Anti-oil and gas activists don’t care if the oil and gas industry invests the most in clean technology to produce reliable and sustainable energy. They will not be satisfied until they kill it.

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas stories and providing research and facts to counter misinformation about the oil and gas industry.


News Headline:

Knowledge for an Ecologically Sustainable Future?: Innovation Policy and Alberta Universities

A biased report written by an anti-oil and gas professor criticizes investment into research into oil and gas development and providing reliable energy, even if the investments are meant to reduce emissions.

The Facts:

Anti-oil and gas activists don’t care if the oil and gas industry invests the most in clean technology to produce reliable and sustainable energy. They will not be satisfied until they kill it.


Here are some stories that get it right, or mostly right.


Canadian indigenous group to invest up to C$1 billion in Keystone oil pipeline

Canadian Indigenous company Natural Law Energy will invest up to C$1 in the Keystone XL oil pipeline, despite U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s promise to stop the project. Many Indigenous communities rely on natural resource extraction to support their communities and fight on-reserve poverty. “It sends a strong message to the U.S. government that this is not a project that indigenous people uniformly oppose,” said Ken Coates, public policy professor at University of Saskatchewan. Indigenous companies are looking at other investments in pipeline projects like Trans Mountain, signaling a growing shift in participation with the natural resource industry.

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