Refining, petrochemicals and processing add further value, creating jobs and economic benefits to Canada’s oil and natural gas resources.
Researchers examine current energy transition policies and raise concerns about unintended consequences like market instability, power interruptions and high energy costs.
Canada’s low-emission liquefied natural gas facilities on the B.C. coast take steps toward construction and regulatory approvals.
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.
Speakers at the annual Energy Symposium believe Canada must take advantage of opportunity to supply responsible energy to allies and the world.
Canada and Russia are oil and natural gas exporting nations: Canada must step forward to help provide energy security for our allies and the world.
Outgoing president and CEO reflects on seven years at the helm of CAPP, and what the future looks like for Canada’s oil and natural gas industry .
Energy columnist Eric Nuttall makes the case for a strong Canadian oil and natural gas industry to meet the world’s energy challenges.
From upstream production to refining to sales, the market sets the price – but many factors influence market price.