Canada has the resources and knowledge to become a LNG leader—reducing global greenhouse gas emissions while building prosperity at home.
We must get Canadian energy to global markets, reducing greenhouse gases while creating prosperity here at home.
As we close out 2019, let’s reflect on 50 facts you may not have known about Canada’s oil and natural gas industry:
Once opposed to the idea that Canadian LNG can help reduce global emissions, B.C.’s premier now supports more LNG exports
Alberta government initiative aims to combat foreign-funded campaigns and misinformation targeting Alberta’s oil and natural gas industry.
The International Energy Agency projects global energy demand to increase as world grows and economic development reduces poverty.
Electrified LNG could allow Asian customers to use Canadian natural gas with fewer emissions than competitors, while benefiting B.C.’s independent power producers.
Facility would be first on West Coast, helping refuel growing numbers of LNG-powered ships while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Oil and natural gas industry commits to working with federal minority government on energy, prosperity and opportunities for Indigenous communities.