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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.

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.

Canada election: Liberals win minority government

Oil and natural gas industry commits to working with federal minority government on energy, prosperity and opportunities for Indigenous communities.

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.

Shouldn’t the world’s oil come from an environmental leader?

The world needs energy. Shouldn’t it come from a nation that leads in terms of environment, social progress and regulatory quality?

Quiz: Marine safety in Canada

How much do you know about oil tankers and marine safety in Canada? Take our quiz to find out.

Proposed Haisla Nation LNG project starts environmental review

If approved, the proposed floating LNG terminal in Kitimat, B.C., would start operations in 2025.

Oil majors adapting to climate change imperatives: Moody’s

Companies are developing new products and technologies to optimize energy usage and reduce their carbon footprint.

New pipeline project seeks to succeed where Energy East failed

A new transcontinental pipeline project similar to the defunct Energy East project is in its formative stages.