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Oil and Natural Gas 101: What is ESG — and why does it matter?

Canadian oil and natural gas companies have an opportunity to showcase leading ESG performance and be part of responsible investing solutions.

Canada: The World’s Best LNG

Canadian liquefied natural gas could lead the way to decreasing global greenhouse gas emissions.

What’s the goal of non-Indigenous groups behind #ShutDownCanada?

Many non-Indigenous protesters appear to be appropriating an Indigenous issue for their own self-serving purposes.

Liquefied Natural Gas: An opportunity for Canada and the World

Canada has the resources and knowledge to become a LNG leader—reducing global greenhouse gas emissions while building prosperity at home.

Commentary: Canadian LNG can lower global emissions

We must get Canadian energy to global markets, reducing greenhouse gases while creating prosperity here at home.

What is Article 6, and why does it matter to Canada?

This key chapter to the Paris Agreement could encourage international collaboration on greenhouse gas emissions reductions and help Canada meet its reduction targets.

Premiers support need for increased LNG exports to Asia

Once opposed to the idea that Canadian LNG can help reduce global emissions, B.C.’s premier now supports more LNG exports

Shipping B.C. renewable power to Asia, sort of

Electrified LNG could allow Asian customers to use Canadian natural gas with fewer emissions than competitors, while benefiting B.C.’s independent power producers.

B.C. supports building LNG ship-refuelling facility

Facility would be first on West Coast, helping refuel growing numbers of LNG-powered ships while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

Myth: LNG would prevent Canada meeting its Paris commitments

We bust the belief that a thriving LNG industry on Canada’s West Coast would be bad for the environment. It’s just not true.