A growing economy and a shift to natural gas from coal to reduce smog and GHGs is driving skyrocketing demand in the world’s most populous...
Shell Canada partners with local towns in B.C. and Alberta to reuse municipal wastewater instead of using fresh water for its operations.
Safety is a vital priority for pipeline companies and the numbers show it.
Natural gas emits 40 per cent fewer GHGs than coal when used for power generation.
Natural gas liquids are an important part of the Canadian energy mix.
In 2017, BC Ferries introduced new vessels capable of running on liquefied natural gas and producing fewer GHG emissions.