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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?

Proposed Haisla Nation LNG project starts environmental review

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

PODCAST: How oil and natural gas helps drive Canadian manufacturing

David MacLean of Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters discusses how the oil and gas supply chain supports manufacturing jobs across the country.

Regulators recommend approval of Frontier oil sands mine

Joint review panel finds proposed project by Teck is in the public interest

Canada’s Shrinking Supply Chain

Less spending in Canada’s oil sands means fewer jobs for every province in Canada

Trans Mountain approval paves way for Canada

Decision on pipeline project means Canadian oil will finally gain access to growing overseas markets and compete on world stage.

Declining investment in Canada’s oil sands

Lack of pipelines have driven down investment in Canada’s oil sands even as investment grows elsewhere.

Time to put Canada on the global energy stage

CAPP releases its federal energy platform outlining opportunities to ensure strong, responsible Canadian oil and natural gas industry.

PODCAST: Why Bill C-69 needs to change

An interview with CAPP’s Patrick McDonald on the proposed law to overhaul Canada’s regulatory review process and why the current proposal could kill investment in Canada.