Canadian LNG could be a strong competitor to the traditional natural gas exporting countries serving countries like Japan and South Korea
'If you look at overall oil production, there are so many resources left'
Investment will double existing spill response capacity
Partnership with Sc'ianew First Nation will expand tug escorts
Despite being a world leader in crude oil reserves and production Canada's reliance on foreign oil is significant
Advantages in shipping and production make Canada competitive player for growing natural gas demand in Asia
Trans Mountain building on history of zero marine tanker spills with major investment in B.C. response capacity
$150 million in new equipment and response bases to significantly reduce response time, boost cleanup abilities
A Matter of Fact: Simon Fraser University study uses flawed assumptions to denounce benefits of Trans Mountain Expansion
Market fundamentals continue to support the Trans Mountain expansion
'At the end of the day, First Nations like the fact that we could move heavy oil in a safe and effective manner'
'While the rest of the world sped ahead in getting LNG capacity online, Canada stalled'