Crystal Smith of the Haisla First Nation discusses how LNG and pipeline investments have helped reduce poverty, remove barriers and preserve traditional culture among the Haisla and their neighbours.
What if you could turn man-made CO2 from something that causes global warming into useful products like concrete, bioplastics or vodka?
Hosts Tonya Zelinsky and Tracy Larsson discuss favourite podcasts from 2019 and what’s ahead for 2020.
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.
A panel discussion on the role Canadian natural gas and electricity can play in lowering global greenhouse gas emissions through innovation and displacement of coal.
Stuart Pinks, outgoing CEO of the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board discusses opportunities for offshore oil and natural gas.
National Coalition of Chiefs president Dale Swampy says reserves need more jobs from responsible energy development and fewer fly-by celebrities.
David MacLean of Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters discusses how the oil and gas supply chain supports manufacturing jobs across the country.
Scientist Arvind Ravikumar discusses a competition to develop methane detection innovations and how it could help Canada become an oil and gas cleantech leader.
Energy researcher Jackie Forrest says there’s a strong business case for Canadian oil and natural gas if we can get the word out on our environmental record, and get access to new, growing markets.