This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.
BREAKING: Tzeporah Berman is back, but this time she’s comparing weapons of mass destruction to the power of hydrocarbons to improve the lives of everyone.
- Berman was awarded $2 Million from an American environmental group, the Climate Breakthrough Project, to develop a strategic approach to limit new oil and gas development globally, which we now know will be this non-proliferation treaty.
- Limiting hydrocarbon development flies in the face of human development and will jeopardize developing countries’ abilities to improve their quality of life.
More details needed before Ottawa makes contentious decision on proposed Frontier oil sands mine in Alberta
Liberal Environment boss continues to stall approval of Teck’s progressive Frontier Mine.
- Teck has already been deemed ‘in the public interest’ by the joint-review panel and will provide economic benefits to the region, mostly comprised of First Nations.
- The mine will be at the forefront of emissions technology by producing hydrocarbons with lower emissions than the national and American average.