Fraser Institute News Release: Pipelines key to raising living standards in remote, poor Indigenous communities

A large number of small, remote and fairly poor First Nations in British Columbia and Alberta support pipelines because they stand to gain substantially from them, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. ‚ÄúPipelines can be economic lifelines for many…

Canada’s energy future to be propelled by technological innovation

Over the past decade, uncertainty has been constant in Canada’s oil and gas industry, brought on in part by unknown investment outlooks, lack of market access, and a complex regulatory process. According to PwC Canada’s 2019 Energy Visions report, there are two main factors that could catalyze change for the oil and…

Clear Seas Launches New Web Page to Provide the Facts and Facilitate Dialogue on Canada’s Liquefied Natural Gas Industry

In the contentious and often polarized debate around energy issues, Canadians now have a new online tool to get the facts about liquefied natural gas (LNG), a fuel that is set to become the second leading energy source worldwide by 2040. Clear Seas Centre for Responsible Marine Shipping, known for…