energy regulation

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Federal government continues its energy policy follies

Government investments in biofuels around the world have actually hurt the environment.

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U.S. states more attractive to energy investment than Canadian provinces including Alberta

Investment in the oil and gas sector fell from $76 billion in 2014 to $29 billion in 2022.

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TMX pipeline demonstrates dire need for regulatory reform

The project's estimated cost has ballooned from $5.4 billion to almost $31 billion.

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Ottawa turns blind eye to obvious benefits of natural gas exportation

Generating returns to investors and shareholders in energy companies is a good thing.

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Ottawa gambling on electric with taxpayer money

Metal and mineral commodities are just as prone to boom-bust cycles as fossil fuels.

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Texas remains much more attractive than Alberta in eyes of energy investors

Almost three-quarters of respondents said the cost of regulatory compliance was a deterrent to investment in the province.

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Canada must come back down to ‘energy’ reality

Canadian governments have worked to keep oil and gas resources locked in the ground.

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Canada and U.S. must make policy U-turns to mitigate recession

The federal government should undo regulations that impede large infrastructure projects including pipelines.

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Ottawa steering Canada toward European-style energy crisis

Like Germany, Ottawa has mandated the phase-out of conventional coal-fired electricity generation.