With global demand for natural gas expected to increase 45 per cent by 2040, this versatile hydrocarbon is energy for tomorrow.
CAPP economic report finds Canada has fallen behind in global competition for oil and gas investment, offers vision for jobs and prosperity.
Canada’s competitiveness at stake: Investment in oil and gas is falling in Canada even as it rises elsewhere around the world.
With global energy demand set to increase 30% by 2040, more of all forms of energy are needed, including oil and natural gas.
B.C. MLA and former Haisla Chief Councillor discusses how the environmental movement has “stopped the progress of First Nations.”
Cold weather and a push to reduce smog and GHGs has led to shortages of natural gas in China, even as Canada ponders its LNG future.
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 nation.
CAPP CEO Tim McMillan speaks with Global News Edmonton about Trans Mountain and Canada’s competitiveness issues.
What would just one new LNG terminal exporting natural gas from the West Coast mean to B.C.’s economy?