No matter what Greta says, oil and natural gas demand will still increase and Canada is the best suited to develop them

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


News Headline:

Greta Thunberg pushes Canada, Norway, on climate before UN Security Council vote.

(Thunberg criticizes Canada and Norway because they still produce oil and gas)

The Facts:

No matter what Greta says, oil and natural gas demand will still increase and Canada is the best suited to develop them.


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


Germany’s rising energy prices are a cautionary tale for Canada

There is a conversation happening in Canada right now about what our energy mix will be. Dan McTeague, President of Canadian’s for Affordable Energy writes that Canada’s politicians need to cautious before they chart a course into ‘green’ recovery schemes. Germans and Ontarians for that matter have gotten slaughtered by drastically increased energy prices. This year alone, Germans will have to pay an additional $29 billion USD on-top of their regular rates. If we’re going to have this ‘Green’ recovery conversation, we can’t ignore the costs that will be associated with it.


Norway is providing even more relief to its oil and gas industry. Canada’s oil companies however, still haven’t seen a dime of the support they were promised by the federal government. It’s now been 75+ days since they were told there would be support.

Send a letter to your MP telling them to support Canadian oil and gas now!

https://www.strongandproud.ca/supportcanadianenergy

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