PODCAST: How 16 First Nations bought a pipeline

Energy Examined speaks with Barry Vickers about how First Nations communities in Northern B.C. negotiated an equity stake in the Coastal GasLink pipeline, and what that means for Indigenous participation and prosperity.

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Podcast: A conversation with the Indigenous Resource Network’s new Executive Director John Desjarlais

John Desjarlais talks about his new role as Executive Director and the importance and progress on Indigenous-industry relationships in the oil and natural gas industry.

Podcast: The economic impact of British Columbia’s supply chain

Colleen Sweet from iTOTEM Analytics discusses the highlights from a 10-month study entitled, Our Communities Care (OCC), which examined the regional and provincial economic impacts of natural gas and oil supply chain expenditures.

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.

Soheil Asgarpour, PTAC
Podcast: Innovation hub aims for net-zero future via Canadian cleantech

Energy Examined speaks with Soheil Asgarpour, president and CEO of Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada

Aimee Sheppard
Podcast: Diversity and inclusion in Canada’s oil and natural gas industry

Aimee Sheppard of Cenovus Energy and Kathy Hawkins of InclusionNL discuss the state of diversity and inclusion in Canada’s offshore oil and natural gas industry.

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CRIN’s central role enabling Canadian hydrocarbon innovation

Connecting innovators with organizations, research partners and funders, just to name a few.