Media Review: Energy use is increasing in developing countries and Canada can fill that demand while taking care of the environment.

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.

 


News Headline:

Oil and gas production forecast to rise despite lower energy use per person: CER

The Facts:

Energy use is increasing in developing countries and Canada can fill that demand while taking care of the environment.

The Canadian Energy Regulator recently released its future outlook report and found that Canada’s oil and gas production will be increasing past the year 2040 to a predicted 7.1MMb/d from 4.8MMb/d. While hydrocarbon opponents keep pushing the line that the oil and gas industry is dying, Trudeau’s own government shows that it is clearly wrong.

Even at worst-case scenario predictions from private sector analysts, oil and gas production in Canada still increases significantly. 

Here are some reasons why Canada’s oil and gas industry will be the number one choice:

These projected increases in Canadian production are great news for an industry that has seen its fair share of roadblocks.

 


News Headline: 

Carbon taxes are necessary – but they’re not the only tool in the box

The Facts:

By exporting Canada’s natural resource advantage, we can fight emissions without carbon taxes.

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