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Indigenous-owned company sees revival thanks to Coastal GasLink

Duz Cho Construction in northeastern B.C. thriving again clearing route for natural gas pipeline

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World’s largest CO2 pipeline still on track

Project will remove the equivalent of approximately 339,000 cars from the road annually through CO2 sequestration

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Trans Mountain construction aids economic rebound for hard hit B.C. communities

As work ramps up on the pipeline project, communities staggered by COVID-19 pandemic see hope on the horizon

Commentary: Busting the myth of anti-oil and gas First Nations

Data shows those suggesting widespread Indigenous opposition to energy projects spinning a false narrative

Pro or Con? Measuring First Nations’ support or opposition to oil and gas in B.C. and Alberta

Review of available data finds majority of Indigenous communities who’ve staked out positions support resource development

Hypothetical roadways aiming to eliminate fossil fuels by 2050 ‘wishful thinking’

World expert in energy transitions Vaclav Smil says push for complete green shift ignores ‘fundamental physical realities’

‘You can have both’: Students urge optimistic approach to energy and environmental protection

More than 2,600 students sign letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in support of developing Canada’s oil and gas responsibly

Guest commentary: Should the Covid-19 pandemic spark an energy “revolution?” 

Amid unrealistic calls for a massive energy transition, Canada should focus on the ‘art of the possible’

Oil sands city welcomes the world, embraces diversity

Energy hub Fort McMurray home to diverse cultural mosaic with some 80 languages spoken

Canada’s energy industry provides opportunity for highly-trained immigrants

‘Canada celebrates what makes you unique. If you are willing to work hard and be a good person, you will be successful in Canada.’

Resource sector provides jobs for 28,000 new Canadians

Earnings for immigrants in natural resources higher than average of all other Canadian industries

Emerging LNG sector can help power Canada’s economic recovery: Report

Projects like Coastal GasLink will create jobs and opportunity as economy rebuilds from COVID-19 pandemic

Green pivot would rob Canada’s Indigenous communities of opportunity: B.C. MLA

‘First Nations have fought for so long to be included in the economy and now there are groups who want to block First Nations from a better future’

Commentary: Want prosperous First Nations? Say “yes” to pipelines

Natural resource development allows Indigenous communities levels the playing field for employment and incomes

Canadian cleantech making big environmental strides in oil and gas

Energy sector heavily invested in developing state-of-the-art technology to curb environmental impact

A Matter of Fact: A ‘total fossil fuel lockdown’ not realistic

Calls by international agencies to make hard green shift ignores potential pitfalls along with possible solutions

Taking the carbon out of hydrocarbons with ‘blue hydrogen’

Pair of hydrogen-powered big rigs set to hit the highway in Alberta next year

Canada’s flaring emissions down by 38%

Even as oil and gas production increased, Canada among best in the world in reducing greenhouse gas-producing emissions

Canada ‘pushing the envelope’ in flaring reduction

Oil and gas industry decades ahead of most of the world when it comes to ‘getting away from the big orange flames in the sky’

Hard lessons from Ontario’s green shift

Ontario’s ‘horrifying’ foray into renewables should temper ambitions for national green rebuilding scheme

Coastal GasLink provides ‘opportunity for prosperity’ for B.C. First Nations

‘Projects like Coastal GasLink can help save our communities’

New investment report counters misconceptions about the oil sands

Canadian producers have become global leaders in environment, governance and social management of oil resources

Indigenous-owned company sees revival thanks to Coastal GasLink

Duz Cho Construction in northeastern B.C. thriving again clearing route for natural gas pipeline

Twenty B.C. First Nations and pipeline prosperity

Coastal GasLink project will provide employment and revenue for Indigenous partners

Canadian energy companies eye new technological horizons as they emerge from COVID-19 crisis

Drones, artificial intelligence and virtual workspaces could be key cogs as industry looks to build in more resiliency

Commentary: The natural gas export boom — for Canada’s competitors

Canada’s potential to join in the global export surge was hobbled by activists, politicians and red tape

Missing out: Natural gas and Canada’s exports

As global demand for natural gas soared Canadian production, exports withered

Plastic partnership aims to find technological solution to plastic waste

Canadian companies team up in effort to find new life for straws, food containers and toys

Commentary: Bringing the facts back to Keystone XL

Critical pipeline project a symbol of the important energy partnership that exists between Canada and the U.S.

Commentary: Tyranny oil should be in the same category as blood diamonds

Attacks on Canadian energy sector ensure oppressive regimes will continue to thrive from oil and gas exports

Guest commentary: Strong oil and gas sector key for Indigenous education, prosperity

‘If we completely remove our Indigenous people from the energy sector, then we lose our voice within these areas’

Facts take Canadian filmmaker from oil and gas opponent to advocate

The truth about oil and gas, and Canada’s record of responsible development, changed Heidi McKillop’s mind about the country’s industry

Commentary: Myths and facts about energy subsidies in Canada

Arguments that massive government subsidies are fueling oil and gas sector are completely wrong

Canadian energy industry leading the way in tackling methane emissions

Alberta startup earning international attention for helping curb methane, a greenhouse gas 25 times more powerful than carbon dioxide

Norges Bank investments: Comparisons to Canada and ‘Not Free’ countries

Citing ethics as reason to divest from Canada’s oil sands, Norwegian wealth fund continues to invest in nations with dubious democratic records