Pipeline constraints and lack of market diversity mean Canada is losing out on the value it could get for oil on international markets.
The attempted rewrite of Canada’s regulatory approval system needs changes if we really want to restore Canadian confidence.
We explain how Canadian LNG exports could drive economic growth in Canada and help lower global greenhouse gas emissions.
Paul Barnes of CAPP discusses how increasing regulatory costs could endanger investment in Canadian offshore oil and natural gas.
Highlights from the Global Petroleum Show interview on a range of issues arising from CAPP’s 2018 crude oil forecast.
CAPP executive vice-president Terry Abel explains how Canada’s oil and natural gas industry can—and should—grow while addressing the global issue of climate change.
We explain why new pipelines and competitive policies are needed to transport growing Canadian oil production.
Policies to reduce GHGs must take into account carbon leakage to be effective explains CAPP’s Director of Climate, Patrick McDonald.