5 Realities Anti-Canadian Energy Activists Choose to Ignore

5 Realities Anti-Canadian Energy Activists Choose to Ignore

Key Points • Global demand for fossil fuels is at record levels and still growing. • The energy “transition” will take a lot longer than anti-Canadian energy activists suggest. • Stopping Canadian energy projects does nothing to keep oil and gas from being produced or consu...

Asking Canadian Banks to Divest from Canadian Oil & Gas Doesn’t Help the Environment

Asking Canadian Banks to Divest from Canadian Oil & Gas Doesn’t Help the Environment

As global energy supplies continue to tighten and families across the globe are forced to choose between buying food or heating their homes, attacking Canadian banks for supporting domestic energy producers only makes things worse.In late February, Greenpeace announced it wou...

Canadian LNG Can Provide Energy Security to the World

Canadian LNG Can Provide Energy Security to the World

Current energy shortages and resource scarcity happening globally might seem somewhat surreal for most Canadians. As the world's fourth-largest producer of crude oil, uranium and renewable electricity, and sixth-largest producer of natural gas, we've always had access to an a...

Carbon Capture in Canada's Energy Sector is a Model for the World

Carbon Capture in Canada's Energy Sector is a Model for the World

Did you know that Canada is a global leader in the deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) -- so much in fact, that our sector is an ideal model for the world?! Canada's four existing projects account for 15 per cent of major global facilities, with a com...

Europe, Japan, South Korea Turn to Natural Gas for Future Energy Needs, a Huge Opportunity for Canada

Europe, Japan, South Korea Turn to Natural Gas for Future Energy Needs, a Huge Opportunity for Canada

Governments in Europe and Asia are now considering more investment into nuclear and gas power generation as energy supply crises continue to take their toll on nations worldwide, presenting a huge opportunity for resource-rich Canada in 2022 and beyond.The European Commission...

MYTH: Wet’suwet’en Do Not Support Coastal GasLink

MYTH: Wet’suwet’en Do Not Support Coastal GasLink

Are the Wet’suwet’en People against the Coastal GasLink pipeline in Canada? It’s a question that many of us are asking as we enter into the new year and protestors ramp up their efforts to delay the project's construction. Part of their tactics includes using language that se...

10+ Examples of Global Oil & Gas Investment in 2022 & Beyond

10+ Examples of Global Oil & Gas Investment in 2022 & Beyond

Does the world need more oil and gas in 2022 and beyond? If you've read any of our previous posts related to the global energy supply crunch and dire warnings of underinvestment in the oil and gas sector, you probably know the answer is a big YES. The most plausible projectio...

 Strong Asian LNG Demand an Opportunity for Canada’s West Coast Facilities

Strong Asian LNG Demand an Opportunity for Canada’s West Coast Facilities

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) suppliers are confident that strong demand growth in Asia will underpin the development of more export facilities over the next decade. According to Wood Mackenzie via oilprice.com, Asia’s LNG demand grew by a staggering 21 million tonnes this year...

Coastal GasLink & the Environment: 20 Facts

Coastal GasLink & the Environment: 20 Facts

With Coastal GasLink (CGL) now back in the minds of many Canadians due to renewed protests within Wet'suwet'en territory, some are now also curious about what the pipeline is doing to protect the environment. If you don't know just yet, Canadian pipeline projects are built un...