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The changing global energy mix: IEA 2020

Rising global energy demand to 2040 means all forms of energy needed.

Industry works with Indigenous peoples toward shared prosperity

From procurement opportunities for Indigenous businesses to support for UNDRIP, Canada’s oil and gas industry is committed to engaging with Indigenous peoples.

Owning Our Future: Clayton Blood

A perspective on oil and natural gas development from Clayton Blood, General Manager, Kainaiwa Resources.

Is Canada still open for business?

Capital investment in Canada’s oil and natural gas industry has plummeted over the past four years.

The economic contribution of Canadian oil and natural gas

Abundant oil and natural gas resources drive big numbers in terms of revenue, GDP and jobs in Canada.

Innovation trends in oil and natural gas: Cécile Siewe

Cécile Siewe, director general of CanmetENERGY Devon. Photo by Jason Franson.

Innovation Trends in Canadian Oil and Gas: Steven Bryant

University of Calgary Canada Excellence Research Chair discusses the use of nanoparticles and non-carbon energy carriers as trends to maximize production with fewer environmental impacts.

Latest data shows major offshore resource potential

Independent resource assessment adds even more oil and natural gas to Newfoundland and Labardor’s offshore resource potential.

Innovation Trends in Canadian Oil and Gas: Peter Tertzakian

Economist, energy consultant and author discusses disruptive innovations transforming oil and gas for the future

We can grow production and meet climate commitments

CAPP executive vice-president Terry Abel explains how Canada’s oil and natural gas industry can—and should—grow while addressing the global issue of climate change.