Marine pilots on Canada’s West Coast have an exceptional safety record in the world’s largest pilot-mandatory zone for large vessels including oil tankers.
Refining, petrochemicals and processing add further value, creating jobs and economic benefits to Canada’s oil and natural gas resources.
Researchers examine current energy transition policies and raise concerns about unintended consequences like market instability, power interruptions and high energy costs.
Canada’s low-emission liquefied natural gas facilities on the B.C. coast take steps toward construction and regulatory approvals.
Building on investment and innovation, oil sands producers expected to reduce total emissions by 2035 even while increasing production.
Speakers at the annual Energy Symposium believe Canada must take advantage of opportunity to supply responsible energy to allies and the world.
Proposed liquefied natural gas developments in Quebec and Nova Scotia could help balance energy security, especially in Europe.
Recent poll indicates national support for responsibly produced Canadian energy, especially in times of energy crisis.
Significant discovery offshore Newfoundland and Labrador will incorporate world-leading environmental technology.