Canada Needs More Pipelines and Transmission Lines. Here’s Why.

Canada Needs More Pipelines and Transmission Lines. Here’s Why.

Canada’s status as one of the world’s most responsible producers and exporters of energy means we should be doing everything we can to provide our sustainably produced oil, natural gas, uranium, electricity and renewables to a world in dire need. Yes, that means building more...

20 Facts You Didn't Know About Canadian Pipelines

20 Facts You Didn't Know About Canadian Pipelines

Oil and gas pipelines in Canada have been a frequent topic of discussion in the public domain for a decade or more. While most of us have a good idea of their purpose and the energy abundance they afford us, not everyone is on the same page about the necessity of Canada’s hug...

Natural Resources Are For All to Share in Canada, Indigenous Peoples Included!

Natural Resources Are For All to Share in Canada, Indigenous Peoples Included!

Who can deny that Canada doesn’t have some of the best natural resources in the world -- more than pristine parks, mountain landscapes and crystal-clear water. The abundance of farmland, aquaculture, forests, oil, natural gas, minerals and metals makes Canada a “land of oppor...

More “Celebrities” Continue Attacking Coastal GasLink, Overstepping Roles

More “Celebrities” Continue Attacking Coastal GasLink, Overstepping Roles

It’s another year, and who would of thought that amid skyrocketing energy prices and widespread supply shortages, Hollywood celebrities would continue trying to use their influence to shut down Canadian pipelines.Maybe I shouldn’t be so surprised. But amid a new global discus...

Q&A: Pipeline Protests & Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Q&A: Pipeline Protests & Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Have you realized yet that pipeline protesters misrepresent Indigenous supporters of natural resource projects? If not, you’ll want to continue reading on, because a majority of Indigenous Peoples in Canada support the responsible development of natural resources, myself incl...

MYTH: Wet’suwet’en Do Not Support Coastal GasLink

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 se...

Coastal GasLink & the Environment: 20 Facts

Coastal GasLink & the Environment: 20 Facts

With Coastal GasLink (CGL) now back in the minds of many Canadians due to renewed protests within Wet'suwet'en territory, some are now also curious about what the pipeline is doing to protect the environment. If you don't know just yet, Canadian pipeline projects are built un...

Who Benefits From Opposition to Canadian Pipelines?

Who Benefits From Opposition to Canadian Pipelines?

Coastal GasLink Pipeline - CGL Coastal Gaslink (CGL) and the Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) pipelines currently under construction in Canada have more than a few things in common, one of those being the attention they have consistently received from various “environmental” op...

3 Important Lessons Learned from the Keystone XL Pipeline

3 Important Lessons Learned from the Keystone XL Pipeline

Keystone XL Under Construction Keystone XL (KXL) is now officially dead, and that's just too bad. After more than 15 years since first being proposed – a time over which global oil demand has risen by more than 10 million barrels per day (bpd) – TC Energy, the pipeline’s owne...

Global Oil & Gas Pipeline Projects in 2021 & Beyond

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 ...