

B.C. Regulator’s Focus on Cedar LNG Global Emission Reductions Should Be a Model for the Rest of Canada

B.C. Regulator’s Focus on Cedar LNG Global Emission Reductions Should Be a Model for the Rest of Canada

British Columbia’s Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO) stated this month that Cedar LNG – an Indigenous-led project by the Haisla Nation – would help fight climate change due to a net reduction in global greenhouse gases (GHGs) despite an increase at the local provincial ...

Why Should You Support Democratic Oil Producers Like Canada vs. the Alternative?

Why Should You Support Democratic Oil Producers Like Canada vs. the Alternative?

In a world where most of our oil is produced by national oil companies (NOCs), we need to remind ourselves that it absolutely does matter where you source your energy from.A recent article by The Economist highlights several important facts that should concern any nation look...

Is There a 'Business Case' for Canadian Liquefied Natural Gas? Just Ask These 12 Countries.

Is There a 'Business Case' for Canadian Liquefied Natural Gas? Just Ask These 12 Countries.

Europe’s unfolding energy crisis and desire to find new sources for energy supplies has led to fierce debate about developing new liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals on Canada’s coastlines. The discussion raises the question: is there a “business case” for new Canadi...

MYTH: Natural Gas Demand is Shrinking, Axing the Need for Canadian LNG

MYTH: Natural Gas Demand is Shrinking, Axing the Need for Canadian LNG

A recent post in the Calgary Herald makes a strong case for supporting the development of the Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry as a solution to increasing global demand and Europe’s current energy woes. However, in the article, Keith Stewart, an employee of Green...

Canadian LNG Can Play a Role in Underpinning Global Energy Security, If We Let It

Canadian LNG Can Play a Big Role in Underpinning Global Energy Security, If We Let It

It’s 2022, and Canada still doesn’t have a single major liquefied natural gas export facility built. Meanwhile, natural gas prices in Europe and Asia are reaching all-time-highs [1], forcing several industries to return to more greenhouse gas (GHG) intensive forms of energy. ...

Environmental Groups Protest Canadian Proposal to Help Europe Wean Itself Off Russian Natural Gas

Environmental Groups Protest Canadian Proposal to Help Europe Wean Itself Off Russian Natural Gas

Amid the worst modern energy crisis the world has ever seen (1), environmentalists are doubling down on opposition to sustainable Canadian energy projects which, if built, could help Europe reduce its dependence on Russian natural gas.No, seriously. A coalition of environment...

Europe's Return to Coal Highlights Need for Canadian LNG

Europe's Return to Coal Highlights Need for Canadian LNG

As Russia reduces natural gas flows to Europe, many countries are scrambling to ensure their energy needs are met this coming winter. Germany, Austria, Italy and the Netherlands have all announced plans to resurrect coal-fired power plants to conserve precious natural gas res...

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...