Canadian oil and natural gas companies are partnering with cleantech startups to support technologies to lower emissions.
This has been a tumultuous year for Canada’s natural gas and oil industry, with challenges balanced by solutions and a strong look to the future.
Production limits set in 2018 will expire at the end of 2021.
Ownership restructuring allows repair and upgrading work to go ahead for major offshore producer.
Despite ongoing court challenges, construction on this major piece of export infrastructure has continued.
Revolutionary technology has potential to substantially reduce oil sands emissions while generating electricity.
Shell announces a second carbon capture and storage project at the Scotford refinery complex.
Canada’s oil and natural gas industry demonstrates transparency and performance with its report on emissions.
Since 2012, members have invested more than $1.8 billion to support 1,143 clean technologies.