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COMMENTARY: Keeping the economy healthy in a pandemic

While some like to pretend the natural gas and oil industry is dying, it remains one of Canada’s largest and most important sectors.

PODCAST: What’s next for Canada – U.S. energy relations?

In the wake of the Keystone XL pipeline cancellation, Gary Mar of the Canada West Foundation discusses the next chapter of Canada – U.S. relations on natural gas and oil.

Lack of pipelines cost Canada $14 billion

New report says pipeline constraints and lost opportunities have cost Canadians billions and hurt investor confidence.

Making oil sands pipelines operate more sustainably

UofA researcher Arman Hemmati is working on an enhanced pipeline design that could make bitumen-carrying pipelines more efficient.

TC Energy moves forward on Keystone XL construction

Vital export pipeline receives Alberta government support.

Canadian business leaders unite to help combat virus spread

Open letter signed by Canadian CEOs outlines ‘the new normal’ with COVID-19

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Oil and Natural Gas 101: What is ESG — and why does it matter?

Canadian oil and natural gas companies have an opportunity to showcase leading ESG performance and be part of responsible investing solutions.

Enbridge Line 3 timeline and map

Despite government approvals and the desire of most Canadians to get new pipelines built, delays have affected this nation-building project proposal.

Alberta government report confirms outstanding pipeline safety

Number of incidents per 1,000 kilometres has decreased dramatically since 2009

Pipeline approval will attract professional talent: YPAC

‘Positive signal that Canada is committed to investing in the energy sector’ says Young Pipeliners Association of Canada.