European governments are reassessing EU-directed green policies amid public unease
'We want to make sure that our assets are run as sustainably as possible'
Alberta energy producers expected to spend $730 million this year developing hydrogen, geothermal, lithium and helium resources
'Energy forms and sources are a complex mix, and one doesn’t need to be at the expense of another'
Alberta leads charge for renewables with deregulated electricity market and sunny weather
Despite uneven global usage, nuclear energy powers about 10% of the world's total electricity grid
Canada’s export of solar panel and wind turbine products remains relatively small compared to other significant exporters
New technology could help reduce oil sands emissions in the future
Energy security has become a key global issue due to the impacts of war, supply chain disruptions and underinvestment in oil and gas
‘We have to realize that energy transition is not as simple as some people would like’