20 Quotes from First Nations Who Support Coastal GasLink

20 Quotes from First Nations Who Support Coastal GasLink

Wet'suwet'en Members Speak at LNG Rally Do Indigenous Peoples in Canada support the Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline? Yes, they do, as indicated by the fact that all 20 elected councils of First Nations found along the pipeline’s right-of-way have signed benefit agreements with...

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...

Did You Know? Global Oil & Gas Demand Continues to Grow!

Did You Know? Global Oil & Gas Demand Continues to Grow!

Global demand for oil and natural gas is poised to grow for decades yet, did you know? Despite what you may have heard about the “end of oil” due to uncertainty in global energy markets surrounding COVID-19, several major energy research firms and organizations are projecting...

Is There Indigenous Support for LNG Projects in Canada?

Is There Indigenous Support for LNG Projects in Canada?

Key Points • Several Indigenous communities fully support a number of emerging LNG projects on Canada's West Coast • First Nations are partners in the development of most of these new LNG facilities • A majority of Indigenous Peoples in Canada support natural resource developm...

'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...

Canada's Liquefied Natural Gas Export Opportunity is Still Here. Will We Take It?

Canada's Liquefied Natural Gas Export Opportunity is Still Here. Will We Take It?

Canada has without a doubt had a more challenging time developing its liquefied natural gas (LNG) export industry than Qatar, Australia and the U.S. have over the years. To date, several multi-billion-dollar export facilities have been proposed in Canada only to be cancelled ...

Canada’s ‘Just Transition’ Must Not Abandon the Oil & Gas Industry

Canada’s ‘Just Transition’ Must Not Abandon the Oil & Gas Industry

Key Points Canada’s oil and gas sector creates immense wealth and prosperity for our country; we must not overlook that or let go of it prematurely given the global context of future energy demand Canadian oil and gas workers and the communities that overwhelmingly rely on t...

25+ Facts on Canada’s Offshore Oil & Gas Industry

25+ Facts on Canada’s Offshore Oil & Gas Industry

Since production from Canada’s offshore oil and gas industry began in 1997, the sector has provided Atlantic provinces with a vast wealth of revenues used to pay for social programs, public healthcare and infrastructure, and so much more. With well over 1.7 billion barrels pr...

Nisga’a Nation, Ksi Lisims LNG & Indigenous Reconciliation

Nisga’a Nation, Ksi Lisims LNG & Indigenous Reconciliation

Eva Clayton, President of Nisga'a Nation Do you find yourself having a positive outlook about the future of Canadian natural resource development, and more specifically, the oil and gas sector? Or, are you less optimistic about the potential of future projects and outcomes?Th...