CRIN announces competition series worth $80 million to support clean technology development and commercialization.
Demand could double from 2020 to 2040, presenting an opportunity for responsibly produced Canadian LNG.
Federal government announces support to enable Indigenous participation in natural gas and oil projects, leading to sustainable community prosperity.
Major oil sands operator announces funding for CCUS development.
Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is key to reducing GHG emissions by 30 megatonnes annually by 2030.
Project Reconciliation would use revenue from Trans Mountain pipeline equity to build long-term stability and fund other energy transition and infrastructure projects.
New data shows increased Indigenous participation in the oil sands’ far-reaching supply chain, creating jobs and economic opportunity.
Buses and trucks, even ferries switch from diesel to natural gas to reduce emissions.
As executive director of the Oil Sands Community Alliance, Perry Berkenpas brings a collaborative approach to working with communities while enabling responsible growth of Canada’s oil sands.