Courtney Levesque-Thomas discusses a recent report showing growing involvement of Indigenous workers, businesses and communities in natural gas and oil.
Demand could double from 2020 to 2040, presenting an opportunity for responsibly produced Canadian LNG.
When diesel generators for remote communities count as ‘subsidies,’ it’s worth taking a closer look.
Perry Berkenpas of the Oil Sands Community Alliance discusses industry’s approach to helping build strong communities through social investments, Indigenous partnerships and a true spirit of collaboration.
Federal government announces support to enable Indigenous participation in natural gas and oil projects, leading to sustainable community prosperity.
It’s a lower carbon future with natural gas and oil continuing to provide vital energy security to billions.
A Harvard study confirms oil and gas companies are leaders in cleantech innovation—and that’s not greenwashing, it’s a verifiable fact.
Oil and natural gas production is a key driver of economic prosperity but enabling growth will take collaboration and government action in key areas.
The province is the number two producer of oil in Canada; the industry supports more than 30,000 jobs.
Project Reconciliation would use revenue from Trans Mountain pipeline equity to build long-term stability and fund other energy transition and infrastructure projects.