This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.
Why are we letting radical activists bring Canada to its knees when there is overwhelming support for Coastal GasLink and Trans Mountain?
- There is overwhelming support for Coastal GasLink and Trans Mountain except for a few small groups of activists with anti-Canadian hydrocarbon agendas.
- As activists hold up Canadian lives, they also set back the economic reconciliation and benefits that the overwhelming majority of Indigenous people in the region would like to see from the project.
Globe 2020 conference discusses energy transition, while protests rage over pipelines.
As the world’s energy needs increase, Canada’s hydrocarbons need to be part of the solution.
- With the continued investment of Canadian hydrocarbon producers in clean technology to the tune of over $1 billion a year, the oil and gas industry is putting its front foot forward in tackling emissions.
- Companies like Baytex Energy are committed to dramatic reductions in emissions so that Canada can continue to provide sustainable energy to the world.
Here are some stories that get it right, or mostly right
Posthaste: Note to natural gas skeptics — it played a major role in curbing global carbon emissions last year
Canadian LNG can play a massive role in reducing global emissions.
- Though emissions stabilized globally in 2019, the increase in demand saw in developing countries saw their emissions rise, with 80% of the increase from Asia.
- Regions with heavy emissions like Asia are looking at Canada to supply LNG to reduce their carbon footprint.
Now that Quebec is signing supply deals with producers in Alberta, they should look at also developing natural gas resources within their province. Questerre Energy is a leader in researching zero-emissions technology to extract natural gas in Quebec.