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...


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 other nations abroad ar...


OPEC's Latest Oil Production Cuts Show Why the West Must Look to Canadian Energy

OPEC+, a group of the world's most influential oil producers, agreed to deep output cuts on Wednesday in an attempt to boost crude prices, despite calls from Western nations to pump more to help support the global economy. The 2 million barrel per day reduction from November onward will make ene...


Energy Sector to Generate $112 Billion for Canadian Governments in 2022-2023:...

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.


How Fossil Fuels Help Make Wind, Solar, Hydro & Nuclear Energy Possible

Did you know that today's modern fleet of renewable energy technologies cannot exist without non-renewables? Unfortunately, not many people realize that fossil fuels – and their high energy density – play an integral role in manufacturing essential components of renewables, from wind and solar t...


More Canadian Oil Is Good for Our Families

As the world's third-largest reserve holder and fourth-largest producer and exporter, Canada's reliance on foreign oil is shockingly significant. Between 1988 and 2020, Canada imported approximately $488 billion of foreign oil. According to Statistics Canada, we've imported over $23 billion from...


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 energy analysts has th...


Who Said Indigenous Peoples Don’t Work in the Energy Sector?

Indigenous People do work in the energy sector, just like me! Whoever said we didn’t, or that we don’t support the oil and gas industry is not being honest about the will of the majority of Indigenous Peoples in Western Canada who support responsible and inclusive natural resource development in...


Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion: By the Numbers

Pipelines currently making their way into news headlines such as Line 5 and Keystone XL should have us all concerned about the completion of existing projects currently underway in Canada. The Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) is one of these said projects; it’s critical for our nation that we not ...


Oil Sands Sector Spent $2.4 Billion With Indigenous Businesses in 2019

Oil sands producers spent more in 2019 than the previous two years on the procurement of goods and services from Indigenous suppliers says a recent survey by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. Just under $2.4 billion was spent on procurement from Indigenous businesses in 2019, up b...