Heavy, light, synthetic – each type of crude oil serves a particular market, and each fetches a different price.
In the wake of the Keystone XL pipeline cancellation, Gary Mar of the Canada West Foundation discusses the next chapter of Canada – U.S. relations on natural gas and oil.
New report says pipeline constraints and lost opportunities have cost Canadians billions and hurt investor confidence.
KXL is aligned with climate and Indigenous prosperity goals, despite apparent opposition from incoming Biden Administration.
A recent activist report claims this new Canadian pipeline unnecessary but ignores the central reason for constructing TMX.
While pandemic and economic crisis take toll on global energy markets, IEA projects opportunity for Canadian oil and natural gas.
Future development and diversification includes plans for low-emissions hydrogen production and plastics recycling.
Heavy oil and light oil are different products; neither is superior and both are produced in Canada and yield an array of necessary refined products to growing markets.
Some environmental groups say LNG is worse for the environment than coal. Here are the facts.