Canadian Refineries F.A.Q. - 7 Questions & Answers

Canadian Refineries F.A.Q. - 7 Questions & Answers

Key Points • Canada is home to 18 refineries with a total combined refining capacity of nearly 2 million barrels of oil per day • Eastern refineries rely on foreign nations with lower environmental, social, and governance (ESG) scores for some, if not all feedstock supply • Re...

Carbon Capture & Storage in the Canadian Oil & Gas Industry

Carbon Capture & Storage in the Canadian Oil & Gas Industry

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a new and important tool in lowering greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the fight against climate change. This method of taking climate action has shown a lot of promise not just in Canada, but around the globe. The International Panel on Cli...

Oilsands Emissions Intensities 35% Lower than Previously Reported: Study

Oilsands Emissions Intensities 35% Lower than Previously Reported: Study

A new study conducted by top life cycle analysis experts at Stanford, the University of Calgary and University of Toronto has found that upstream oilsands emissions intensities are anywhere from 14 to 35 per cent lower than previously reported. The study compared recent data ...

Canadian Oil & Gas? Climate Action? Choose BOTH! (Part 1 of 3)

Canadian Oil & Gas? Climate Action? Choose BOTH! (Part 1 of 3)

Some Canadians have been told they have to support either climate action or Canada’s oil and gas sector – but not both. Others are more interested in assessing available information in an open-minded way, and then making a reasonable judgment based on what they’ve learned. It...

Is There Global Demand for Canadian Oil in 2021 and Beyond?

Is There Global Demand for Canadian Oil in 2021 and Beyond?

Key Points • Recent purchases by major refiners point towards strong global demand for Canadian oil now and in the future. • There is tremendous global demand for Canadian oil. Alaska, Texas, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Angola, Nigeria, Denmark, Norway, the U...

Why I Chose Canada’s Energy Sector

Why I Chose Canada’s Energy Sector

Delmoy Daley, a Jamaican-Born Petroleum Technologist Living in Canada, is Shocked at Canadians Not Being Proud of their Own “You will never know the worth of something until it is lost” - Grandmas around the world. I grew up on this proverb and have learned over the years tha...

15+ Quotes: Indigenous Support for Trans Mountain Pipeline is Strong!

15+ Quotes: Indigenous Support for Trans Mountain Pipeline is Strong!

Do Indigenous Peoples in Canada support the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX) project? The answer is yes, and it's not just a few isolated communities that do either - 120 out of 129 Indigenous groups potentially affected by the pipeline either support TMX or do not opp...

With Canada’s Resource Abundance, We Shouldn’t Have to Struggle

With Canada’s Resource Abundance, We Shouldn’t Have to Struggle

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Canadians can all benefit from a resource focused recovery   Estella Petersen, Indigenous Heavy Equipment Operator in the Canadian Oil Sands This time of the year has me thinking about family. Family takes on a different meaning for different peo...

Supporter Spotlight: Delmoy Daley - Oct. 2020

Supporter Spotlight: Delmoy Daley - Oct. 2020

“Supporter Spotlight” features Canadians with a passion for Canada’s natural resource sector. Our spotlight this month is on Delmoy Daley, a Petroleum Engineering Technology graduate from SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology) with a passion for music and musical thea...

Oilsands Reclamation Art On Display at Climate Change Exhibition, Vancouver, Oct. 5-18, 2020

Oilsands Reclamation Art On Display at Climate Change Exhibition, Vancouver, Oct. 5-18, 2020

Think that Canada’s oilsands are almost always painted in a bad light? Not this time, and it’s a breathe of fresh air! A new type of art will be on display at the Federation of Canadian Artists Crisis: Climate Change Exhibition in Vancouver from October 5th to the 18th, 2020, ...