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After massive response, Trans Mountain pipeline safely restarts operation

Crucial B.C. pipeline shut down as a precaution; workers performed safety inspections after flooding and landslides but found time to assist people and communities in need.

Energy IQ continues advancing energy education with online workshops

Expert presenters offer information on Canada’s energy landscape.

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Rural Ontario gets improved access to natural gas

Provincial natural gas expansion program moves into Phase Two.

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Partnering with Indigenous Communities

Growing levels of consultation and community investment enable strong partnerships between Indigenous communities and natural gas and oil companies.

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Natural gas and oil development a pathway for Indigenous self-determination, economic reconciliation

New report sheds light on decades of successful interaction between the industry and Indigenous communities, businesses and entrepreneurs.

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Supporting Indigenous communities in the oil sands region

Suncor Energy strikes partnership to help Indigenous groups acquire equity in Northern Courier pipeline.

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Canadian pipelines continue strong safety performance

Canadian Energy Pipeline Association report lists safety highlights for 2020.

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Mystery shipwreck discovered by offshore oil and gas exploration team

Seabed survey in the Flemish Pass Basin offshore from Newfoundland reveals possible WW II ship about 1,200 metres under water.

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Seismic events related to fluid disposal are rare, pose no risk

Report on minor earthquakes triggered by deep well fluid disposal also offers best practices to minimize seismicity.

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PODCAST: The art of reclaimed wilds in Canada’s oil sands

Is the oil sands destroying Alberta’s northern forests? Artist Shannon Carla King points out no, using landscape paintings of the wild beauty developing at former oil sands sites.