Why Bay du Nord Offshore Project is Critical for Canada & the World

Why Bay du Nord Offshore Project is Critical for Canada & the World

Courtesy of Equinor The Bay Du Nord Offshore Project is critically important for Canadians amid a time when global oil demand continues to grow and the world is focussed on diversifying supply sources. With an imminent "yes" or "no" decision by the federal Environment Ministe...

State-Owned Oil & Energy Security: Can Canada Compete?

State-Owned Oil & Energy Security: Can Canada Compete?

It used to be that the ‘seven sisters’ – the large private oil companies that today have been consolidated into BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and Shell – had monopolies on global oil production. Ahead of the 1973 oil crisis they controlled 85% of global oil reserves.But nationaliz...

Canadian Oil Sands GHG Intensities Down 20% Since 2009: ANALYSIS

Canadian Oil Sands GHG Intensities Down 20% Since 2009: ANALYSIS

Canada's oil sands sector has once again shown its global leadership in environmental performance and why it should be a supplier of choice for the world's future energy needs. According to IHS Markit, Canada's oil sands' greenhouse gas (GHG) intensities dropped 20 per cent b...

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...

The Wall Street Journal Should Correct Itself on Canada’s Oilsands

The Wall Street Journal Should Correct Itself on Canada’s Oilsands

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is one of the largest newspapers in the world with one of the largest followings, therefore you are inclined to believe that it does everything it can to disseminate balanced and fact-based journalism to its readers. However, a recent post by the...

Reality: It’s 2022, and Strong Global Oil Demand is Here to Stay

Reality: It’s 2022, and Strong Global Oil Demand is Here to Stay

Despite predictions of "peak oil" over the years, growing global oil demand seems here to stay, at least in the short to medium term. Following the global energy crisis of 2021 – and its 2022 sequel – it's clear the world will need all forms of supply to keep the lights on an...

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...

More Canadian Oil Is Good for Our Families & the Global Environment

More Canadian Oil Is Good for Our Families & the Global Environment

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 o...

5 Takeaways From COP26 & What They Mean for Canadian Energy

5 Takeaways From COP26 & What They Mean for Canadian Energy

More than 120 leaders from nations worldwide have gathered at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, in Glasgow to discuss how they can further abate climate change in the years to come. So far, there have already been a handful of occurrences...