Canadian LNG Can Help Asia Switch from Coal to Gas, a Huge Win for the Climate

Anti-Canadian energy activists are turning a blind eye to practical ways of reducing emissions in the near-to-medium term, like transitioning from coal to cleaner-burning natural gas for power and heat generation. So then, why do they oppose the science that shows Canadian LNG to Asia is a huge ...


Fracking for Natural Gas in British Columbia: 6 Questions & Answers

Anti-Canadian natural gas activists are making some unsubstantiated claims aimed at scaring people about responsible resource development in B.C. We would like to set the record straight. Such bold claims deserve intense scrutiny, as we strive to initiate balanced and fact-based discussions arou...


How Haisla Nation's Cedar LNG Project is a New Dawn for Indigenous Peoples

Rendering of Cedar LNG Who formed the partnership between Haisla Nation and Cedar LNG, and why? Who benefits from this project? Is there First Nations support for this project, and if so, what can we learn from it?


B.C. LNG to Asia Could ‘Save a Canada’ in Global Emissions: REPORT

A new report by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has found that if 20% of Asia’s coal-fired power plants were converted to natural gas, global emissions would drop by more than Canada’s total emissions. In other words, converting just one-fifth of Asia’s power infrastructure would ‘save a Canada...


Indigenous Leaders Call On G7 Nations to Support LNG Development in Canada: V...

Representatives from Energy for a Secure Future and Indigenous leaders were in Ottawa calling on Canada and the rest of the G7 nations to advance collaboration on the development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities in British Columbia. The news conference comes ahead of the next G7 ...


A Cap on Canadian Oil & Natural Gas is a Cap on Energy Security

Why should you care about a possible up-and-coming emissions cap on Canadian oil and natural gas producers? Apart from potential economic consequences, the policy also poses a major risk to the energy security of Canadians and our allies. Canada’s oil and gas companies are expected to reduce tot...


One of Canada's Biggest Contributions to Reducing Global Emissions Can Be Exp...

While global liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand is projected to grow significantly through 2040, British Columbian Premier David Eby’s recent comments seem to question the notion of moving forward with new B.C. liquified natural gas (LNG) export facilities and the corresponding opportunities for...


Global LNG Demand to Grow 76% by 2040: REPORT

Global liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand is projected to grow from 397 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) in 2022 up to 700 mtpa by 2040 with a significant supply-demand gap to emerge in the late 2020s, according to the latest industry report. Shell’s LNG Outlook 2023 highlights the world’s ever-g...


Sulphur in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know Canada was the world's sixth-largest sulphur producer in 2021 [4]? Although sulphur isn't known for its pleasant smell, the non-metallic chemical element is incredibly useful in our day-to-day lives. Sulphur production began in Canada primarily as a byproduct of oil and gas extract...


Ksi Lisims LNG Given ‘OK’ by CER, Now it’s the Minister’s Turn

Great news for Nisga’a Nation, British Columbians and Canadians came out of the Canada Energy Regulator’s (CER) office last week. Ksi Lisims LNG, an Indigenous-led project on the coast of northwestern British Columbia, has been given a stamp of approval by the CER to export natural gas in the fo...