'We know it's safe because we know exactly where all the CO2 is'
Oil Sands Land Disturbance
Reducing Global Emissions
Lowering Emissions Intensity
'Indigenous involvement ensures everybody wins – communities, business, governments and the natural world around us'
Global impact: Why Beth (Hardy) Valiaho says Canada’s success with carbon capture and storage can help the world
‘Our ability to take lessons learned and bring them to these other countries cannot be overlooked’
First Nations LNG Alliance CEO Karen Ogen takes message of coastal nations to Beijing
Producers reducing emissions per barrel, on track for absolute emissions reductions
First large-scale solvent assisted SAGD project to start operations by year end
Wetlands and peatlands are a crucial part of the boreal forest’s ecosystem
Inactive well decommissioning and reclamation activity accelerated in 2022
Wood Mackenzie says spending needs to rise by $400 billion over the next decade
'We want to make sure that our assets are run as sustainably as possible'
‘These investment statistics reflect the extent of this industry’s commitment to sustainable development and clean tech innovation’
Alberta Carbon Trunk Line has already removed the equivalent emissions of more than 890,000 vehicles
‘The whole world needs LNG. This project and others like it are critical for energy security in Asia and around much of the rest of the world’
'The planet is better off if that need is filled by decarbonized, highly responsibly produced Canadian oil'
Government can work with allies and customers to receive credit for LNG’s environmental benefits, advocate says
‘We can capture emissions and transport and store them permanently in the subsurface’
Artist Shannon Carla King aims to change the conversation about Canadian oil and gas
‘The Canadian energy space unfortunately gets a bad rap in terms of its media narrative’
LNG ‘watchmen’: merging economic opportunity and environmental protection key for remote B.C. First Nation
‘That buy-in is basically allowing Indigenous people to govern the environment and to sustain their families’
‘The world is better off if demand is filled by decarbonized, responsibly produced Canadian oil’
Phasing out Canada's responsible energy supply would not reduce global emissions
Quebec-based GHGSat on track to have a dozen emissions sniffing satellites in space by the end of 2023
Alberta leads charge for renewables with deregulated electricity market and sunny weather