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Petroleum in Real Life: Home heating

Natural gas is abundant and widely available in Canada; it burns cleanly in furnaces and boilers that operate at efficiencies greater than 95 per cent.

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Investments in data and clean tech support developing low-emissions natural gas market

Ontario high-tech firm Validere to develop real-time data tracking so customers can purchase responsibly sourced natural gas.

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Rural Ontario gets improved access to natural gas

Provincial natural gas expansion program moves into Phase Two.

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Natural gas and oil development a pathway for Indigenous self-determination, economic reconciliation

New report sheds light on decades of successful interaction between the industry and Indigenous communities, businesses and entrepreneurs.

New study projects growing global demand for LNG

Demand could double from 2020 to 2040, presenting an opportunity for responsibly produced Canadian LNG.

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Clearing the air on subsidies

When diesel generators for remote communities count as ‘subsidies,’ it’s worth taking a closer look.

PODCAST: How innovation can make cleaner natural gas and oil

Bryan Helfenbaum of Alberta Innovates takes on ‘advanced hydrocarbons’ in a quest to lower emissions and reduce environmental impacts from natural gas and oil production.

PODCAST: What’s next for Canada – U.S. energy relations?

In the wake of the Keystone XL pipeline cancellation, Gary Mar of the Canada West Foundation discusses the next chapter of Canada – U.S. relations on natural gas and oil.

PODCAST: Hardship and hope for Canada’s oil and gas communities

Kelly McTaggart discusses how communities across Canada who depend on natural gas and oil for jobs and opportunities are doing through tough times–and why there’s hope for the future.

B.C.’s natural gas-powered vehicle fleet is growing

Buses and trucks, even ferries switch from diesel to natural gas to reduce emissions.