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.
Radio documentarian coming to document anti-pipeline activists and claiming “trammelling on Indigenous rights” cries wolf when turned away at Canadian border.
The majority of First Nations in the area support the Trans Mountain pipeline and the benefits that it brings to the region.
- 120 of the 129 First Nations communities that could potentially be affected by pipeline construction either support or do not oppose the project.
- Trans Mountain has so far signed 58 benefits agreements with First Nations communities in the area worth over $500 million dollars
- Groups like Project Reconciliation want to buy stakes in Trans Mountain to distribute its benefits to other First Nations communities as well.
Here are some stories that get it right, or mostly right.
Contrary to the news or public opinion, fossil fuels are not going away. Natural Gas is the bridge to climate change nirvana
Natural Gas demand is growing worldwide. While many countries, including Canada are looking at a potential ‘green recovery’, natural gas will be a part of driving a powered future. With new proposed LNG projects, Canada can leverage our cleaner LNG and help drive down global emissions in places like India and China.