What is the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) Pipeline Project?

Map of Previous PRGT Pipeline - TC Energy The Nisga’a First Nation and its industry partner have announced plans to buy the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) pipeline from its original owner to supply natural gas to the up-and-coming Ksi Lisims LNG project. This is great news if you care abo...


Canada Ought to Support Its Own Workforces, Families & Communities

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Trying to figure out motives and agendas in debates on sustainability can sometimes be a waste of time. Other times, it seems obvious. In a report released at the end of June, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) said TC Energy should receive ...


3 Reasons Why Insurance Companies Should Support Canadian Pipelines

Lloyd's of London syndicate Aspen Insurance announced this past month it would cut ties with the Trans Mountain Pipeline (TMP) when the project's insurance policy expires this summer. According to pipeline opponents, it is the 17th company to do so – largely a result of activist pressure to stop...


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 seemingly characterize...


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 ...


Keystone XL Cancellation is Like Hitting a Brick Wall, Again

Doesn’t it feel like we are hitting a brick wall every time we try to help our desperate economy? Whether it’s COVID-19 or just bad government policies all together, Canadians seem to be going one step forward and then two steps back for economic recovery. I’ve read in the news that some people ...


Global Oil & Gas Pipeline Projects in 2021 & Beyond

Key Points • tens of thousands of kilometres of new oil and gas pipelines are proposed or under construction around the world • planned oil and gas pipeline construction decreased by 17 per cent due to COVID-19, projects that were almost entirely located in Western democratic countries • Canada i...


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.K., Russia, Iran, I...


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 oppose it. According to...


Pipelines in Canada: What You Need to Know

Trans Mountain Expansion Workers - TMX Pipelines in Canada that move oil and gas are the lifeblood of our modern society. They feed refineries which create the products we use every day such as the fuel necessary to heat our homes, plastics used in our hospitals and asphalt to build our roads. T...