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PODCAST: What growing global energy demand means for Canada

Energy Examined chats with Krista Nelson about the latest energy forecast from the International Energy Agency, which predicts energy demand will rise 1% a year to 2040.

Infographic to highlight that not only is oil and gas industry not subsidized, it uses the lowest amount of tax deductions vs taxes paid compared with the other four largest industries in Canada.
Does Canada’s oil and natural gas industry pay its fair share?

Of Canada’s five largest industries, oil and natural gas claims the fewest deductions compared to taxes paid.

Quiz: Greenhouse gas emissions and Canadian oil and gas

How much do you know about greenhouse gas emissions, climate action and Canada’s oil and natural gas industry? Take our 10-question quiz to find out.

Petroleum in Real Life: LEGO

Everything is awesome with these durable plastic building blocks providing generations of kids (and adults) endless hours of joy, creativity.

XPRIZE Update: Turning carbon emissions into Vodka

The NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE’s newest finalist should help liven up the after-party while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

VIDEO: An Indigenous Stake in Energy

Steve Paikin of TVO and a panel of experts discuss Indigenous ownership of Trans Mountain and how oil and natural gas can be a path to economic reconciliation.

Cenovus Energy produces billionth barrel of bitumen

Milestone a signpost of oil sands innovation, economic impact and commitment to sustainable development

PODCAST: Why offshore oil and natural gas has a future in Nova Scotia

Stuart Pinks, outgoing CEO of the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board discusses opportunities for offshore oil and natural gas.

Canada is an oil and natural gas environmental innovation leader

Oil and natural gas needed even as we move toward a lower-carbon future: Canada leads the way in hydrocarbon environmental innovation

IEA World Energy Outlook: 5 things you should know

The International Energy Agency projects global energy demand to increase as world grows and economic development reduces poverty.