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Bob Merasty, executive director for the Indigenous Resource Network
Podcast: Why ownership changes everything: Indigenous communities take the lead in resource development

Bob Merasty, executive director for the Indigenous Resource Network, discusses the growing confidence and desire of Indigenous communities in Canada to create sustainable futures for themselves by becoming equal partners in oil and natural gas development.

Hibernia offshore project marks 25 years of oil production

Widespread benefits include employment, supply chain purchases, and government revenues.

Close up view of business partnership handshake concept.
Indigenous communities purchase equity in Enbridge pipelines

Landmark partnership will provide stability and prosperity to 23 communities in Alberta.

Canada’s LNG: What Is and What Could Be

World markets are hungry for liquefied natural gas to meet urgent energy security needs, and Canada can help meet that demand.

Natural gas wellheads in Alberta canola field
Indigenous collaboration enhances reclamation of oil and natural gas sites

BC Oil and Gas Research and Innovation Society working with Indigenous communities in B.C. to restore legacy oil and gas sites.

Highway interchange Mopac Expressway and Highway 183 Austin Texas USA transportation overpasses and road ways under summer sun.
Two major Canadian industries both focus on continuous improvement

Canada’s energy and road building industries have more in common than you might think.

Hand holding light bulb against nature on green leaf with icons energy sources for renewable, sustainable development.
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PODCAST: Mark Plamondon on opportunities in the Alberta Industrial Heartland

How Alberta’s hydrocarbon processing region can drive economic growth and help reduce global greenhouse gas emissions through carbon capture and other innovation opportunities.

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Who should supply energy the world needs?

Canada and Russia are oil and natural gas exporting nations: Canada must step forward to help provide energy security for our allies and the world.

Podcast: Tim McMillan on the state of Canada’s oil and gas industry

Outgoing president and CEO reflects on seven years at the helm of CAPP, and what the future looks like for Canada’s oil and natural gas industry .