Does Canada have an energy competitiveness problem? This video highlights key themes impacting how our oil and natural gas industry can compete, and the consequences if we cannot.
Does Canada’s energy industry have a competitiveness crisis?
Uncompetitive energy policies impacting Canada’s oil and natural gas industry could lead to economic loss and carbon leakage.
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