A snapshot of Canadian Energy Centre research — From economic impact, to environmental leadership, to indigenous prosperity
Canada's abundant supply of natural gas has potential to reduce Asia's reliance on coal
As Asian nations make plans to build hundreds of coal-fired plants, a shift to Canadian LNG could help reduce global GHG emissions
Research found Canada the US least reliant on energy exports from countries considered "Not Free"
Countries learning the hard way energy can be used as an economic and political weapon by autocratic regimes
Five democratic G20 nations rely heavily on oil imports deemed to be 'Not Free'
Canadian natural gas production has stagnated while US production has soared
How five Canadian provinces could boost revenues with growing global demand for natural gas
'Most people don’t know just how much foreign oil has been imported into Canada, which provinces are buying it and where it originates'
Boosting shipments of petroleum, LNG to energy-hungry global customers could spur growth in Canada's marine trading