This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.
Almost 250 Canadian professors sign letter of support for Extinction Rebellion’s battle against the climate crisis.
Why are we giving Extinction Rebellion radicals a platform when the industry is making a difference in reducing environmental problems?
- Extinction Rebellion’s antics have put on a good show but their demands, like zero-emissions by 2025 are unrealistic.https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47947775
- With developing countries continuing to improve their quality of life, they will be relying on hydrocarbons to power their lives. That’s why the oil and gas industry continually invests in technologies dedicated to lowering their environmental impact.https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/daily-quotidien/181214/dq181214d-eng.htm
The Government needs to stop using Teck as a political football. Jobs and economic opportunities are at stake.
- The Indigenous communities in the area support the Frontier mine as means for economic revitalization and opportunity.
- Teck will be using state of the art emissions technology to reduce its environmental impact, while providing invaluable energy resources to the world.
CBC recently released an article detailing the shift of young professionals out of Calgary.
The Canadian Energy Executive Association is hosting a conference on Friday, February 7th to bring together young professionals and energy executives to discuss how to attract Millennials and Generation Z to a changing industry and keep young workers in Calgary.