Energy Examined speaks with Barry Vickers about how First Nations communities in Northern B.C. negotiated an equity stake in the Coastal GasLink pipeline, and what that means for Indigenous participation and prosperity.
CAPP’s Jonathan Stringham discusses the realities of the energy transition and how Canada can turn cleantech investments into a competitive advantage.
There are a lot of factors impacting economic recovery – supply chain issues, the tax environment, the cost of shipping, bottlenecks at ports and more.
Scotiabank energy specialists Swanzy Quarshie and Paul Lee weigh in on investing trends like ESG that could benefit Canada’s oil and gas industry—and the Canadian economy.
Channa Perera of the Canadian Electricity Association discusses the importance of natural gas to Canada’s transition to cleaner electricity.
COSIA’s chief executive discusses how collaboration and open innovation of environmental technologies is transforming Canada’s oil sands.
Vice-President of Clean Energy at Alberta Innovates highlights bitumen upgrading and beyond.
Cécile Siewe, director general of CanmetENERGY Devon. Photo by Jason Franson.
University of Calgary Canada Excellence Research Chair discusses the use of nanoparticles and non-carbon energy carriers as trends to maximize production with fewer environmental impacts.