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By The Numbers: B.C.’s natural gas and oil supply chain has province-wide impact

iTotem research shows that B.C.’s natural gas and oil industry creates jobs and economic growth in all regions of the province through its supply chain

Two Oil and Gas Workers on an Offshore Oil Rig in Orange Coveralls and White Hard Hats.
What are the benefits of a growing Atlantic offshore industry?

With billions of yet-untapped barrels of oil under its waters, a growing Newfoundland and Labrador oil and gas industry would create new jobs, growth.

Canada’s transmission pipelines by the numbers

CEPA members invest in safety and the economy.

Oil and natural gas: backbone of the Alberta economy

By any measure, a competitive oil and natural gas industry is vital to jobs and prosperity for all Albertans.

World Energy Outlook 2018: By the numbers

The International Energy Agency’s annual forecast says global energy demand to increase as world grows, reduces poverty.

How Canada’s oil price discount is costing Canadians

Low prices for Canadian oil caused by pipeline delays and regulatory uncertainty are impacting quality of life for Canadians.

Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore: Big numbers, big potential

The oil and natural gas industry is a major economic contributor in Newfoundland and Labrador, and has the potential to get much bigger.

China’s growing natural gas demand

A growing economy and a shift to natural gas from coal to reduce smog and GHGs is driving skyrocketing demand in the world’s most populous nation.

Pipelines: Safe transport of oil and natural gas

Safety is a vital priority for pipeline companies and the numbers show it.