This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.
Craig: Leaving Canada’s oil in the ground doesn’t only hurt the economy — it hurts the environment, too
Canadian hydrocarbons are a solution to climate change.
- Canada has the highest environmental, social and governance rating of the major oil-producing countries.
- Raising costs in the oil and gas sector shifts production to other countries with less environmental standards, increasing global emissions.
Politicians ignore public, push their knavish agendas to block TMX
- The B.C. Government in another hypocritical move wants to keep oil and gas flowing to their province despite opposing a major pipeline. Their decisions have forced Canadians to seek fuels south of the border instead.
- Despite their government’s attempt to block Trans Mountain, a majority of British Columbians support the project.
There’s only one choice if you support Canadian energy.
- There is only one party that supports exporting our resources and environmental advantages to help reduce global emissions.
- By fully supporting pipelines, this party is supporting the needs of Indigenous people to take ownership of energy projects.
Stop misleading children on the positive impacts of Canadian hydrocarbons.
- Alarmist activists like Suzuki have made their living on spreading misinformation about hydrocarbons and how they have positively impacted Canadians and the world, for their foreign donors.
- In Canada alone, conversion to hydrocarbon powered electricity reduces emissions by 4.4 million tonnes per power plant.
‘The Kids Are Not Alright’
- Instead of proposing effective solutions, climate alarmism is causing high rates of mental illness within children, adversely affecting their quality of life.
- While the climate is changing, in New York where the UN Climate summit was held, the historical trends for days above 90’F show varying statistics. The historical average is 15 days a year. In 2014 there were 8. In 2010 there were 37.