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.
The tug of war over what to call it doesn’t change the fact that it’s home to Canada’s largest oil discovery and a vital resource.
How oil sands leaders are setting out to create low-GHG oil as good or better than the U.S. average.
Less spending in Canada’s oil sands means fewer jobs for every province in Canada
Oil sands producers work to minimize their land footprint and to reclaim all lands that are disturbed.
Context: Energy Examined goes in-depth on critical energy issues with experts in the know. On May 15, we chat with Mark Pinney on Canada’s LNG opportunity.
Developing technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the oil sands takes time, but like developing players for the NHL, perseverance produces results.
Regulatory overhaul could shift review of energy projects away from those with the greatest expertise.
Local companies in every province supply goods and services to the oil sands—creating jobs, growth and economic opportunity in local communities.