Global energy security should be a national imperative

Canada can become a major supplier of natural gas to allies and trading partners in Asia and Europe

Global energy security should be a national imperativeYou could call Canadian natural gas the global energy security solution that’s waiting to happen. It’s entirely within Canada’s grasp to elevate natural gas production and export, assist our allies and trading partners, and help stabilize global energy markets – all without compromising emissions reduction goals. Until recently, a constrained North American energy market with…

The emergence of fusion energy

The emergence of fusion energyEpisode 22 in our DECARBONIZATION series discusses the emergence of fusion for energy, its implications for decarbonization of energy, and the ramifications for transforming the world's ever-growing appetite for energy. The series was produced by KEI Network in partnership with Troy Media. We welcome your comments below.  Panel Rob Norris serves as a special…

Woodfibre LNG ‘essentially assured to go ahead’

Enbridge investment builds on momentum following April milestone of notice to proceed

Woodfibre LNG ‘essentially assured to go ahead’The outlook for Canada’s extra-low emissions Woodfibre LNG project just got even stronger. A new $1.5 billion investment by Enbridge builds on momentum following the April milestone of notice to proceed being issued to the project’s main contractor. “Woodfibre is now essentially assured to go ahead with the recent announcement,” says Thomas Liles, vice-president with…

OPEC, IEA offer different projections on crude consumption

Two contrasting scenarios are emerging

OPEC, IEA offer different projections on crude consumptionCrude pundits are divided – literally on geopolitical lines, depicting the fault lines within the industry. Two contrasting scenarios are emerging. On one end is the demand gloom, while on the other is the possibility of a rise in global crude consumption. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is saying a fall in global…

Indigenous access to capital could be a game changer

... for the Canadian economy

Indigenous access to capital could be a game changerMost Indigenous peoples and nations are not opposed to resource development. In fact, almost every Indigenous community is involved at some level in forestry, commercial fishing, agriculture, oil and gas or mining already. What we are opposed to is being left out. For over a century, resources were extracted from our territories without our say…

Revitalization of nuclear energy – Part 2

Revitalization of nuclear energy – Part 2Episode 21 in our DECARBONIZATION series is the second of three episodes revealing Canada's involvement in nuclear energy and the global forces and sources of change that are contributing to its revitalization. The series was produced by KEI Network in partnership with Troy Media. We welcome your comments below.  Panel Dr. Robert Walker is…

Oil Sands Divestment campaign won’t reduce global emissions

Activists like to trumpet the narrative that the world is rapidly transitioning away from fossil fuels, but the reality is different

Oil Sands Divestment campaign won’t reduce global emissionsAn activist group called Oil Sands Divestment is trying to convince the British Columbia Investment Management Corp. (BCI) to get out of fossil fuels by the end of this year. The campaign says oil and gas is not a sound investment and that projects are increasingly “stranded assets.” Neither is true. Amid what the International…

Europe is counting on natural gas from Canada

But building LNG infrastructure like long-haul pipelines in Canada is "challenging"

Europe is counting on natural gas from CanadaCanada’s potential to supply natural gas to Europe as liquefied natural gas (LNG) has gone from an afterthought to a critical part of the discussion on how to replace gas from Russia, according to analysts with Norway-based Rystad Energy. European countries are facing emergency measures to reduce energy use to ensure enough natural gas is…

Busting myths about the Trans Mountain expansion

Disinformation continues to shadow this critical infrastructure project

Busting myths about the Trans Mountain expansionThis summer marks peak construction for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project, with more than 13,500 people working on the project across Alberta and B.C. False narratives continue to shadow this critical infrastructure project. Here’s a look at four central myths that get repeated and why they are wrong. Myth: Trans Mountain expansion isn’t needed.…
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