Energy executive, investor and philanthropist Mac Van Wielingen says he can’t imagine a recovery without Canada’s largest industrial sector and export commodity.
Series of articles examines what meaningful consultation and economic reconciliation look like.
A robust oil and natural gas industry would create jobs, investments and revenues Canada desperately needs.
Margareta Dovgal of Resource Works chats with Energy Examined about how support for Canada’s resource sector could create 2.6 million jobs while driving action on climate change.
Karen Ogen Toews of the First Nations LNG Alliance and Wet’suwet’en First Nation discusses COVID and economic reconciliation through energy projects that create jobs, investment and partnerships.
Charlene Johnson of Newfoundland and Labrador’s oil and gas industry association discusses the state of the industry and what can be done.
And why oil and natural gas are critical to our nation’s economic recovery.
Bob Joseph of Indigenous Corporate Training discusses how to get it right when conducting Indigenous consultation on major energy projects.
As we turn our thoughts to recovery, let’s reflect on what Canadian natural gas and oil has meant during the pandemic, and what it will mean to Canada during the recovery.