The company behind the Keystone XL pipeline has asked the U.S. State Department to suspend its permit application.
Forecasting oil prices is fraught with difficulty, so it's imperative that the government use the most reliable and up-to-date estimates available.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found no evidence that hydraulic fracturing led to widespread, systemic impacts on drinking water resources.
The percentage of recycled water used in hydraulic fracturing is growing.
B.C.’s LNG industry has the potential to supply 11 to 20 per cent of the Asia-Pacific LNG market by 2020.
Ontario can offer some painful examples of what can happen when you abandon coal for renewables.
If safety is really the number one concern, then the best option is to just build pipelines rather than tinker with regulations governing the oil by rail industry.
The Council managed to cobble together a very scary scenario. However, in doing so, they committed errors of omission and commission that render their report essentially meaningless.
The Energy East pipeline project should be the biggest “no-brainer” pipeline of all those proposed across Canada.
Alberta’s environmental performance, much like any other Canadian province, has been one of continuing environmental improvement.
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